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Hotel and Travel

NCTM 2013 Regional Conference in Louisville 

Lowest Rates and Best Networking

Reserve housing by October 7, 2013, to get the biggest discounts and best hotel options for the NCTM 2013 Regional Conference and Exposition in Louisville, November 6–8. Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy when you book your room with NCTM:Galt House Hotel 

Save money. NCTM negotiates the lowest possible rates at our conference hotels. In fact, we work closely with the hotels to be sure our rates are the most discounted. And you will never be charged a booking or service fee, like online discounters do. So book your room early to secure the lowest rate at your preferred hotel before rooms sell out.

Get the best networking. Meet leaders in education, consultants, other teachers, and even your next supervisor. Whether you’re having dinner or grabbing your morning coffee, the networking opportunities are boundless when you stay at an NCTM hotel.

Enjoy the convenience. Our headquarters hotel is the Galt House Hotel. Other NCTM hotels are also within walking distance of the Kentucky International Convention Center, so you’ll be right where the action is.


Book Your Room

NCTM has reserved rooms at discounted rates as low as $112 per night. Learn more about NCTM’s conference hotels:

Hotel Reservations  Hotel Descriptions  Win a Free Hotel Night 

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Travel Arrangements

Association Travel Concepts (ATC) can help you find the lowest airfare and car rental rates for getting to the NCTM Regional Conference. ATC offers online booking 24/7, and its website offers helpful travel tools to get you where you need to go.

ATC representatives are available to assist you Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. eastern time. For reservations or more information contact ATC:

Online: www.atcmeetings.com/nctm
E-mail: reservations@atcmeetings.com
Phone: (800) 458-9383
Fax: (858) 362-3153

Note: Some restrictions and a service fee may apply.

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