- December 11, 2013
- December 10, 2013
- December 9, 2013
Pre-registration to the Capitol Conference is complimentary for all attendees*. Registration includes all NAA committee meetings, Capitol Hill Issues Briefing, Advocacy Education Sessions, the Welcome Reception and the Capitol Steps performance. The Government Affairs Roundtable Luncheon is a ticketed event.
*Please note there is a $50 fee for all registrations after March 7, 2013
Government Affairs Roundtable Luncheon: $75 (onsite: $100)
Please note the increased fees for registration after March 7, 2013
NAAPAC/Better Government Fund Event: $200 (spouse/partner: $125)
If there is a balance due, full payment is due and required onsite to participate in the conference events. If the attendee is a “no show” and not a legitimate cancellation, full payment is required and will be invoiced until full payment is received.
All substitutions and name changes must be received in writing by March 1, 2013 and are subject to a $25 administrative fee. A letter from the original registrant must be accompanied by the substitution request. After March 1, all changes must be processed onsite and are subject to the $25 administrative fee.
Full payment will be reimbursed until February 8, 2013. Cancellations must be received in writing prior to February 8.
Meeting Confirmation and Materials
Confirmations will be sent to attendees via e-mail. All conference materials will be distributed onsite.
NAA complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. To accommodate any special needs, please include your request with your registration form. We request that Special Needs requests be made by February 8, 2013 to allow adequate time to accommodate the request.
Business attire is appropriate for the joint Board of Directors and Assembly of Delegates meeting as well as the Lobby Day on Capitol Hill. Business casual can be worn for all other meetings. In March, Washington, D.C. has an average high temperature of 55 degrees with an average low of 33 degrees; we recommend that you bring a coat for outside activities.
Please contact Diane Bombard, Manager of Meetings & Expositions at 703/797-0621.
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