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Title: Big Savings, Biggest Industry Event of the Year
Description: After today, the super-saver discount on NACS Show registration will end.
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. ? Don?t pay full price when you don?t have to. Today is the last day to save 40% on NACS Show registrations; the super-saver discount on NACS Show registration rates expires tomorrow.

By registering today, NACS retail members will pay�$295 on full registration ($495 for non-retail members), which includes admission to the general sessions, educational sessions, three days of expo, the Welcome Reception and numerous networking opportunities. One-day registration also is available for retailers ($195 for NACS retailer members and $295 for other retailers). Registration and housing for the NACS Show is available at nacsshow.com.

NACS has negotiated room rates for more than 20 hotels in proximity to the Las Vegas Convention Center and attendees can request hotel preferences online. Early submission of housing requests will increase the likelihood that attendees will be able to stay at the hotel of their choice within the NACS Show housing block. Equally important, most of these hotels have access to the shuttles for transport to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Bring your team to Las Vegas and attend all of the educational sessions that the NACS Show has to offer. From foodservice to fuels, more than 50 sessions from 10 tracks will help you and your team set the bar for your future growth strategies and operational goals.

General sessions include Peter Sheahan, a successful entrepreneur and CEO known internationally for inspiring innovative business thinking and creating lasting behavior change, on October 8. Then, see the debut of the fast-paced NACS ?Ideas 2 Go? program on October 9, and don?t miss a spirited political debate between Republican Rick Santorum and Democrat Howard Dean on October 10.

Last year, there were 22,312 attendees at the NACS Show, a 1.5% increase over attendance in 2010. Attendees came from a record 58 countries and international attendance was a record 1,913 delegates. This year?s expo spans nearly 400,000 net square feet and features more than 1,300 companies featuring new products, operational efficiencies and new ideas for the thriving and highly competitive convenience and fuel retailing industry.

Find that one idea that will change your business. Save on costs and register today.

Content Subject: NACS Show
Formatted Article Date: July 31, 2012

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