Meet AC, Atlantic City’s Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, and Spectra, the venue management company for the Atlantic City Convention Center and Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall, announced as of Friday, June 4, both facilities will operate at 100%. Atlantic City is thrilled all indoor gathering limits, specific to meetings, conventions and events has been lifted. This will allow us to continue to move our destination forward, while growing the meetings and conventions market, ” stated Meet AC’s President and CEO, Larry Sieg. “Our clients are ready to get back to business and we look forward to their return to Atlantic City.”
“Receiving the all clear to fully reopen our destination and state is tremendous news, especially on the heels of a holiday weekend and our unofficial kick-off to summer. We look forward to seeing Atlantic City become vibrant with visitors again, ” added CRDA Executive Director, Matt Doherty. Import Expo, which will take place on Sunday, June 13 will be the first event to return to the Atlantic City Convention Center since March 2020. This event will have approximately 800 cars on display and an estimated 2,000 attendees with an economic impact of $140,000.
“We are excited to welcome back live events responsibly, and to demonstrate how we have been preparing our facilities’ over the course of the last year, ” said Spectra’s Jim McDonald, General Manager of the Atlantic City Convention Center and Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall. “We look forward to greeting guests and visitors alike, and are confident that their experience here will be better than ever.”
For additional information on current guidelines and how to plan your next meeting or convention in Atlantic City, please visit www.meetac.com.