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AUG 2018

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ 2 0 1 8 / 2 0 1 9 M E E T I N G S I T E S G U I D E w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 10 Alabama The Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center 241 S College St. Auburn (36830) Phone: (334) 821-8200 Toll Free: (800) 228-2876 Fax: (334) 826-8755 Contact: Hans van der Reijden, Managing Dir. Todd Scholl, Dir. of Sales/Mktg. E-Mail: todd.scholl@auhcc.com Website: www.auhcc.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ hotelatauburn Twitter: @hotelatauburn Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/ hotelatauburn LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/ hotelatauburn Total Sq. Ft: 15,000 On Site: 54 holes of championship golf, - trails along with lots of green space. 3 on-site restaurants. New spa. Comments: Convenient to Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport centrally located in the Southeast. 129 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including 15 suites with balconies complemented by holes of Robert Trent Jones Golf at Grand National. SEE AD ON THIS PAGE The Clarion Inn & Suites 1577 S College St. Auburn (36830) Phone: (334) 821-7001 Fax: (334) 821-7008 Guest Rooms: 119 /Suites: 8 Mtg. Rms: 8 /Sq. Ft. Lgst. Rm: 5,670 Cap. Mtg: 800 /Cap. Bnqt: 500 Total Sq. Ft: 10,000 Auburn Marriott Opelika Hotel & Conference Center at Grand National 3700 Robert Trent Jones Trail Opelika (36801) Phone: (334) 737-2232 Toll Free: (877) 563-4301 Fax: (334) 741-9733 Contact: Brooke Kastner, Dir. of Sales/Mktg. Mary Anne Kinnucan, Sales Mgr. E-Mail: brooke.kastner@marriott grandnational.com Website: www.marriottgrandnational.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ marriottgrandnational Guest Rooms: 221 /Suites: 19 Mtg. Rms: 12 /Sq. Ft. Lgst. Rm: 4,700 Cap. Mtg: 520 /Cap. Bnqt: 380 Phone: (334) 887-8747 Toll Free: (866) 880-8747 Fax: (334) 821-5500 Contact: John Wild, President Cindy Pugh, Sales Mgr. E-Mail: johnwild@aotourism.com Website: www.aotourism.com/meet Facebook: www.facebook.com/ auburnopelika Twitter: @auburnopelika LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/ auburn-opelika-tourism-bureau Instagram: www.instagram.com/ auburnopelika Metro Area Rooms: 2,750 Largest Room Block: 1,600 City Population: 60,000 Area Population: 121,000 Services: Our staff is here to make your meeting a success. Planning, RFP coordination, reference materials, tote - agement are just some of the services our experienced professionals will provide to help make your business a pleasure! Comments: Home of Auburn University, world-class golf along the Robert Trent taste, we're the perfect choice for a relaxing getaway or your company's next annual conference. SEE ADS ON PAGES 10 & 11 Anniston Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce CVB P. O. Box 1087 (36202) 1330 Quintand Ave. (36201) Phone: (256) 237-3536 Fax: (256) 237-0126 Metro Area Rooms: 1,917 Largest Room Block: 240 City Population: 26,926 Area Population: 125,800 Auburn/Opelika Auburn-Opelika Tourism Bureau 714 E Glenn Ave. Auburn (36830) Experience great meetings with Four Diamond service at a 2017 Marriott Hotel of the Year. The Auburn Marriott Opelika Hotel at Grand National's existing guest rooms have been completely renovated and an additional 93 rooms have been added, with a new spa set to open in fall 2018. The only Four Diamond hotel on the Plains, the Auburn/Opelika Marriott features 15,000 square feet of interior event space options for your meetings plus world- class RTJ golf, tennis, pickleball, social venues and multiple pools. Choose Auburn/Opelika for your next great meeting. To learn more, call 334.737.2232 or visit MarriottGrandNational.com AUBURN MARRIOTT OPELIKA HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER AT GRAND NATIONAL 3700 ROBERT TRENT JONES TRAIL, OPELIKA, AL 36801 MARRIOTTGRANDNATIONAL.COM F O U R D I A M O N D S A N D G R O W I N G . © 2018 Marriott International, Inc.

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