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The UNC Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center At Meadowmont, Chapel Hill, NC
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The Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center At Meadowmont is part of UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School. Located to the east of Chapel Hill, it features superb conferencing facilities and a combination of new and old buildings set in a wooded location only twenty minutes drive from RDU Airport.

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