2021 Spring ConferenceBranson, Missouri - April 25th, 2021
April 25th – 28th, 2021
200 East Main Street
Branson, Missouri 65616
Sponsors & Vendors
VENDOR FEE: $275
Vendor fee includes a vendor table, access to meeting event, introduction and opportunity to address attendees. Breakfast is included on 4/27 & 4/28.
If you would like to sponsor a big raffle item, you will have the opportunity to draw and present the item during the conference.
Plans are being made for a golf tournament on Monday, April 26, so plan your arrival accordingly if you’re interested in joining us! Registration for the golf event can be added once it’s available, so register now for your sponsorship!
For questions, please contact:
Reservations for accommodations must be made directly with Hilton Branson Convention Center at 866-442-0959. Please let them know that you’re registered to attend the NTC Conference to receive our special discounted rate (Group Code: TROOP).
Conference Registration – $200
Cost includes breakfast buffet, lunch (Tuesday & Wednesday) and a banquet dinner on Tuesday evening. Conference registration is online and available here.
Registration Deadline is Friday, March 26, 2021
Hotel room rates are $139 per night plus tax
Conference rate applies on rooms booked from April 20th -April 30th
Cut-off date for hotel rooms is March 26, 2021
Reservation guidelines: To secure a guest room reservation, a major credit card will be required. Reservations cancelled within 48 hours of arrival will incur a charge for the first night’s Room/Tax charge.
Check-In/Out Time: Our check-in time is 4 PM; check-out time is 11 AM. All guests arriving before 4 PM will be accommodated as rooms become available. Hotel bellmen can arrange to check baggage for those arriving early when rooms are unavailable and for guests attending functions on departure day.
Early Departure Fee: If a guest checks out prior to the guest’s reserved checkout date, the Hotel will add an early check-out fee to that guest’s individual account (currently, one night’s Room/Tax). Guests wishing to avoid an early checkout fee should advise the Hotel 48 hours prior to day of arrival.
Parking Options/Fees: Guests of the hotel can either park at our Self-Parking Garage for $15/Day for unlimited in & out privileges, or Valet Park for $25/Day for unlimited in & out privileges. Guests will check into the Hotel prior to selecting their parking options.
In historic downtown Branson, connected to the Branson Convention Center. Shops and restaurants at Branson Landing are across the street, and we’re less than 15 minutes from the Titanic Museum and Branson Hills Golf Club. Our hotel features golf packages, both an indoor and outdoor pool, fitness center, and views of Lake Taneycomo.
Amenities include an on-site restaurant, indoor pool, outdoor pool, fitness center, business center, pet-friendly rooms, a digital Key, concierge service. room service, and meeting rooms.
Hilton Branson Convention Center
Presley’s Country Jubilee
One of Branson’s original performing families, putting on country & gospel concerts & Ozarks comedy.
Branson is a city in Taney and Stone counties in the U.S. state of Missouri. Most of the city is in Taney County, with a small portion in the west extending into Stone County. Branson is in the Ozark Mountains. The community was named after Reuben Branson, postmaster and operator of a general store in the area in the 1880s. The population was 10,520 at the 2010 census.
Branson has long been a popular destination for vacationers from Missouri and around the country. The collection of entertainment theaters along 76 Country Boulevard (and to a lesser extent along Shepherd of the Hills Expressway), including Dolly Parton’s Stampede, has increased Branson’s popularity as a tourist destination.
The two closest, most convenient commercial airports to Branson with practical airline service are the Springfield, MO (SGF) airport and Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA), in Highfill, Arkansas, which is about 62 miles away from Branson, MO. Between these two airports, service is offered to cities such as Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, and Denver which allows connections to other cities if necessary.
The Branson Airport, opened in May 2009. It is privately owned, and is the largest privately owned commercial airport in the United States. Over the years, the airport has had on-off service from carriers such as AirTran, Sun Country, and Frontier, but these carriers have either ceased operations or have pulled air service from the Branson Airport.
Besides the numerous entertainment theaters for which Branson is known, other local attractions include Hollywood Wax Museum Branson, Silver Dollar City, White Water, Branson Top Ops, Mount Pleasant Winery, Dolly Parton’s Stampede, ziplines, cave tours, go-karts, mini golf, and more. Ripley’s Odditorium is housed in a building that has been made to look as if it is cracked wide open by an earthquake or other disaster, while the Titanic Museum is a half-scale replica of the famous ship and iceberg.
Due to Branson being known for family-oriented tourism, casino gambling is frowned upon and it does not exist in this area. However, Branson’s neighboring cities do offer those types of entertainments for those who enjoy gambling.