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Excitement is building for this year’s conference in our new Spring time slot, March 6 & 7! We hope this change will enable even more housing professionals to attend, and there will definitely be plenty to do in Nashville at that time.

Early Bird registration is December 1-31, 2018. Regular registration is January 1-February 28, 2019.

Click here to register!


Click here to see our sponsors.
Click here to check out the agenda.
Click here to learn more about our speakers.

HOTELS

You can find our conference hotels below. We strongly encourage you to book your room early as these blocks sell out every year.

Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville – Downtown
310 4th Avenue South                                                
Nashville, Tennessee, 37201                                     
Phone: 615-277-5000                                                  
$239/night                                                                                      
Click here to reserve or copy and paste the link:
http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/groups/personalized/B/BNADTHX-THD-20190305/index.jhtml

CAMBRiA Nashville
118 8th Ave. South
Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: 615-515-5800
$229/night
Click here to reserve or copy and paste the link: https://www.choicehotels.com/reservations/groups/FL27B9   

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Attendee Room Scholarships

Early Bird registration opens on December 1 and we are happy to announce that again this year we will be offering scholarships to cover hotel costs for qualified non-profit attendees who register early.This generous sponsorship allows us to cover one or two nights accommodations* for attendees who meet the specified requirements.

Click here to find out more and to apply!


THE VENUE

Nashville Music City Center

The Music City Center is Nashville’s convention center located in the heart of downtown. The 2.1 million square foot facility opened in 2013 and was built so that Nashville could host large, city-wide conventions in the downtown area. The Music City Center makes it a part of their mission to focus on environmental sustainability and the Music City Center is LEED Gold certified for New Construction by the U.S. Green Building Council.  The LEED program, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Design, provides a third-party verification of green buildings. Features key to the building’s LEED certification include a four-acre green roof, the 360,000 gallon rainwater collector, and an array of 845 solar panels.

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If you have attended the conference in the past, we will be in the same area as past years, on the lower level just across the street from the Omni Hotel and Country Music Hall of Fame. The area is handicap accessible and there will be signs to direct you from the attached parking garage to our area.The Music City Center is host to a UPS Business Center if you need to take care of a few things while you’re here, or if you need to ship anything to or from the conference. Please let Rachel Agee know at RAgee@thda.org if you need more information.

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