Meet in Sunny Fort Lauderdale

By Sponsored Content, May 17, 2017

Meet in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. A dynamic destination awaits, where warmth and beauty, awe-inspiring venues and an array of experiences result in memorable events at a luxury beach hotel, destination resort or the 600,000 sq-ft. Broward County Convention Center.

Connectivity

Located in the heart of the city, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport offers convenience with over 700 daily nonstop flights to and from more than 60 domestic/international destinations. With a massive expansion project underway, and more gates, modern amenities and a new terminal, it’s never been easier to get here.

Sunny Spaces

Whether cultural and creative or simple and subtle, choose from a variety of intriguing locations that will open eyes and minds. From horse racing at Gulfstream Park, or gambling at one of our many gaming facilities, to art facilities and more; your delegates are bound to be awed.

Blue Wave Strategy

Nothing creates motivation, releases stress and encourages better communication and focus than a dose of sun and water views. An afternoon cruise along the Intracoastal. A friendly game of beach volleyball. Tropical skies, warm weather and fresh air are a natural for team building and play.

Step up to a fresh perspective. Meetings shine brighter here, and so will you.

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