NMEA 2015 Reg


If you have not registered yet for the 2015 NMEA Conference & Expo, it is not too late.

On a tight budget? Come to the expo on Wednesday, where a day pass is only $50 for members and $70 for non-members at the door!

 Our on-line registration is open until 4 p.m. on Friday, September 25.   Click on the registration link at:   Check out the options.

 After September 25,  you may register onsite at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel.  Our registration desk, which will open Monday afternoon, September 28, is located on the third level near the Expo entrance.

 Do you need parking?  We negotiated a below-market rate at the Sheraton.  Parking for one day is $16.00 if you stay at the Sheraton.  The address for the Sheraton is:  300 S. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201.

Need information on the program and the expo hours?  Please see our website at for complete details on the 2015 NMEA Conference & Expo.

For all other questions related to the Conference, please call Cindy or Debbie at 410-975-9425.  For all questions regarding the Expo, please call Bruce or Jon at 207-236-6196.


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