|Reminder To Exhibitors: DEADLINE DATES|
Please register for a booth by Monday, December 1, 2014 in order to receive the EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!
EXHIBITOR PRESENTATION OUTLINE for the Vendor Education Sessions (formerly known as the Round Robin Sessions) are due ASAP! We requested a due date of February 9th, however, we need them sooner to develop a matrix and submit to OCPO for state approved Training Units.
Bag and Name Badge Holder Sponsorshipsare due by December 15, 2014!
Conference Program Booklet Advertisements are due
by February 9, 2015!
These are excellent ways to maximize your presence and display your company name/logo at our conference!
This year's conference will be bigger and better for everyone!
Click on the Exhibitor's Registration Packet below to:
- View the Exhibitor Map to see what booths are available
- View the Exhibitor Invitation
- Register for a booth online
- View information and important updates just for Exhibitors
The Crowne Plaza DIA Convention Center is conveniently located close to restaurants, hotels, airport and other points of interest but without the problems of downtown parking and traffic. The new location will accommodate ALL Exhibitors in one hall with an adjacent Dining Area for breakfast, lunches and banquet. The Dining Area is easily accessible and close to Exhibitors. The Break area will be located in the back of the Exhibit Hall with tables in the surrounding area for attendees enjoyment.
The new Vendor Education Sessions (replacing the Round Robin Sessions) will provide Exhibitors with persons who are particularly interested in their products and services for 12 of the 24 sessions. The remaining 12 sessions will be the attendees choice. The presentations will be 16 - 17 minutes in length with a 3 minute transition time for attendees to visit the next booth on their list.
In order to be successful with these restructured sessions we are requesting early registration. Training Units will be approved based upon the topic the Exhibitor submits to us on the Exhibitor's Presentation Outline, due in our office by February 9, 2015 or earlier if possible.
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Monitoring & Sampling Workshop
Bulldog Restraints - Pressure Reducing Valves
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TRAINING REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT POLICY
- Acceptable payment types: Check, credit card: Visa, MasterCard or Discover
- Invoicing is available with Purchase Orders only.
- Onsite (walk-in) registrations requires an additional fee of:
Members $20.00 and Non Members $40.00.
- CRWA reserves the right to cancel seminars due to low registration.
-Cancellation requests up to one week (calendar days) prior to training/seminar will be assessed a $10.00 Administration Fee.
- No refunds allowed less than seven (calendar days) prior to seminar date.
- CRWA will provide one original Certificate.
- Additional training certificates requested will be charged the following fee:
USPS $10.00 or Email $5.00.