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‘Meeting professionals can count on
Orlando to take the lead in providing
experiential meetings that combine
opportunities — for groups of all sizes
— in unique locations unlike anywhere
else. Year a;er year, as Orlando grows
and evolves, we’re continuing to
innovate by o;ering an endless supply
of new and exciting experiences.’ Who Knew?
If Chicago’s 1,454-foot-tall Sears Tower was placed on
its side, it would ;it lengthwise inside the OCCC’s West
Building’s contiguous exhibition space.
Disney Springs — Take a ride in a vintage Amphicar
at The BOATHOUSE at the new Disney Springs, which
now has more than 150 outdoor dining, shopping, and
I;Drive 360 — Soar 400 feet above the convention
district on the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye, then rub elbows
with celebrities like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé at Madame
Mango’s Tropical Café — This eclectic two-story supper
club puts on a one-of-a-kind Latin-themed dinner show
and has an amazing collection of original artwork.
Orange County Convention Center (OCCC)
• 2. 1 million square feet of total exhibition space
• 480,000 square feet of ;lexible function space
• Two 92,000-square-foot general-assembly areas
• 74 meeting rooms with 235 breakout options
• 120,000 guest rooms among 463 hotels across the
• 42 hotels and 16,000-plus hotel rooms within a two-mile
radius of the OCCC
• 150 total meeting hotels and 38 convention hotels
• 81 domestic and 53 international nonstop daily ;lights
at Orlando International Airport (MCO), 11 miles from
Visit Orlando — Fred Shea, Senior Vice President of Sales
and Services; (407) 354;5547; firstname.lastname@example.org;
Orlando continues to evolve with signi;icant expansions and new
developments across the destination that include innovative
new meeting spaces, celebrity-chef dining, and new attractions.
Recently named one of the “Most Dynamic Cities in America” by
Worth magazine and “Best Foodie City” by WalletHub, it’s no
wonder that Cvent has named Orlando a top meeting destination
three years in a row.
Unlimited entertainment Orlando has seven of the world’s top theme parks and
more than 100 unique venues suitable for groups, like Universal City Walk, one of ;ive
dining and entertainment complexes near the Orange County Convention Center.
President and CEO,