Nov. 7 - 9, 2021
Are you ready to speak your truth about the challenges we face in higher ed marketing, such as shrinking budgets, demanding leadership, creative burnout, etc? If so, plan to join us in Savannah, Georgia, as we “spill the tea” and share both our successes and our frustrations for navigating today’s ever-changing marketing landscape. We’ll focus on real solutions to real issues with straight talk from our presenters and keynote speakers.
Savannah was dubbed the “world’s friendliest city” according to Conde Nast Traveler readers, so prepare to enjoy a city full of history, art, unique shopping and natural beauty every which way you turn. Savannah is also called America’s most haunted city, so perhaps you’d like to explore a few ghost stories as well. We’ll be staying at the elegant The DeSoto Hotel, located in the heart of Savannah’s historic garden district, just steps away from dozens of charming restaurants and trendy boutiques – not to mention the beautiful Tybee Island is just minutes away. Attendees will be able to stroll through the city’s many famous squares and enjoy the southern charm, history and hospitality of Georgia’s oldest city.
So grab your Earl Grey, your Luzianne or your best herbal blend and head to Savannah to “spill the tea” with your District 2 colleagues on Nov. 7-9.
If you can’t make a getaway to Savannah, we’ve got you covered! You’ll be able stream keynote speeches, Medallion Awards reception, Awards of Excellence presentation, Peer and Simple podcast interview, and you’ll have access to the exhibitors’ virtual booths and as well as to recorded versions of all conference presentations during and after the conference.
Each virtual attendee must register individually. Registrants will receive a unique login to sign in to the conference platform. All registered attendees will receive access to the conference platform to view all of the sessions after the conference.
Registration (both in-person* and virtual)
$300 Early Bird (paid by Oct. 15)
$350 Regular (paid after Oct. 15)
*In-person registration includes access to the full conference, two breakfasts, two lunches, and the Medallion Awards dinner.
$50 Medallion Dinner Guest* (paid by Oct. 25)
*Medallion dinner included with attendee registration; tickets for guests only.
Note: You must be a member of NCMPR before registering for the conference. Learn more about membership HERE.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing on or before Oct. 22, 2021. NCMPR will issue a refund of the conference fee, minus a $75 administrative fee. Email requests to the District 2 Director. Substitutions are gladly accepted. No refunds will be granted for requests made after the deadline. For special circumstances (family or medical emergencies) that arise after the deadline, NCMPR will issue a full refund with proper documentation.
15 East Liberty Street
Savannah, GA 21404
Room Rate: $159 per night (plus applicable taxes)
Reservation Cutoff: Oct. 15
NCMPR District 2 has blocked a limited number of rooms at the special group rate. This guarantees the rate but not availabiity. The room block may fill earlier than the deadline so make your reservation EARLY!
District 2 Director
The College System of Tennessee