DENVER, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- A two-square-block hospitality village
will arise west of Denver's Union Station during the Democratic National
Convention in August, providing what may currently be the last best place
still available for close-in meeting and event space within blocks of
convention headquarters at the Pepsi Center. MorEvents, of Englewood, has
secured the space directly west of Denver's Union Station, between 17th and
18th Streets. The global event planning company will erect The Green, a
pavilion of clear-span structures that include numerous 40' X 40'
hospitality chalets clients may reserve for the entire week and two
major-event venues designed to accommodate from 200 to 1,500 guests. The
Green also includes an exhibition area for 32 exhibitors as well as a
common networking center and Internet caf� with open patio, bar and snack
service, and plasma televisions broadcasting live coverage of the
convention. MorEvents is also offering hotel rooms during the convention.
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"More than 2,000 special events are already scheduled during the DNC
and serviceable event space in close proximity to the convention itself is
already at a premium," said Gareth Heyman of MorEvents. "The Green, just
three blocks from the Pepsi Center, will enable its clients to do
everything from hosting a meal to sponsoring a crowd-drawing entertainment
act or offering guests a place to relax and refresh for their next event.
Whatever the details, we can customize the event and handle them all."
The Green's target audiences include corporations, law firms,
associations, lobbying organizations and the news media. Corporate
sponsorship and branding opportunities are also available to enable
participants to showcase their products and corporate identity to attendees
as well as a national convention audience.
The Green's convenient location is only 100 yards from Light Rail, RTD
busses and the 16th Street Mall Shuttle. "Most attendees will be housed in
seven regional areas around Denver, only one of which is downtown Denver,"
Heyman said. "The reality is that once guests leave their hotels early in
the morning, they aren't likely to return until late at night. The Green
offers clients a perfect atmosphere and central location to conduct
business between events or relax and socialize in their hospitality chalets
to prepare for evening activities."
Heyman also explained that The Green will reflect MorEvents' and its
clients' desire to share in a project that is environmentally friendly --
in keeping with Denver and the DNC committee's commitment to staging a
"green" convention in the Mile High City.
MorEvents, http://www.morevents.com, with US headquarters in Englewood
and European headquarters in Brussels, is a multiple GSA contract holder
for federal government events. It has been involved in 14 Olympics, four
World Cup Soccer Tournaments, as well as other major world events.