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Discounted hotel rates end Sunday for PPAMS MidSouth PromoShow
You have until Sunday, Feb. 11 to make your reservations at our host hotel and take advantage of the $119 group rate. Because of other events that week, hotel rooms are at a premium in Downtown Nashville. We were fortunate to secure a block of rooms at a great rate close to the Music City Center.
Less than 10 minutes from the Music City Center, the Millennium Maxwell House is a distinctive hotel, set near the center of downtown Nashville. For your convenience, the hotel offers free parking and free transportation to the Nashville International Airport. Within the hotel, Praline's Restaurant serves up fine meals all day, while drinks and casual dining is available in Maxwell's Lounge.
A group rate of $119 is available for PPAMS MidSouth PromoShow attendees until Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.
Click here to make your reservations online: https://reservations.millenniumhotels.com/ibe/details.aspx?propertyid=13552&nights=1&checkin=02/07/2015&group=1502PPAMSF
Or, call the hotel directly at 800-457-4460 and use the group code 1502PPAMSF.
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Register online for the PPAMS MidSouth PromoShow
The 20th anniversary of the PPAMS MidSouth PromoShow is going to be better than ever! More professional development than ever — including some on the show floor — a new fashion show, our first Hall of Fame inductions, and a new show app are just some of the new features you'll enjoy this year. Add the top suppliers in the industry at one of the nation’s best convention centers and you can see that we've pulled out all the stops for our 20th annual show. The seminars, fashion show, membership dinner and party will be on Wednesday, Feb. 11. The show is on Thursday, Feb. 12. Online registration for the PPAMS MidSouth PromoShow, seminars, party and membership dinner is open now.
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