Atlantic City Sees Strong Q1 Meetings Business

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Large-format, in-person meetings and events have returned to Atlantic City. Meet AC reports that more than 230,000 room nights for meetings, conventions, events and motorcoaches were booked in 2021. The DMO anticipates over 23,211 room nights and more than $40 million in future delegate spending in the months to come.

“We are seeing great pent-up demand for live business and consumer events this year with a robust schedule of meetings, conventions and sporting events already lined up for Q1,” says Meet AC’s President and CEO, Larry Sieg. “Not only will Atlantic City see boosted economic impact through this healthy tourism influx, but the destination will also enjoy the rise of new hotel, retail and attractions including the highly anticipated Island Waterpark at Showboat Hotel, which will be the largest indoor beachfront waterpark in the world.”

Following is a list of upcoming conventions and conferences taking place in Atlantic City in Q1:

NJ Music Educators Association 2022 State Conference

Feb. 24-26

Projected: 2,000 attendees, 561 room nights, $943,000 in economic impact

Tri State Camp Conference
March 14-16

Projected: 3,800 attendees, 2,005 room nights, $2.6 million in economic impact

2022 Impressions Expo
March 24-26

Projected: 7,000 attendees, 2,182 room nights, $3.9 million in economic impact

Mary Kay 2022
March 25-28

Projected: 2,500 attendees, 497 room nights, $1.1 million in economic impact

Click here to explore Meet AC’s Planner Resources.

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