TNGIC 2015 Conference

Jan 9, 2015 | Cumberland URISA, TNGIC, Training

The TNGIC 2015 conference has just been announced! It’s going to be out in the butt middle of nowhere for most of Tennessee – but it’s a pretty good conference.

So from the email bag:

The 2015 Annual TNGIC Conference is on its way!  The Conference will be at Montgomery Bell State Park.  There will be a special pre-registration price which closes Friday, Jan. 30th.   Pre-registration is $175.  Early registration is $200.  Regular registration will be $225.

Are you interested in giving a presentation??  Presentation abstracts can be submitted until March 6th.

You may also be interested in the pre-conference classes.  They are an excellent value at $50 for a full day class and $25 for a half day class!!  Most are limited to the first 15 students so hurry and register soon!

Other activities include the golf tournament, geocaching, map gallery, social, presentations, workshops, Dr. Shop / Vendor Tool Time, TNGIC Business meeting, TNGIC Committee meetings, and valuable networking!!

Visit the TNGIC website often at for updated information and to register.  See the attached Conference announcement for more details.

 Click on link below for more information.

2015 TNGIC Conference Announcement


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