December 2018

#2019NACE Annual Conference Update

Join us in Wichita for NACE Zoobilee on Tuesday, April 16!
Lions, Tigers & Bears- Oh My! Bring your dancing shoes and your sense of adventure to a one-of-a-kind wild night at the Sedgwick County Zoo for NACE Zoobilee! Grab a drink and explore the attractions housing 3,000 individual animals of nearly 400 species including a boat ride under the bridge that leads to the Downing Gorilla Forest, float past lemur island, and cruise by the Elephants of the Zambezi River Valley habitat. As the sun sets, the party for Zoobilee will get started with one of Wichita's most rocking bands- Big Fat Fun!

6:00pm - 10:00pm (buses will loop from the hotels to the Zoo throughout the evening)
Zoo exhibits close at 8:00 pm

For zoo enthusiasts, an early bus will leave the Hyatt at 5pm on April 16th.


2019 Exhibit & Sponsorship Brochure is now available!  You don't have to wait for it to arrive your mailbox... click here to view or download the official brochure. Early Bird deadline is Friday, December 14.

Plan your stay now!
Housing for NACE 2019 is now open. Both hotels are conveniently located next to the Century II Convention Center. More information on room rates and reservations can be found
here. To help you plan, a preliminary schedule of events can be found here. While some of these times are place-holders, the general layout of the full program is set. Stay tuned for exciting announcements about networking opportunities, technical sessions and social events.

Exhibitor Registration is now open for Corporate Members!
here for the 2019 Exhibit Hall floor plan. Once you choose your space, please fill out the Exhibitor Registration online form.     



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