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DELEGATE REGISTRATION

Delegates by invitation only

Delegates will have the opportunity to meet with and talk to Washington insiders! Meet and network with members of Congress and your fellow business leaders. Discuss critical issues such as the economy, healthcare, small business, workforce, foreign trade and military affairs.

All Delegates and Guests Must Be Registered
(Limited to first 75 registrants)
Delegate is responsible for airfare and hotel accommodations.

HOTEL INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE CHAMBER AFTER EVENT REGISTRATION
For details contact the Chamber at 954.462.6000 
or contact Kristy Favata at 954.462.5380 or kristy@ftlchamber.com

Check-In

To Be Determined

Transportation

The Chamber will be providing motor coaches for most of the events (see attached agenda). It is important that you arrive fifteen minutes prior to the scheduled departure. Motor coaches will leave promptly at the scheduled time.

If you are taking a later flight, you will be responsible for getting to the Delegate Welcome Reception.

Materials

We will provide name tags and folios that will include your schedule, bios of speakers, tour information and a white paper documenting business issues in South Florida. Your materials will also include the names and contact information of all delegates.

Meals

Most receptions will include heavy hors d’oeuvres and beverages, unless otherwise noted.

In the event you want to make dinner reservations, we suggest you do that as soon as possible as restaurants are normally booked ahead. We have included a recommended list of restaurants in locations near our meetings.

Dress

Business attire is appropriate for all events. As we may be outside for some of the events, please be prepared for chilly temperatures! It is also suggested you have appropriate rain gear.

Security

For Security Purposes, all delegates must wear name tags for entrance to all events.

Most of the events will require that you pass through a security test – please refrain from bringing any items that would cause disruption such as pocketknives, nail clippers, and personal weaponry. Additionally, we suggest two forms of identification, which can include government issued ID with photo, passport, and social security card.