May 24 is National Conference early registration deadline
Originally published May 20, 2013
The early registration discount for the APPA National Conference will end after Friday, May 24. Attendees who register on or before May 24 will save $50 off their conference registration fee.
Those who are attending pre-conference seminars can also save $50 off the price of each seminar they register for on or before May 24. Seminars will be offered on Saturday, June 15, and Sunday, June 16, and cover a range of topics for utility managers, board members and policymakers, including strategic planning, overviews of the utility industry or utility financial operations, board governance responsibilities and more.
The deadline for registering for the Public Power Day of Giving has also been extended to May 24. Learn more about this year’s projects and sign up at theDay of Giving web page.
The 2013 APPA National Conference will be held June 16-19 in Nashville, Tenn. The National Conference is APPA's premier annual event, designed for utility executives, directors and managers; utility policymakers, including elected and appointed board members, mayors, and city council members; and industry partners, including suppliers, vendors and consultants.
For complete conference program information and to register, visitwww.publicpower.org/NationalConference.
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