Save the Dates – August 3 -5

The 2015 CCPIO conference planning is underway! Check out this information about Indianapolis you’ll need to know for this year’s conference.

Hotel: Ready for our arrival!  Historic hotel in downtown, Omni Severin Indianapolis- http://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/indianapolis-severin .  We highly recommend joining the select guest loyalty program for complimentary coffee and wi-fi.  Please wait on making reservations, we will get you details on how to book a room with the government discount.  Rate will be around $95 per night.

Flights: Should be easy, the airport is just 15 minutes from downtown and a $10 (each way) shuttle stops at our hotel.

http://www.indianapolisairport.com/

http://goexpresstravel.com/indy_express

 

More information will be posted when available.

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