2013 OMCA/ABA TOUR OPERATOR SUMMIT REGISTRATION
Registration for the OMCA/ABA Tour Operator Summit is also open to all current members of OMCA and ABA. Space is limited to maintain a 2:1 ratio between suppliers and operators.
$99 per Operator
$99 per Supplier
$200 per Exhibit (Includes 6’ skirted table and 2 chairs. Does not include exhibitor registration).
Registrations and space is limited to maintain a 2 to 1 ratio between suppliers and operators. Please limit registrations to one supplier per company if not exhibiting & two suppliers per company if exhibiting.
Fax back to: 202-898-1575 or send form with fees to: OMCA/ABA Tour Operator Summit, c/o American Bus Association, 111 K Street NE, 9th Floor, Washington DC 20002
Post FAM Tour
Operators can stay and enjoy a Post -FAM Tour hosted by Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region CVB from Thursday, March 21 to Saturday, March 23. For more information, please contact Herb Zeilinger email@example.com or by phone (989) 752-7164.
Registration Terms and Conditions
All registration forms must be returned as soon as possible for organizations to be eligible for registration. Registration forms will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis; as registrations are confirmed for exhibit space, pending registrations will be wait-listed.
Individual registration fees include: Tour Operator Summit education sessions and all meal/social functions as listed in the Official Program. Fees do not include housing or transportation to the Summit site. No individual function tickets will be sold.
All delegates must be representatives of member companies/organizations of ABA and/or OMCA.
For registrations prior to Feb. 28, 2013, all registrations invoices are due Feb. 15, 2012. If registration occurs after Feb. 15, 2013, payment is due within 30 days of registration.
All delegates must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. No one under 18 years of age is permitted at any Tour Operator Summit function.
Name badges are required for participation in all Tour Operator Summit events. Admittance to any function of Tour Operator Summit requires the appropriate badge. Badges may NOT be transferred, exchanged or shared. Badges may not be altered or defaced in any way. Violators are subject to badge confiscation.
Requests for delegate name changes and additions must be made in writing.
All housing accommodations and cancellations must be coordinated through the host hotel. ABA and OMCA is not responsible for housing cancellations.
Delegate agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the American Bus Association and OMCA against all claims of damages, losses and charges of any kind resulting from Tour Operator Summit participation.
The American Bus Association and OMCA cannot be held liable for any financial responsibilities incurred on the part of individual participants.
All delegates must comply with all ABA and OMCA policies at all Tour Operator Summit functions. The policy prohibits harassment and discrimination so that ABA and OMCA may maintain a pleasant working environment for its employees and members, free of any intimidation or hostility. Any violation of this policy will be reported to Summit staff and will be addressed immediately.
Any photographs or film coverage of delegates during the Tour Operator Summit may be used at the discretion of ABA and/or OMCA in future publications or videos.
In the event Tour Operator Summit is cancelled, there will be no refunds.
Refunds for operator delegates: Written requests may be faxed or emailed. A 80% refund will be granted if written requests are received prior to Feb. 15, 2013. A 50% refund will be granted if written received prior to March 15, 2013. No refunds will be granted for cancellations or no shows after March 15.
Refunds for supplier delegates: Written requests may be faxed or emailed. A 80% refund will be granted if written requests are received prior to Feb. 15, 2013. A 50% refund will be granted if written received prior to March 15, 2013. No refunds will be granted for cancellations or no shows after March 15.
No refunds will be given for on-site cancellations, late arrivals, unused services, unattended events or early departure. It is your responsibility to submit your cancellation requests early enough so that it is received in the ABA/OMCA office by the above dates.
Postmark dates will not be accepted.