The 139th NGAUS General Conference and Exhibition is fast approaching and it is time to start making arrangements for our Mississippi Delegation to attend 7-10 September 2017. Travel days are Tuesday, 5 September 2017 and Wednesday, 6 September 2017.
Our hotel is the Louisville Marriott Downtown; we have 100 rooms blocked. Room deposit is $100.00. The actual cost of the hotel room is $131.00 per night (tax and fees not included).
Registration fee for the conference is $180 per person. This fee covers, exhibit hall access, business sessions, hospitality night, CG/WO Mixer, spouse’s luncheon, Warrant Officer Luncheon and Caucus, coffee breaks, Governor’s Reception and States Dinner. Most other activities are at an additional cost.
The Golf Tournament is Thursday, 7 September 2017. The tournament will be played at Persimmon Ridge Golf Club. Registration fee is $125.00 per person.
The Fun Run is Friday, 8 September 2017. The run will be at the Louisville Waterfront Park with a registration fee of $15.00 per person.
The Spouses Lunch is Sunday, 9 September 2017 at the Galt House Hotel.
NGAUS has agreed to pay most of the cost for the Retirees Luncheon. However, a $5 fee per life member is required. Please include this with your other deposits to reserve a ticket. All retirees are encouraged to attend.
Registration is available to you at www.ngams.org under “Events Tab”; “National Conference”; “Register as an Individual” to complete registration, room deposit and other events, or you can complete the enclosed form and return to NGAMS, Attention: Greg Taylor, P. O. Box 627, Jackson, MS 39205-0627, or email to email@example.com. Please complete your registration as quickly as possible, BUT NOT LATER THAN 1 JULY 2017. Even if you are designated as an Official Delegate, you must submit a room deposit by this date to guarantee your room. More information on delegates will be published at a later date.
If you have questions, or need assistance, contact Greg Taylor at 601-354-7555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
C. Allen McDaniel II