Georgia International Convention Center

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The Georgia International Convention Center or GICC, opened in April 2003, is the second largest convention center in the U.S. state of Georgia: second only to the Georgia World Congress Center. It is located at 2000 Convention Center Concourse, just off Camp Creek Parkway (S.R. 6) and Roosevelt Highway (U.S. 29) in College Park. The Convention Center is serviced by the College Park MARTA station, Interstate 285 and Interstate 85.

Currently, behind the Convention Center, the new Atlanta Airport people-mover called ATL Skytrain, connects Airport patrons with the new rental car complex, four hotel accommodations, restaurants at the Gateway Center of the Georgia International Convention Center.

It has a number of exhibit halls, meeting rooms and ballrooms that can be rented.

Previous location[edit]

Prior to 2003, the Georgia International Convention Center was located behind and connected with the Sheraton Gateway Hotel Atlanta Airport (Riverdale Road). However, because of runway expansion at the airport, they acquired the land which forced the move.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Georgia International Convention Center Officially Open.". PR Newswire. Retrieved September 26, 2010. 

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Coordinates: 33°38′42″N 84°27′24″W / 33.64500°N 84.45667°W / 33.64500; -84.45667