NON-COMM Early Bird Rates Expire Monday

Radio station employees can attend the 17th Annual NON-COMMvention for as little as $60 — but you must act quickly to get that rate…

non-comm-300-x-200By Paul Marszalek
TheTop22.com

We’re now four weeks out from the 17th Annual NON-COMMvention, and if you haven’t finalized your plans, it’s time to do so.

The tendency is to lock up a hotel room and worry about registration later. Don’t wait much longer — the Early Bird rates expire this coming Monday, April 24 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time.

Until then, the registration fee for music industry employees is $200, radio station employees $120, and additional radio employees from the same station just $60.

After Monday, rates rise to $250 and $150, respectively, and the discounted $60 radio rate disappears.

The hotel situation is tightening considerably, with the Sheraton largely sold out — there are possible single nights, but no rooms available for all three consecutive nights.

Club Quarters is sold out as of this writing, and Homewood Suites has just four rooms available. The new, more upscale AKA hotel has rooms, but the entry point is now $363/night for a one bedroom suite.

We’ll do our best to keep you posted on room inventories, which can change with cancellations or additional negotiations with the hotels.

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