AAF Western Regional Conference is in Palm Springs this year.

The Western Region Board of Directors of the American Advertising Federation invite you to attend the Western Region Conference on September 29-October 1, 2011 in beautiful Palm Springs, California! If you haven’t made your plans to attend, Now is the time to do it! 

Please head to www.aafwesternregion.org today and sign up for the conference.  All the information about the conference and the hotel is on the website.  And don’t forget to make your hotel reservations NOW. The cut-off for the special hotel rate has been extended to Saturday, September 10th – so don’t delay!

The conference is scheduled to deliver workshops that you will find tremendously useful with the leadership of your club as well as provide some interesting and thought provoking keynote speakers who will prove to be educational and entertaining.  The full schedule of events is available here.

In addition to all the great club workshops, check out some of these interesting extra-curricular activities.  Who could resist a San Andreas Fault Jeep Tour, an early morning hike or a chance to play golf in Palm Springs? How about meeting Greg Renker, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Guthy-Renker, headquartered in Palm Desert, one of the largest and most respected direct marketing companies in the world, with distribution in 61 countries?  How about a trip aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway,  the world’s largest rotating tramcar, where you will experience a breathtaking journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon and dinner?

All this and a chance to talk to club members around the West with the same challenges you face as a leader of your club.  The Western Region Conference will give you the tools to make your club more successful this year.

AAF District 15 & AAF Palm Springs Desert Cities have done a fantastic job of lining up the perfect conference hotel, the Hyatt Regency Suites, at an unbelievable price of only $139 per night plus tax (resort fee waived.)  There are three airports that you can choose from to get to Palm springs:

  • You can fly directly into the Palm Springs Airport and pick-up a free hotel shuttle
  • You can fly into Ontario, rent a car and take a 1 hour drive into Palm Springs
  • You can fly into Los Angeles Airport rent a car and take a 2 hour drive into Palm Springs

However you choose to get there, the conference will be well worth your time.