Date: Sep 22, 2014 - Sep 25, 2014
Where: Anchorage, Alaska
About the Event:
Register for the Conference
Register for the NTTC conference now and enter for a chance to win a new CFMOTO ATV.
Register by tomorrow August 22, 2014 and be entered twice.
- Early Registration before Sep. 1, 2014 - $375
- Late Registration after Sep. 1, 2014 - $425
Click here to register.
Myers-Briggs - Personality Type Indicator Workshop at 12pm
OSHA 10 Hour Course at 10am
Strategic Planning For Tribal Transportation at 12:00pm
Hotel Block Room Rate cut off date ends: September 5, 2014
Travel Discount: 7% discount off any published fares between Anchorage and any Alaska Airlines intra-Alaska or lower 48 city.
Valid Travel Dates: September 16, 2014 – September 30, 2014
How to book: To take advantage of these discounts online at www.alaskaair.com, simply use e-certificate code ECMA177 in the Flights Quick Search box, or by calling the Alaska Airlines Group and Meetings Desk at 1-800-445-4435 or your travel agent and reference ID number MA177. There is no booking fee when booking on AlaskaAir.com, however, a $15.00 ticketing fee will apply for bookings made by calling into the Group Desk.
Travel Discount: 10% off all fares, excluding companion, excursion or promotional fares. Space is to be booked in the same class of service as the fare being discounted and is based on availability. All fare rules apply.
Valid Travel Dates: September 20, 2014 – September 27, 2014
How to book: All reservations must be made directly at www.flyravn.com. Go to flyravn.com click on Advanced Reservation Form, select flights and dates of travel and number of people that will be traveling, enter the following coupon number DA8CVG1. Then enter the Promo code EVT10 to receive the event fare. Tickets are valid for one year from date of original outbound travel. Travel that occurs outside of the above travel dates will require an upgrade to the applicable fare.
The 17th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference will provide you with maximum access via print, online and on-site to representatives from federal agencies, tribes, local and state municipalities.