Registration and Information Desk

 

The Registration and Information desk is located on the second floor of the hotel near Mezzanine East. The desk will be open at:

 

Sunday, September 18, 4:00 p.m. and will remain open for the duration of the conference.

 

Dress Code

 

Dress code for conference meetings Sunday, September 18- Friday, September 23 is business casual attire.

 

Dress code for evening programs on Sunday, September 18, Tuesday, September 20, and Friday, September 23 is business professional attire.

 

Dress code for the Excursions on Wednesday, September, 21 are below:

 

Everglades Adventure: Please wear casual clothing and comfortable shoes.  Sunglasses, hats and sunscreen are strongly recommended

 

Villa Vizcaya Museum & Fairchild Tropical Garden: Please wear casual clothing and comfortable shoes.  Sunglasses, hats and sunscreen are strongly recommended.

 

Key Biscayne Kayaking at Crandon Park: Closed toe shoes are required.  Guests should wear comfortable clothing, and bring bathing shorts/suits and a change of clothes. Sunglasses, hats and sunscreen are strongly recommended.

 

Name Badges Required for Admission

 

All participants will receive an identification badge upon registration. Name badges are required at all times for identification purposes and admission to the meeting sessions, lunches, coffee breaks, receptions, and dinners. Otherwise, you may be declined for admission.  If you lose your name badge, please approach the Registration Desk to get a replacement.

 

Message from InterContinental Hotel on Zika Management:

 

“As always the safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority at the InterContinental Miami. While our hotel is not located in the zone affected by Zika, we are encouraging our guests to follow all recommended precautions when outdoors. The meeting spaces and ballrooms at InterContinental Miami are located indoors, and it’s business as usual outside on the streets of downtown Miami. The Centers for Disease Control and the Florida Department of Health suggest that visitors to the affected areas take the following preventative measures into consideration:

  • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants;
  • Stay in places with air conditioning or that use window and door screens to keep mosquitoes outside;
  • Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellents.  All EPA-registered insect repellents are evaluated for safety and effectiveness.
  • Always follow the product label instructions
  • Reapply insect repellent every few hours
  • Do not spray repellent on the skin under clothing”