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Meeting Sites Waterside Dining in Las Olas Florida’s East Coast Essential Tool Box JACKSONVILLE Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center, 78,500 sf of dedicated space, with 22 meeting rooms. DAYTONA BEACH Ocean Center Convention & Entertainment Complex, 60,000 sf of dedicated space, with 18 meeting rooms. FORT LAUDERDALE Greater Fort Lauderdale / Broward County Convention Center, 199,526 sf of dedicated space, with 32 meeting rooms. GREATER MIAMI Miami Convention Center / James L. Knight International Center, 28,000 sf of dedicated space, with 37 meeting rooms; Miami Beach Convention Center, 502,848 sf of dedicated space, with 82 meeting rooms; Coconut Grove Expo Center, 150,000 sf of dedicated space, with five meeting rooms. PALM BEACH COUNTY Palm Beach County Convention Center, 350,000 sf of total space with 23 meeting rooms; South Florida Expo Center, 150,000 sf of total space. For complete listings, visit Facility Quick Search at STILL BOOMING is East Florida’s meetings infrastructure. Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach are building long-awaited convention center hotels, and Daytona Beach is tripling the size of its convention center. Luxury hotel and condo/hotel properties with names like St. Regis, Trump, Regent, and W are popping up in the region faster than sunburns on South Beach, and every major resort now has a spa or is in the process of adding one. By Edward Schmidt Jr. 108 FEBRUARY 2008 SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Successful Meetings - February 2008

Successful Meetings - February 2008
Editor's Note
Trade Shows
On the Record
Planner's Spotlight
Websites of the Month
Technology Talk
Personal Success
Food & Beverage
On Site
Tools of the Trade
The Rainbow Connection
The CVB in Your Backyard
Welcome to the Webolution
The Rail Deal
Spas with a Sense of Place
Places & Spaces
Mystic, CT.
Hong Kong
Florida’s East Coast
Atlantic City
Maui, Kauai, & Lanai

Successful Meetings - February 2008