National Conference Center in East Windsor Won 2014 Pinnacle Award

  • National Conference Center in East Windsor Won 2014 Pinnacle Award

    POSTED September 22, 2014
The National Conference Center at the Holiday Inn East Windsor received the 2014 Pinnacle Award from the Successful Meetings magazine, one of only three recipients in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region to do so.
Awards are given based on an evaluation of the conference center’s work servicing meetings, the quality of incentive travel programs, trade shows and conventions during the previous year.
"We pride ourselves on providing excellent service, world-class facilities and unmatched value," said Tara DiBianca, director of the National Conference Center. "This recognition that we've reached our goals and won the acclaim of our clients and peers means the world to us."
For over 29 years, the Pinnacle Award has earned a reputation as a credible and prestigious symbol of excellence among meeting professionals and travel suppliers alike. Readers of Successful Meetings, who are meeting, event and conference professionals, voted for the awards via online ballots and gave feedback based on their professional experiences.
The National Conference Center at the Holiday Inn East Windsor is located midway between New York City and Philadelphia, right off of NJ Turnpike Exit 8. The venue features 13 meeting and conference rooms including an executive boardroom, a tiered auditorium, an amphitheater for high-impact presentations and the Windsor Ballroom for polished events. A professional support staff, audiovisual department and a full range of office services are available.​

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