IPEC Las Vegas Offers 10 Percent Commission on Destination Weddings

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IPEC Las Vegas has announced it will offer 10 percent commission to travel agents who book destination weddings at the new freestanding conference center, which is located five minutes from McCarran International Airport and the Las Vegas Strip

The wedding venue offers a 5,000-square-foot entryway punctuated by dual curving staircases and a soaring, 29-foot-tall ceiling with white and gold décor, as well as a 10,000 square foot ballroom that can accommodate up to 720 guests for a reception or 450 for a seated dinner. 

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IPEC offers 49 guestrooms exclusively to clients who book the facility. Of these, 46 guestrooms include two queen-sized beds, a bathroom, desk and sitting area. Two one-bedroom accommodations have a master bath, living room and wet bar, while one four-bedroom accommodation offers three baths, a living room, dining room and kitchen—perfect for a bridal suite.

Onsite services available include 2 large, customizable LED screens, including one 22-foot-high screen in the foyer and one 22-foot-wide screen in the south lobby; state-of-the-art audio/visual, wireless and production services; an expansive registration area; business center services; 24/7 security; onsite parking for 200 vehicles and a 2,500-square-foot kitchen. Preferred caterers, including Masterpiece Cuisine, Cut and Taste and B with a Twist, offer customized food and beverage services 24 hours a day, ranging from the rehearsal dinner, to a five-course seated dinner to brunch the morning after.

Visit www.IPECLV.com

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