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Rooms added for BLETís Myrtle Beach regional meeting

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, June 20 ó Extra rooms have been added to the BLET room block for those who wish to arrive early for the BLETís upcoming regional meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The meeting will be held at the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort, August 14-18, 2017.

Due to high demand, additional rooms are now available for members and their families who wish to arrive on Sunday, August 13. Convention registration and a welcome reception will take place on Monday, August 14. However, all rooms are going quickly and the availability of room styles may be limited.

The meeting will offer numerous training classes for members and will provide them with the opportunity to hear reports from the Brotherhoodís National Division officers.

Those attending will stay at the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort (10000 Beach Club Drive Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572, (843) 449-5000). BLET convention registration as well as hotel registration can be made through the BLETís regional meeting website, www.bletregionals.org. If making reservations by telephone, you must mention the group code ďBLE1.Ē Please be advised that all room reservations must be made by July 14, 2017.

Located right on the ocean, the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort is moments from unique shops, delicious dining, and exciting entertainment.

The Myrtle Beach regional meeting kicks off with registration and a welcome reception on Monday, August 14. Opening ceremonies will take place the morning of Tuesday, August 15, with a closed meeting for BLET members that afternoon. A golf tournament will be held on Wednesday, August 16, at the Barefoot Resort Dye Course. The cost to register for the golf tournament is $160 per person. Non-golfers will be on their own to explore the many different entertainment options that Myrtle Beach has to offer.

Workshops will be held for Local Chairmen, Secretary-Treasurers and Legislative Representatives throughout the day on Thursday, August 17. The BLETís Myrtle Beach regional meeting will conclude with a banquet the evening of August 17. Attendees will travel home on August 18.

There is no cost for BLET members who wish to attend the August 15 meetings and August 17 workshops only; however, there will be fees for those members, and their guests, who choose to attend the meals and receptions. The cost of full registration (including all meetings, workshops, the banquet and all BLET sponsored meals) is $200 per person. The cost is $150 to register for all of the above EXCEPT the banquet. Additionally, reduced childrenís registration and a la carte meal registration options are also available. Please visit www.bletregionals.org for more information about the registration process.

The website www.bletregionals.org has been established as a one-stop shopping opportunity for all future BLET regional meetings. Please visit the BLET website, Facebook page, and www.bletregionals.org for the latest information.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017
bentley@ble-t.org

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