Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J., added one more factor to its offerings—their conference center has officially opened its doors.

Boasting the latest in audio-visual technology, attendees will be able to wirelessly connect laptops and other devices simultaneously, while sharing screens with each other and even with colleagues in remote locations.

Other features include higher resolution capabilities, high-capacity Wi-Fi, electrical and Telecom connectivity and architectural LED lighting on dimmers with programmable pre-sets. 

There are twelve breakout rooms and an Atlantic Ballroom. Four sets of walls divide the main conference hall into five spaces and provide with an adaptable floor plan made for a variety of uses. With the new conference center, Resorts now has 24 meeting and function rooms with more than 64,000 square feet of usable space.

“Resorts Casino Hotel is dedicated to ensuring that our leisure and business travelers are always offered the best that Atlantic City has to offer,” says Morris Bailey, owner, Resorts. “We are committed to continuing to reinvest in the property and to offer the finest in meeting space, lodging, gaming, dining and entertainment.”

 

Earlier this month, The Dayton’s Project unveiled the first of several installations in the Dayton’s skyways. The whole development is on schedule to open this spring and will include retail shopping and direct access to the food hall on the lower level.  

 

CWT was recently awarded a $450,000 grant by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, one of only six Minnesota companies selected this year.

The grant comes from the Job Creation Fund, which targets companies that are creating high-paying jobs in the state, while making the needed capital investments to support that growth. CWT is aiming to recruit 75 people over the next three years. It’s currently renovating its leased spaces at 701 Carlson Parkway to make way for the new hires.

 

The Minnesota State Fair is essentially a red carpet event for Minnesotans. That is, if red carpet events include food that is either fried, on a stick, or both. To celebrate the great love that Minnesotans have for their state, Radisson Blu Mall of America is offering state fair-themed meetings.