Register for the NASS 2011 Summer Conference in Daniels, WV
Registration is now open for the NASS 2011 Summer Conference from July 10-13, 2011 in Daniels, West Virginia at the Resort at Glade Springs. Click here for conference information and to register online! To make room reservations call 877-540-3650 (Mon.- Sat.) and mention NASS. The NASS room rate is $159 per night. Deadline for the NASS early conference rate for registration and hotel reservations is Thursday, June 2, 2011. Visit the registration website for summer conference details, including agenda, hotel information, family/spouse activities, exhibitor info and more! Check the website often for agenda updates. When making transportation plans, we encourage you to either drive or fly to Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston, WV. Yeager is serviced by most major airlines and has a non-stop service from Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Detroit, Washington DC, New York and several other cities. We will be offering limited shuttle service from Yeager Airport to Glade Springs and are negotiating a discounted car rental rate. Filed under: Conferences
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