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Planning a large convention or an intimate meeting? No sweat. As a must-visit vacation destination, PEI is a meeting planner’s dream come true, with high attendance from delegates that make an extended stay out of their trip.

Charlottetown’s host hotels, conference venues, and caterers will ensure every last detail of your meeting is taken care of. Make it a hassle-free experience by engaging with Meetings & Conventions PEI. Their professional team will help create a memorable meeting for your delegates. Best of all, their services are complimentary!

Host a meeting on PEI and experience all that the Mighty Island has to offer your delegates.

Contact the experts at Meetings & Conventions Prince Edward Island to help.

www.PEIMC.com | 855.368.3688

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