Small Market Meetings

APR 2017

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www.smallmarketmeetings.com 32 Carolinas Meeting Guide S u n s e t B e a c h , N o r t h C a r o l i n a Sunset Beach, North Carolina Just across the state line from Myrtle Beach, Sunset Beach in North Carolina is home to 180 holes and seven courses. Three of those, each of which has 18 holes, are located at the Sea Trail Resort, where guests can choose from 300 suites and vacation rentals and where groups will find the area's largest meeting venue. The full-service Sea Trail Convention Center has 40,000 square feet of meeting space, the largest of which is the flexible, 10,000-square-foot Carolina Ballroom. The center also features smaller flexible breakout rooms, the Carolina Promenade and Gallery for vendor booths or registration, and an outdoor piazza overlook- ing the 18th holes of the Rees Jones and Willard Byrd golf courses, as well as an event garden and a gazebo. In the Jones/Byrd Clubhouse, a 4,500-square-foot ballroom can be split into three smaller spaces and opens onto a 5,000-square-foot patio. Thistle Golf Club boasts 27 holes and a clubhouse designed to mimic a traditional rambling 1800s Scottish clubhouse. Groups can hold events on the private lawn or in the clubhouse's pub, boardroom or dining hall, which accommodates up to 120 guests. www.visitsunsetbeachnc.com Courtesy Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday Grande Dunes sits on the Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach. NOT YOUR ORDINARY MEETING EXPERIENCE. From five attendees to a hundred thousand, we'll put your meeting in the Winner's Circle. Our 28 hotels add up to over 2,800 rooms. Here, you'll fi nd world-class venues, convention space and services fi t for champions. Contact Selah Havard at 704-456-7970 or Selah@VisitCabarrus.com © 2016 Cabarrus County, NC and ® 2016 Stewart-Haas Racing

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