Join us for a memorable evening of gourmet dining and exceptional entertainment.
Open to ticket holders only. Table reservations are required for the Tuesday Board of Directors Dinner & Entertainment. Seating is limited. These reservations are made by turning in your Dinner & Entertainment ticket to the Tuesday Reservation Counter.
Everyone attending this function will fall into one of the following three categories:
- Unassigned: A person who is not hosting a table and would like to be assigned.
- Host: A person who has invited and collected ten D&E tickets.
- Invited Guest: A person who has been invited by a Host to join a group for dinner, and who has given their ticket to the Host.
In recognition of their valuable contributions, companies qualifying as Annual Meeting Sponsors are offered the opportunity to reserve a table and seating in advance for the Tuesday Board of Directors Dinner & Entertainment. NACDS is pleased to acknowledge the contributions these companies have made. If you would like information on participating as a sponsor at future meetings, contact Jim Whitman, Sr. Vice President, Member Programs & Services, at (703) 837-4610.
What to do if you are Unassigned:
Unassigned registrants should exchange their D&E Reservation ticket at the Tuesday Reservation Counter beginning Sunday, April 25th through Noon on Monday, April 26th. Final seating assignments will be available after 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27th.
What to do if you are a Host:
Hosts should reconfirm their table seating plans when they arrive at The Breakers. Table assignments and seating tickets will be available for pick up on Tuesday morning, April 27th. No table or seating confirmations will be released without all required information being provided and NACDS reserves the right to fill all empty seats.
What to do if you are an Invited Guest:
Invited Guests can assist their Host by giving the Host their tickets. Your Host will be responsible for informing you of your table assignment.
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