Join more than 300 attendees to gain insight, network and advocate for your business! The all-inclusive operator registration fee of $329 includes access to all #Summit2020 events including the general sessions, Master Class: Eye on the Bottom Line, the Exhibit Hall, three receptions, two breakfasts and two lunches. ACA Connects staff will make your appointments on Capitol Hill and provide you with talking points and handout materials. Please register now and be sure to make your hotel reservations. Online registrations will close on March 8. Please note that there is a $100 processing fee for all on-site registrations.
Registrations cancelled before February 12 will receive a 50% refund, but we cannot issue refunds after that date. If you prefer to register via mail or fax, please click here.
Summit sessions and most events will take place at the Grand Hyatt Washington in the heart of Washington D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood. Hotel rooms are limited and cannot be guaranteed.
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW
PLAN YOUR TRIP
Business attire or business casual is fine for Receptions & Sessions. Please wear business attire for Congressional Appointments.
Transportation will be provided to Tuesday’s Welcome Reception and Thursday’s Lobbying Day. Buses will leave from the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Washington.
COLOR-COORDINATED TIES & SCARVES
To maximize independent cable’s visibility on Capitol Hill, ACA Connects will provide orange scarves and neckties to #Summit2020 attendees who are lobbying on Thursday, March 19. Please plan your outfit to coordinate with the orange accents.
Please read this important message from ACA Connects President & CEO Matt Polka.
#Summit2020 sessions will take place at the Grand Hyatt Washington in the heart of Washington D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood. Click here for more information and to make your reservations.
Valet and self-parking are available for a fee. Click for details.
The Grand Hyatt Washington is conveniently connected to the Metro Center train station allowing you to travel the red, orange, silver, and blue lines with ease.
Please bring the following items for your Congressional appointments:
Business Cards (you will need them for the exhibit hall, too!)
Information on your Community Service Projects
Number of employees in state and districts.
Also, please consider packing a donation for the Summit Social Good Initiative.
ACA Connects reserves the right to use any professional photographs and videos taken during the Summit without the expressed written permission of those included in them. Such uses include, but are not limited to: printed materials, publications, advertisements, promotional videos and website content produced, used or contracted by ACA Connects. Any person desiring not to have his/her photo taken or distributed must contact Rob Shema in writing before the event at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summit Social Good Initiative
Sponsored by NCTI
ACA Connects has created an opportunity for Summit attendees to have a positive impact on our host city of Washington, D.C. This year’s inaugural Summit Social Good initiative, sponsored by NCTI, will benefit My Sister's Place (MSP), the provider of D.C.’s first hotline and first domestic violence shelter. The nonprofit organization shelters, supports and empowers survivors of domestic violence and their children, and is unique in offering a continuum of care from emergency shelter through transitional-to-permanent housing. Summit attendees can support this important cause by donating new washcloths, towels, twin sheet sets, baby wipes, children’s books, cash or gift cards to any general merchandise store like Walmart, Target, CVS or Walgreens. Donations will be collected at the Summit registration desk. For more information about this important cause, please visit www.mysistersplacedc.org.