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2013 Winter Meetings - General Info

GENERAL INFORMATION

About Florida

On March 3, 1845, Florida became the 27th state of the United States. Nicknamed "The Sunshine State" due to its favorable climate, Florida is home to more than 19 million residents, making it the third largest state in population. The state's history is extensive, with its "founding" dating back to 1513 when Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León first spotted what today is Florida. Disney selected Orlando over several other sites for an updated version of its Disneyland Park in California. In 1971, the Magic Kingdom, the first component of the resort, opened and became Florida's best known attraction. The Orlando area became an international resort and convention destination with a wide variety of themed parks including Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld, and Wet 'n Wild. For Disney and discount tickets, visit www.mydisneymeetings.com/mileba13/.

Attire

Business casual attire is appropriate for the Baseball Winter Meetings and the Baseball Trade Show. Business attire is suggested for job seekers attending the PBEO Job Fair, especially for interviews. A presentable and professional appearance is recommended at all times. Refer to individual event tickets for specific attire recommendations.

Weather

For average December temperatures in the greater Orlando area, please refer to your favorite weather forecast and plan accordingly. In past years, the average temperatures this time of year has been a high of 73 F and a low of 53 F.

Upcoming Baseball Winter Meetings Sites

Hilton San Diego Bayfront
San Diego, Calif.
December 8-11, 2014

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Nashville, Tenn.
December 7-10, 2015

Photo: Courtesy of Visit Orlando

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