NACM's 122nd CREDIT CONGRESS and EXPO: JUNE 10-13, 2018: PHOENIX, AZ

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NACM's 122nd CREDIT CONGRESS and EXPO: JUNE 10-13, 2018: PHOENIX, AZ


Share with us the eclectic mix of urban energy and striking desert landscapes in Phoenix. Bask in its golden rays as NACM hosts its 122nd Credit Congress & Expo, June 10-13, 2018.

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME ...

Join NACM Tuesday, June 12 at Chase Field to celebrate America's pastime in the desert. The

Arizona Diamondbacks host the Pittsburgh Pirates for a three-game series starting Monday. There are two ticket options available that can be purchased through the Credit Congress website. The first option features all-you-can-eat seats down the left field line. The second ticket option will put you in the lower level behind the dugouts. First pitch is expected at 6:40pm local time.

2018 CREDIT CONGRESS HOUSING INFORMATION

Make your reservation as early as possible to ensure you receive a room at our Credit Congress rate. The conference rate is subject to availability. When making your reservation, be sure to state that you are with the NACM Credit Congress group and also ask about the Deposit and cancellation policies.

BLOCK FULL

Hyatt Regency Phoenix

Sheraton Grand Phoenix $169 a night--single/double occupancy room, plus applicable taxes

866-837-4213

Visit the Credit Congress hotel web page to access our Special housing reservation link. Identify yourself as part of the 2018 Annual Credit Congress to secure the conference rate.

Our special conference room rates are valid through May 18th based on availability.

Facilities Usage Fee We urge you to make your hotel reservation at our conference hotels in order for NACM to maximize its meeting space, room block and help keep negotiated room as low as possible. If we do not occupy a sufficient amount of guest rooms throughout the conference, we will incur penalties and additional costs. Therefore, we urge all meeting participants to stay in the host hotels. Consequently, guests not staying at Hyatt Regency Phoenix or the Sheraton Grand Phoenix during the conference will be charged a Facilities Usage Fee, a flat fee of $250, to offset penalties and fees: Please note: If your residential address is in Phoenix, you are Exempt from the Facilities Usage Fee stated above. …

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