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AEG’s new advantage

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Venue management company AEG Facilities is launching an international awareness campaign targeting convention decision makers.

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Convention venue management firm AEG Facilities launches new global campaign

Photo: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, managed by AEG Facilities

AEG Facilities manages convention centres in Los Angeles, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Kuala Lumpur, Oman, and in Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin, Australia.

The campaign, the “AEG Advantage” was announced by AEG Facilities senior vice president of Convention Centers (Los Angeles), Brad Gessner and AEG Ogden director of convention centres (Sydney) Geoff Donaghy.

“All our venues offer global expertise with a unique experience of local culture and service, and we celebrate the cultural diversity, individuality and character of each destination within our world-class network,” said Gessner.

Donaghy says that culinary excellence is also a big factor in their success.

“It is also about our outstanding cuisine and five-star chefs who source local produce to capture the flavours of each destination,” said Donaghy. “And it’s about sharing knowledge and regional expertise across our global network to continually deliver world-class standards.

“Our extraordinary teams offer local knowledge, vast industry experience and attention to detail to ensure a unique experience specific to the destination and one that convention delegates remember for a long time.”

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