Where will DREAM 2020 take place?
DREAM 2020 conference sessions and workshops will be held in the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
How do I register for DREAM 2020?
Register by going to the Registration Information and Fees page; click the "Register Today" button on the left.
How much is the registration fee?
There are different registration fees, depending on your institution (Active ATD Network College, Non-Active ATD Network College, Sponsor, Exhibitor), and whether you register before or after December 13, 2019. The Registration Information and Fees page offers details.
What does the registration fee for DREAM 2020 cover?
Registration for the DREAM 2020 will include all meetings and handouts, a welcome reception on Tuesday, February 18, breakfast and lunch Wednesday, February 19 and Thursday, February 20, and breakfast on Friday, February 21. Dinner on Tuesday, February 18 through Friday, February 21 will be on your own.
How do I reserve a hotel room for DREAM 2020?
See the Travel and Information page for direct links to the official DREAM Conference hotel, the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Or, call the hotel directly at 1-877-491-0468 to make your room reservations—let them know that you are attending DREAM 2020 to receive your discount rate. The deadline for the official meeting rate is January 29, 2020.
Which airport serves National Harbor, Maryland?
See travel information here.
How do I cancel my attendee registration?
Send notification to email@example.com. There is a cancellation fee of $250 per registration if notification is received by Friday, February 3. Any cancellation received after February 3 will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee and thus are not eligible for a refund (including no-shows).
Will there be photography and video production during DREAM?
Photographers will be taking pictures at the conference, which may be used for promotional and educational purposes. Registration or participation in the meeting and other activities constitutes an agreement to allow ATD to use and distribute attendee’s image or voice in photographs and recordings of the meeting - now and in the future.
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