Conference Registration / Hotel Reservations

Registration Fees

  By April 25, 2014 After April 25, 2014
INDA Member   
Full Conference $1195 $1395
Networking Registration
(Coffee Breaks and Receptions only
$495 $595
Full Conference $1695 $1995
Networking Registration
(Coffee Breaks and Receptions only
$695 $795
Welcome Reception
Monday, June 2 (RSVP needed)
0 0
Dine with Industry Thought Leaders
Wednesday evening, June 4
$60 $60

Register On-line

Faxable Registration Form

Table Top Reservations

Tuesday, June 3, 2014 ▪ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 ▪ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

  INDA Member Non-Member
Table-top Display $995 $1395

Table-Top Reservation Form

Table-Top Online Reservations

Please contact Misty Ayers at (919) 233-1210 Ext. 112 or email at

Hotel Reservations

The Depot Renaissance

Hotel block is now full

The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
225 South 3rd Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Phone: (612) 375-1700  
Toll Free: (866) 211-4611
Fax: (612) 375-1300

Alternative Hotels

INDA is pleased to provide specially priced rooms at a discount rate for the World of Wipes Conference. At this time The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Downtown rooming block has been filled. We have acquired various hotel rooming blocks with surrounding hotels, at discount rates ranging from $160.00 to $250.00

Rates are non-commissionable and room reservations may be made at this rate as long as rooms are available in the group block. We have a limited amount of rooms and reservation requests are processed in the order in which they are received, so we encourage you to please submit your request as soon as possible. Deadline Date: May 21, 2014.

Hotel Reservation Form


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WOW Committee Members

The exceptionally strong conference program of WOW 2014 is an example of the commitment and leadership of INDA's WOW 2014 conference Committee. INDA would like to thank those individuals who gave their time to support WOW.

  • Nick Santoleri, Rockline Industries — Chairman
  • Robert Boyer, Kleen Test Products
  • Jim Brown, Elsner Engineering Works, Inc.
  • Ginny Casstevens, Jacob Holm Industries (America), Inc.
  • Karen Castle, Suominen Nonwovens
  • David Choi, Ashland Inc.
  • Octavius Davies, IMERYS Performance Minerals
  • Kyra Dorsey, Suominen Nonwovens
  • Mark Janulis, Andritz, Inc.
  • Rick Jezzi, A.D. Jezzi & Associates, LLC
  • Rob Johnson, Smith Johnson & Associates
  • Sam Naggiar, BASF
  • Hans Neisser, Branson Ultrasonics Corp.
  • Jan O'Regan, Cotton Incorporated
  • Uday Raval, Kimberly-Clark Professional
  • Michael Sherman, PDI
  • Jeff Slosman, National Wiper Alliance Inc.
  • Tom Smilanich, Rockline Industries
  • Michael Sprangers, Sellars
  • Susan Stansbury, Right Angle Concepts
  • Brad VanPay, Georgia-Pacific Nonwovens Group
  • Paul Vasquez, H.B. Fuller
  • Steve Ward, PGI
  • Jeff Willis, Nonwovens by Design
  • C.K. Wong, U.S. Pacific Nonwovens Industry Ltd.




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