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IACA 2016 Conference in Louisville, Kentucky

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The Call for Presentations is now open for the 2016 IACA Conference!

Save the dates of September 19th – 23rd, 2016 to attend the 2016 IACA Training Conference in Louisville, KY! The beautiful Louisville Marriott Downtown will be our host hotel. We are planning some exciting changes to the conference schedule & will be starting the regular conference on Monday September 19th with an Exhibitor Exposition & a fabulous Keynote speaker. We have 4 fun-filled, information packed days planned for you and a half day on Friday as well. We have some really cool surprises in store for you this year so stayed tuned for more information on the conference schedule, and our planned nights out.

The Annual Training Conference is a great opportunity to meet other analysts from across the US, as well as from a variety of other countries. Plan on experiencing all that Louisville has to offer with 500 of your fellow analysts. Buy your derby hat now as Louisville is home to the internationally known "greatest two minutes in sports", the Kentucky Derby, and Churchill Downs has Fall Racing in September. Louisville also boasts the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory where you can purchase a personalized baseball bat.

Here are some cool stats & fun facts about Louisville & Kentucky. Did you know that 90% of the United States’ Disco Balls are produced in Louisville each year? Or that 95% of the world’s bourbon is produced in Kentucky? Ok, maybe you did know that one! For more fun facts about Louisville, KY click here.

Plan on joining us next September and your week is guaranteed to be filled with great classes and networking opportunities. Click here to register for the conference today!

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