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As Seen in...Orlando

CS+TSE '23 attendees were treated to a venue tour around Orlando, FL.

There’s nothing like starting the week at Catersource + The Special Event with a tour of prominent and unique venues in the destination of the year: Orlando. Over the course of the afternoon, attendees checked out four spots: USTA National Campus, The MEZZ, Regal Winter Park Village, and ICON Park.

USTA National Campus: The official home of the United States Tennis Association. Nearly 100 rentable tennis courts, four pickleball courts, and four padel (a racket sport similar to tennis that’s rising in popularity) courts, hosting everything from large tournaments to corporate events to small outings—as long as events include a racket sport component. Catering is provided by local award-winning Orlando caterer, Puff 'n Stuff Events & Catering.

The MEZZ: 7,000-square-foot space located in a high-rise in Eola Square. Features floor-to-ceiling windows, modern art decor, state-of-the-art audio-visual systems, and customizable LED lighting. Bonus VIP Room. Catering provided by local award-winning Orlando caterer, Puff 'n Stuff Events & Catering.

Regal Winter Park Village: During times when theaters are unoccupied, why not rent out the space as an event venue? With auditorium seating and a massive screen, meetings and presentations become a much more immersive and entertaining experience.

ICON Park: Over 40 bars, attractions, shops, and venues, including the lawn and the sky lounge, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life, and Museum of Illusions. Known for The Wheel, a 400-foot-tall observation Ferris wheel (which attendees had the chance to ride—a fantastic way to see the city of Orlando from above). Venue buyouts available.

Enjoy this photo gallery for a peek inside the Venue Tour!

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