Last week at the NGS Conference in
St. Charles, NGS announced that hotel accommodations for the 2016 NGS Conference in would open today, May 20th. Unfortunately, the hotels have advised us of a few technical glitches. We are working with the Convention Visitors Bureau (CVB) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to resolve these issues quickly. Fort Lauderdale
On Wednesday, May 27th, NGS will provide the CVB direct link and all other pertinent information for making hotel reservations for the 2016 conference. Please go to the NGS homepage for that information www.ngsgenealogy.org.
In order to streamline the hotel reservation process, the CVB will offer a direct link from the NGS website for booking any of the three hotels offering NGS discounts for the 2016 conference, which are described in the NGS Announcement Brochure. We will also have a telephone number for the CVB, if you prefer to book by telephone. The conference hotels will not be accepting reservations for NGS discounted rooms from their hotel websites or by their regular reservation numbers.
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope that you will join us in
for Exploring the Centuries: Footprints in Time from 4-7 May 2016. Fort Lauderdale
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