Date: January 20, 2016 to January 24, 2016

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We’re going back to Vegas, baby!

Join us at the South Point Hotel and Casino, January 21-23 for the 2016 SCCA National Convention. This year’s convention is made up of three key components, the Annual Meeting and Welcome Party, the SCCA Leadership Summit and the Hall of Fame Ceremony and Banquet. Below there is a description of each, along with registration and travel information.

Registration is open, so sign up soon to avoid the registration late fee ($75) that takes effect on December 18th! The Standard Registration fee is $325. Additional Hall of Fame tickets are $100.

Convention Kickoff: Come one; come all for the SCCA Annual Meeting, Regional Awards and the official convention kick off party. The meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon with the Welcome Party to follow.

Leadership Summit: The Leadership Summit is a two-day gathering of current and future SCCA Regional, Divisional and Nationals leaders to learn, share, discuss and connect. Starting on Friday morning, the format will include both facilitated sessions and interest area and specialty focused discussion groups.   Topics will range from event management and leadership strategies to SCCA skill building and technology developments that can be used to grow our club, your Region and improve the member experience.   You can scroll through the sessions below, click on each one for a description.

Hall of Fame: In keeping with Convention tradition, Saturday night we will close the event by honoring our history and heritage by inducting the next 5 members of the SCCA Hall of Fame. Join us as we celebrate the larger than life personalities that have made our club what it is with dinner as they share their stories and memories.

Lunch Vouchers: With the release of the schedule, we have gotten a lot of questions about the lunch plans.  The plan is to provide everyone with a lunch voucher for each day (Friday and Saturday) that can be used within the South Point property.  This will allow you to continue your networking conversations at a small table or reconnect with members of your region and order the meal you want.  If you recall the luncheons of yesteryear, fear not- the awards and presentations from those meals have been worked into other parts of the greater convention program.

Does you Region have an up and coming leader who would benefit from Convention? If so, check out the
Summit Ascenders Program.

Haven't booked travel yet?  Don't fret! We havel all your needed Travel Information here.

The convention schedule is a working document, subject to changes and updates. You can download a PDF of the current version here.

A list of session presentations and notes from the convention can be found here.

2016 National Convention News
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