The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) 2009 Annual Meeting is set to take place March 12-15 at the Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, Calif.
According to a press release, RVIA is holding the line of registration costs by keeping the fee at $375 as it has been for the past several years to “encourage more participation from association members.”
Additionally, the pricing structure is being changed to lower the cost for multiple attendees from the same company. The first representative from a member company will pay the full $375 registration fee while subsequent attendees from the same company will pay $275.
RVIA said attendees will have numerous opportunities to learn about the association, attend educational seminars and interact with business colleagues. In addition, the program is being crafted to “specifically address concerns of RV manufacturers and their supplier companies.”
The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, situated atop a 150-foot bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, provides a picturesque setting for the event. The area offers a wide variety of activities as the hotel is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, next to the Monarch Bay Golf Links and less than six miles from San Juan Capistrano and Laguna Beach.
The area is home to Mission San Juan Capistrano, which was founded more than 200 years ago and was originally built as a self-sufficient community by Spanish padres and Indians. Today, it is a monument to California’s multi-cultural history.
Laguna is also Southern California’s premier seaside artist haven – with quaint cottages, subtropical gardens and sandy coves stretching along a seven-mile scenic coastline.
For more information or to become an Annual Meeting sponsor, contact RVIA’s Meetings Department at (703) 620-6003, ext. 305.