Conference 2014: Last Chance! Register to Win a Trip to Beautiful Palm Springs + Receive Super Early Bird Discount
October 10, 2013 CCSA's Super Early Bird Registration Rate ends this Friday, October 18 for the 21st Annual Conference, held March 3-6, 2014 in San Jose, CA.
Only five more days left to benefit from these low rates, which include discounts for CCSA members, groups, as well as a $50 discount for teachers, board members, schools opening fall 2013, new school developers, school of education students, department of education staff, and community-based organizations.
Take advantage of all that conference has to offer: over 160 breakout sessions, 3 general sessions, over 200 exhibitors, networking events, and more. Pay with a PO Number and you won't owe anything until March 2014.
Who Wants a Free Getaway to Palm Springs? Register for Conference 2014 before October 18 and you will be entered to win a complimentary 2-night stay in a resort suite including breakfast for two at the Renaissance Palm Springs, the year-round "fun in the sun" destination.
After you register be sure to book one of the CCSA Conference Host Hotels. Staying within the room block not only benefits you with lower rates and better value, but also it helps CCSA keep registration cost down for future years. Here are three reasons why you should stay at one of our selected hotels:
- Support the Association. Staying at our contracted hotel(s) is important to CCSA, to the destination where we are holding this meeting, and ultimately to you as a CCSA member. Please support CCSA by reserving your sleeping room at one of our official hotels.
- Convenience and Cost Savings. Staying within the contracted room block means you have the convenience of taking the elevator or a short walk back to your room after a long day of meetings. CCSA has negotiated the best rates at the best hotels in the area.
- Socialize and Connect. An intangible but important benefit of booking within the block is the networking that occurs after hours in lounges, restaurants, bars, and lobbies.