NARI's Annual Conference Postponed
Dear NARI Members,
It has become necessary to postpone our upcoming 2023 annual conference in Las Vegas until this fall. Unfortunate timing has led to excessive flight costs, and challenges for many of our members to attend. The rescheduled annual conference will take place at the same location and we are working to secure actual dates now. We will announce the new dates as soon as possible to help you plan your trip.
While we will miss seeing you all in March, we look forward to a much larger group of our members attending in the fall. The extra time will allow us to create a more robust schedule of events geared to both our members and our Chapter leaders.
NARI staff will reach out to registrants to process full refunds of all registration fees.
Naturally, we regret any inconvenience this decision may cause for our members and attendees. We are confident that our fall event will create an unforgettable experience for you!
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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I look forward to seeing you soon,
Chris Egner, MCR, CKBR, CRPM, UDCP, CCP
Questions and Answers
Q: I registered for the conference? Can I get a refund?
Yes, NARI staff will reach out to registrants to process full refunds of all registration fees.
Q: How do I cancel my hotel reservation?
Hotel policy is that individuals who made their own hotel reservation are responsible for cancelling their hotel room since a financial transaction is involved. If you made a hotel reservation in NARI's room block, (via the link provided in the confirmation letter), you can go to our conference reservations link
and adjust or cancel the reservation.
If anyone has issues, please send the details to email@example.com
and we will reply to help you.
Q: How do I get a refund for my airline ticket?
If you booked a plane ticket, please work directly with the airline to understand their policy on changing/cancelling your flight. Most airlines are very accommodating and will credit your account for a future reservation.