Here is where you can register as an attendee. You can also register your guest, and sign up for a variety of optional activities, including the Merit Award and Prayer Service breakfasts, the fun run and walk event, and the annual golf outing. REGISTER NOW AS A CONVENTION ATTENDEE >>
Here is where you can register for an exhibit booth at the 118th Annual Convention. You can register your staff members with your booth registration or you will have the opportunity to add them later. Already have a booth and need to add a staff member registration? Locate your booth confirmation email and follow the steps provided. If you need your confirmation email resent, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION EXHIBITORS: Please review the Union Jurisdiction Information for the Washington State Convention Center before registering for your booth. REGISTER NOW FOR A BOOTH AT CONVENTION >>
Here is where you register if you’re looking to earn credit for the Strategic Business Management module or need a qualifying event for PFMM certification maintenance. Attendance is required in all PFMM sessions and will be tracked by scanning the barcode on delegate’s name badges. Registration to NAMIC’s 118th Annual Convention is also required. REGISTER NOW FOR PFMM COURSES AT CONVENTION >>
Here is where you register if you’re interested in participating virtually in several sessions at the Annual Convention. If an individual from your organization is already registered for the upcoming Annual Convention, the registration price is discounted for those participating virtually. REGISTER NOW FOR VIRTUAL SESSIONS AT CONVENTION >>
We have recently discovered that a group claiming to be the “Convention Housing Bureau” (or a similar name) has contacted registered and/or regular attendees of the NAMIC Annual Convention claiming the ability to secure room reservations at the official NAMIC hotels in Seattle in September at a discounted rate. Please be aware that these companies are not authorized to represent NAMIC, and cannot secure rooms within the group room block. Unfortunately, this problem is becoming more prevalent among convention groups and is now commonly known in the field as “poaching” convention attendees. Read More >>
Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2012 2:36:53 PM. Modified: Friday, September 20, 2013 6:30:27 PM.
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