Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Ave., Anaheim, CA 92803
(714) 765-8888 Fax: (714) 991-8963
At 1. 6 million square feet of total space, the Anaheim Convention Center is the largest con-
vention center on the West Coast.
Contact: Susanne M. Tunney
100 Light Street, 12th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202
Baltimore has spent years creating the perfect city for conventions. And nearly everything is
“just two feet away” from the spacious Baltimore Convention Center and the famed Inner Harbor. Great restaurants, world-class attractions and museums, outstanding sports venues and
8,500 hotel rooms ( 5,500 committable) are part of the city’s compact, convenient “convention
community.” Neighborhoods — from the cultural hub of Mount Vernon to historic Federal
Hill and Fell’s Point to kitschy Hampden — are great places for your attendees to discover Baltimore. For a site visit or
more information, call Visit Baltimore at (800) 343-3468 or go to www.baltimore.org.
Greater Birmingham Convention & Visitors
Contact: Michael Gunn, CMP
2200 9th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL
(800) 458-8085 Fax: (205) 458-8086
If diversity were a place, it could be Birmingham. People who visit here get a taste of that
variety — in entertainment, cuisine, the arts, nightlife — that brings them back time and again. The Birmingham-Shuttlesworth
International Airport, just seven minutes from downtown, handles more than 100 flights daily, transporting delegates to Birmingham’s 15,000 guest rooms. The city’s largest meeting facility is the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC), with 220,000
square feet of exhibition space. Today’s social scene is the picture of diversity as well, with folks of all backgrounds enjoying a city
known for its world-class dining and music. A $70 million Westin Hotel and 45,000-square-foot entertainment district currently are
under construction adjacent to the BJCC and the 757-room Sheraton Birmingham Hotel. The new hotel and entertainment district
are on schedule to open next year.