RE: STC Conference in 2004

Subject: RE: STC Conference in 2004
From: "Lou Martindale" <lou -at- pdma -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2003 13:44:30 -0500

Excuse the delay in posting this information. I am on the digest version.

I just got this information today from the Tieline, which is the Society
leaders newsletter.

2004 Conference fee for members: $495 Non-members $650 Student/Retired:

Hotels range from $149 - 179 single/double room per night

The five official conference hotels are the Hyatt Regency Baltimore, the
Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel, the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel,
the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, and the Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor
Hotel. All are located in Baltimore's Inner Harbor area and are within easy
walking distance of the Baltimore Convention Center, where the conference
will be held.

Add in airfare, luncheons, award banquet, etc. to come up with a total cost.

Hope this helps everyone get their conference expenses included in the
coming year budget.


God bless America,
Lou Martindale
Technical Writer
PdMA Corporation
lou -at- pdma -dot- com
813-621-6463 Ext. 126

-----Original Message-----
From: Rich de Vecchis [mailto:Rich -dot- deVecchis -at- qaedge -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 4:35 PM
Subject: STC Conference in 2004

Does anyone know how much the annual STC conference usually costs for
(It's not listed on the website for next year's conference).




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