South Towne Exposition Center. (Utah: Salt Lake City).
Having just hosted the ultimate meeting, Salt Lake City is primed for great numbers. Salt Lake's Olympic O·lym·pic
Of or relating to the Olympic Games.
of the Olympic Games
Adj. 1. Olympic - of or relating to the Olympic Games; "Olympic winners"
2. experience opens up the possibilities for planners, as a massive influx of hotel rooms to house sports spectators makes Salt Lake a bargain.
Salt Lake's convention business tripled when the new Salt Palace Convention Center opened in 1996, and since then demand for extra space has skyrocketed. To accommodate the boom in business, a 114,000-square-foot addition to the convention center opened in October 2000, bringing the Salt Palace's totals to 370,000 square feet of exhibit space and 53 meeting rooms, including a 45,000-square-foot ballroom
A ballroom is a large room inside a building, the designated purpose of which is holding formal dances called balls. .
The new South Towne Exposition exposition or exhibition, term frequently applied to an organized public fair or display of industrial and artistic productions, designed usually to promote trade and to reflect cultural progress. Center opened in December 2000, adding an additional 243,000 square feet of exhibit space and 15,000 square feet of meeting-room space to Salt Lake's convention package. The Exposition Center is linked to the Salt Palace on a $312 million light-rail system called TRAX, with complimentary service between these two state-of-the-art facilities and nearby convention hotels.
Salt Lake's hotel-room inventory has increased 63 percent since 1994 to more than 17,500 rooms in 2002. And every major convention hotel has been recently remodeled in preparation for the Olympics Olympics Sports medicine An international competition among (traditionally) nonprofessional athletes trained in a particular summer or winter sport, which is held every 4 yrs in a selected city. See Paralympics, Special Olympics, World Medical Games. , with the Hilton Salt Lake City Center (formerly the Salt Lake Doubletree dou·ble·tree
A crossbar on a wagon or carriage to which two whiffletrees are attached for harnessing two animals abreast.
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