Convention Pricing

Core Convention Pricing

 

This year the core convention encompasses three nights and two days, during which you’ll find all our usual elements, such as the business meeting, professional development sessions, Marketplace, Awards Lunch, 60th Anniversary Gala, and Chapter/Council meetings. All tours take place after the core meeting and are sold a la carte — gently priced to cover only transportation and meal costs not covered by our hosts.

On/Before Monday, August 3 at 12:00 midnight EDT:

  • Active $225
  • Associate $385
  • Alumni $445
  • Spouse $485

After August 3, 2015 at 12:00 midnight EDT, prices will increase by $150 per delegate. Absolutely no refunds after September 1, 2015.

 

Night on the Strip:

  • Active $15
  • Associate $25
  • Alumni $30
  • Spouse $30

Dinner on the Strip (No Show):

  • Active $15
  • Associate $25
  • Alumni $30
  • Spouse $30

Pre-, Post-, Half Day, and Full Day Tours before, during, and after the convention are priced separately. Please see “Tours” for pricing.

All personal costs as described underTerms and Conditions are not included.

Gratuities for the Monday Night Dine Around and Wednesday Night on the Strip are not Included.

 

What is included in the convention package?

Delegates (including registered spouses) receive transportation to and from McCarran Airport, all meals (Sunday evening through Tuesday evening), all professional development sessions, Marketplace, Awards Lunch, 60th Anniversary Gala, Chapter/Council meetings, opening reception on Sunday and the closing night event on Thursday. The “Night on the Strip” on Wednesday evening is priced separately.

What is NOT included in the convention package?

Flights, hotel accommodations, half- and full-day tours, pre/post tours and meals (except as noted) Wednesday-Friday, October 7-9, and Wednesday’s Night on the Strip.  All personal costs as described under Terms and Conditions, including minibar, are not included.

 

Please see FAQs for more information on payment methods and cancellation fees.

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