Nov. 14, 2017

Boating Ontario 50th Anniversary Conference 400

 

NOVEMBER 26 – 28, 2017

Village Conference Centre, Blue Mountain Resort, The Blue Mountain, Ontario

 

Step 1 – Select your company name from the drop-down menu. Click on member login to proceed.

Step 2 - Select your conference option: Full Conference or One-Day Registration. Please indicate which social/networking events you are attending so we are ready for you. All meals for the days are included in your registration. You can add meals and social events for guests and additional delegates later in the process. Click continue.

Step 3 – Enter the name of the delegate you are registering.  Your company information is on file from 2016. If this information is incorrect, please update now.

Step 4 –  We are providing text messaging updates during the conference.  If you would like to subscribe enter your cell phone number and click on the statement below.  Provide your email address to confirm your registration. Indicate if this is your first event and your dietary restrictions. Click continue.

Step 5 –  Add More staff OR Guests OR Continue to payment. **If you need to pay for guests with a separate form of payment please contact the office.

Finally, you will receive an email confirmation that you can edit if you required. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

If you have questions about registration please contact Duane McKay This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  1.888.547.6662 ext. 221

 

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