III. League Conference
a. League Ticketed Function Events
Meal Function Ticket forms will no longer be accepted by mail. Tickets can be purchased while they last onsite at the AC Conference beginning Tuesday, November 13, by visiting the registration desk. Seating is limited and each year many delegates, unfortunately, have been turned away. Do not be disappointed by waiting until the last minute.
As a reminder, all League ticketed function events require a conference badge. The badge registration fee is a separate fee from the ticketed function fee. If you have not registered for a conference badge, you can register onsite in Atlantic City.
Onsite Registration Hours
Tuesday, November 13 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 14 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 15 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Ways to register onsite for a badge
Cash, Checks, or Purchase Orders (POs will be returned to municipalities with signature & invoice after the conference.) We do not accept Debit or Credit Cards.
Governor Phil Murphy will again keynote the Delegates Luncheon at the League’s Annual Conference. The luncheon will be held Thursday, November 15, 2018 at the Sheraton Convention Center Hotel, Crown Ballroom at 12:00.
b. Unauthorized Hospitality Functions
The 103rd Annual League Conference will soon be upon us and we know you are looking forward to a productive and educational week.
Numerous exhibitors and groups have scheduled receptions and hospitality functions during the evening hours in Atlantic City. However each year there are a few commercial entities that schedule hospitality function such as brunches and lunches which conflict with the Conference programming. These unauthorized functions should not be confused with legitimate business luncheons sponsored by our affiliated associations and their members. The League urges you not to attend daytime hospitality functions offered by commercial firms.
Instead, plan your daytime activities so you can derive the greatest educational benefit from attending the League Conference. League Education sessions begin at 9:00 AM, break at noon when there are informative Exhibitor Learning Sessions, resume at 2:00 and finally adjourn at 5:15.
As always, the League is available to answer your questions on any aspect of the annual conference and we strive to make your participation both enjoyable and highly productive.
Contact: Michael J. Darcy, CAE, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-695-3481 x116.
c. Exhibits at the Annual Conference
Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall at the Conference next week where there will be over 700 exhibitors displaying products and services for local government. The exhibitors are eager to offer their knowledge, expertise and guidance to assist you and your municipality. The full exhibitor list is on the League website or on the conference app.
d. Don’t Forget! CEU Tracking System Procedures for 103rd Annual NJLM
Badge Scanners will be used to track CEU Credits and Attendance at the NJLM 103rd Annual Conference.
For Sessions that Have CEU credit Available
• All Attendees looking to earn credit must scan-in and scan-out of these qualifying sessions* to earn their CEU credits.
• Attendees will claim their certificates after the conference via the League website www.njslom.org/confceu/
For more information or for a complete list of procedures please visit the Conference Website.
* Please note, the procedures described above only apply to educational sessions. Business Meetings and Exhibitor Learning Sessions are not included in the scanning system.