American Planning Association
North Carolina Chapter
2018 Annual Conference
September 11 – 14
2018 Annual Conference
Early Bird Registration Ends August 24, 2018!
We are excited about the upcoming 2018 North Carolina Planning Conference in Winston-Salem! Attendees will have the opportunity to experience the city and the surrounding area with the sessions, tours, and activities that have been planned. Winston-Salem will also provide the perfect setting to inspire participants and empower them with fresh ideas to take back to their communities.
The conference is scheduled to take place September 11 – 14 at the newly renovated M.C. Benton Convention Center in the heart of the Twin City Quarter Complex. This year’s conference theme is Community, Connectivity and Change. The Conference will feature concurrent sessions, lightning rounds, networking opportunities, vendor displays, and mobile tours of Winston-Salem and the surrounding area! The Conference will kick-off with an opening reception Wednesday night and will wrap-up Friday morning. So please join us for what promises to be a dynamic, informative and fun conference.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION RATE ENDS 8/24/18
After August 24, 2018, conference tickets will only be available for full price.
—–> Visit this link to register for the APA-NC Annual Conference in Winston-Salem.
NEW! Conference Agenda Now Available for Download!
2018 Annual Conference Agenda (7.18.18)
Conference Site and Hotel Reservations – DISCOUNT Ended 8/13/18
The discounted block of rooms for conference attendees is sold out at the Marriott Winston-Salem and the adjacent Embassy Suites. All Reservations for these hotels should be made directly with the hotels.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Your organization is invited to help support the conference as an exhibitor or sponsor. For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting please contact Kara Louise, Conference Manager, at email@example.com.
Winston-Salem Attractions and Information
For more information on the M.C. Benton Convention Center and the Twin City Quarter Complex please visit www.twincityquarter.com.
To check out information on local attractions, entertainment and dining venues in Winston-Salem, www.visitwinstonsalem.com.
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