Located in what is known as “Upstate South Carolina,” Greenville is the state’s second-largest city. It’s about halfway between Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC, and like its larger neighbors, it is a thriving business center. The city was known as the “Textile Center of the World” back in 1917, but today the Greenville area is home to a wide range of industries and dozens of international companies, including BASF, BMW and Michelin.Selecting Greenville to host INDA’s ﬁrst CAB Conference was a natural. The average daily high temperature for April is 71° F, and if you have never visited or lived in the Southern U.S. during the spring, you’re in for a treat. Flowering plants and bright seasonal colors should be out in full force, especially in the beautiful downtown park just a few blocks away from the Hyatt Regency Greenville.
|By March 2, 2012||After March 2, 2012|
|Speed Networking Luncheon
(conference registration required)
Please contact Tracey Bailey at (919) 233-1210 Ext. 129 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
HYATT REGENCY GREENVILLE
220 North Main Street
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Tel: +1 864 235 1234 Fax: +1 864 232 7584
HYATT REGENCY IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT
March 20, 2012
After March 20, 2012, rates and room availability cannot be guaranteed. Rate
is non-commissionable. Room reservations may be made at these rates as long as
rooms are available in the group block.
Program subject to change.
The opinions expressed at CAB 2012 are those of the speakers and not necessarily that of INDA or its Board of Directors.