MHA Hotel Registration and Final Program

By May 22, 2015

The following message is from our friends at The Mormon History Association: 

 

Have you reserved your room yet for the fast-approaching MHA conference? MHA has arranged for a discounted room rate of just $99/night at the conference hotel, the Provo Marriott. Call 801-377-4700 to make your reservations. Be sure to mention MHA to receive the group rate. If you are interested in finding a roommate to share the cost of the room, send us an email to 2015conference@mormonhistoryassociation.org and we’ll assist you. Type “room share” in the email’s subject line when you contact us.

 

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$99 for a Marriott room is a fantastic bargain if you don’t have accommodations arranged, please take advantage of this deal. Then you don’t have to worry about driving home from the conference at night, driving to the conference in the morning, or the burden of forgetting something important in your hotel room. If costs are an issue, there are many folks looking to share a room to defer costs. Be sure to take advantage of the MHA’s offer to line you up with a roommate who is as interested in Mormon History as you are!

You can also view the final program for the conference here: MHA Program-Final. See you in Provo!

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Comments

  1. Two more weeks! Two more weeks!

    Comment by Ben P — May 22, 2015 @ 11:33 am

  2. […] conference per person if you register by Tuesday. MHA also got special rates on the hotel ($99 a night plus ability to share rooms). I?ll be there to attend and present and I am involved with organization more broadly, but I […]

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