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30-Year Tradition Continues in Atlantic City

Tom Halligan
Posted on July 22, 2015
The new $126 million Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center opens next month.

The new $126 million Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center opens next month.

The new $126 million Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center opens next month.
The new $126 million Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center opens next month.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The $126 million Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center will celebrate its grand opening next month, and will be the new venue of the annual LCT-NLA Show East, held Nov. 8-10.

The 100,000-square-foot center — the largest between Boston and Baltimore — is adjacent to the Harrah’s Resort hotel casino in the upscale Marina District, and the only East Coast industry show being held under one roof.This year’s show lineup features more networking and social opportunities for attendees due to the easy access to the hotel, casino, conference center, and numerous entertainment and dining venues.

The NLA Show Committee went all out his year and crafted a lineup of educational sessions and keynote speakers that will provide operators with information, tips, strategies, best practices and first-hand peer-to-peer insight that operators can immediately apply to improve their operations and bottom line.

Registration is now open, and for more information on sessions and events, click here

Related Topics: Harrah's, LCT-NLA Show East, meetings and conventions

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