ESPA Annual Conference

ESPA 2024 Annual Conference
January 19-21, 2024
Indianapolis, IN

Event Service Professionals: This is Your Event


Whether you are with a DMO, Hotel, or Venue (Convention Center, Conference Center, local Attraction or Special Event Venue), take a road trip to Indy. We’ve got the education and networking ready when you get here.

When? January 19-21, 2024

Where? Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

ESPA is the only association dedicated to advancing the professional development of event service managers thereby building the bottom lines of the hotels, facilities and CVBs they work for. We recognize and understand the day-to-day challenges Services professionals face; our programming is geared to help you achieve success, find solutions, and grow in your career.

Conference Features

Roundtables to Build Peer Relationships

Breakouts for All Levels

Leaders Program for Directors and VPs of Service

On the Road with Indy Workshops

Featured Speakers

Opening Keynote

Events with Impact: How the Industry is Addressing Environmental and Social Challenges

Tim Trefzer, Vice President of Sports and Venues
Honeycomb Strategies

Closing Keynote

Creating Magic: Inspiring the Future of Event Services in 2024 and Beyond

Kimberly S. Reed, M.Ed.,
CDE®, Award Winning Diversity,
Equality, Inclusion and Belonging Executive and Advisor, Author and International
Inspirational Speaker, Reed Development Group (RDG)

Leaders Program

Realistic Retention Roadmap: Creating Your Plan for Sustainable Success

Cara Silletto, MBA, CSP,  President & Chief Retention Officer
Magnet Culture

Leader Program

Associate Director, Director, VP attendees – Join our Leaders program, the perfect opportunity to network with your industry peers.

    • Friday afternoon, January 19, 2:00-5:00pm. Featuring Realistic Retention Roadmap: Creating Your Plan for Sustainable Success, Cara Silletto MBA, CSP, President & Chief Retention Officer, Magnet Culture
    • Sunday: Join roundtables dedicated to topics that are impacting leaders in Event Service positions.

Note: The Friday session is an optional program with a fee of $65.


Realistic Retention Roadmap: Creating Your Plan for Sustainable Success, by Cara Silletto, Magnet Culture

In today’s challenging workforce market, changes must be made to stabilize staffing and return to a higher quality of care and profitability. But how exactly do we move forward when we’re already short-staffed and have no time to determine which changes will be most beneficial or ultimately implement those changes to create that better place to work?

In this valuable session, Magnet Culture will provide an audit of the current effectiveness and attractiveness of your organization as an employer, and then support your creation of a realistic retention roadmap identifying which areas of the business can function as they are, which need a simple tune-up, and which must go into the shop for an extensive overhaul.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify gaps between where our culture is today versus where it needs to be to effectively attract and retain talent.
  • Prioritize potential retention initiatives to gain the greatest ROI with the smallest time commitment.
  • Discuss a plan of action for retention initiatives that will make a difference.

We have three optional excursions to get you out and about in Indy on Friday afternoon: 

History and All that Jazz Tour
Explore Indianapolis’ African-American historical areas and structures. This tour includes the Madam Walker Legacy Center built in honor of America’s First self-made millionaire, Madam C.J. Walker. You will also visit the Crispus Attucks Museum, which celebrates outstanding contributions made by African-Americans. This tour is a combination of walking and van transportation. Fee $45.  Register as part of the ESPA Registration process.

Indy Monuments & Mural Selfie Tour

Indianapolis has the greatest number of monuments in the country outside of DC.  Join for a fun and interesting tour of Indy Monuments & Murals as you learn about the history of some of the most notable historic monuments and murals in town. There will be plenty of photo and “selfie” opportunities. Transportation included. Fee: $40. Register as part of the ESPA Registration process.

Indy Brew Pass Tour

Day Drinking…why not?!  Sample, tour, learn the brewing process while stopping at 3-4 members of the Indy Craft Pass. While on the tour, you will learn about how the Indy Craft Pass was developed, how it works, how our partners engage with Visit Indy, and lessons learned along the way!  Fee: $40. Register as part of the ESPA Registration process.

Indy welcomes ESPA!

Mark your calendars and prepare for an evening of epic proportions, where the cocktails are flowing, the music is pumping, and the memories are made.

This is an event you won’t want to miss! So put on your dancing shoes, bring your appetite, and get ready for a night of unforgettable fun and fabulousness!

It’s going to be a soirée to remember! #LoveINDY

Are you a night owl looking for somewhere to hangout and have fun with your fellow ESPA friends? Welcome to ESPAfter hours! This space was designed for those looking to keep the energy of an exciting conference going after the daily activities have concluded. For the first time ever, we will have a late-night lounge available on Friday & Saturday with games, fun and of course, a cash bar! We hope to see you at our newest ESPA Conference can’t-miss event!

Most have heard of sustainability and think they have an understanding of what it means to be sustainable at least on a basic level. But what exactly does it mean for the events industry? How has this rapidly evolving space become a business imperative over the last two decades? With events, entertainers, and employees expecting sustainability to be addressed in operations, we’ll discuss what this might look like, including best practices, trends, and new opportunities. I’ll share examples and case studies of venues, sports, and events that are addressing social and environmental impacts in new and creative ways.

Expand your network at lighting speed with Speed Networking! In this year’s Speed Networking experience, you’ll meet fellow professionals, share expertise and make new connections to grow your network like never before. The session is presented and facilitated by Lauren Ansley of Ansley Corporate Entertainment. Ansley Corporate Entertainment infuses energy and connection into business meetings, conferences and special events. Oh, and be sure to bring plenty of business cards because you’re going to need them!

Events with Impact, a Deeper Dive

Intrigued by what you heard during the keynote about sustainability and the events industry? Jump into the weeds in this session where we’ll get more detailed information, unique case studies, and tips for starting or improving a sustainability plan for your organization. If you’re seeking actionable takeaways or insightful data to support your efforts, you’ll not want to miss this.
Tim Trefzer, LEED AP
VP, Sports & Venues
Honeycomb Strategies

ChatGPT vs. Staff – A Comparative Analysis

This presentation focuses on the pros and cons of using ChatGPT against human staff in various domains. As chatbots become an increasingly common part of our daily interactions, it is essential to evaluate their effectiveness and limitations compared to human support. Today, we will explore the advantages and disadvantages of using ChatGPT as opposed to human staff in service and support roles. Let’s dive in!

Women In Sports & Entertainment

Hear from a panel of executive leaders including professionals from Indianapolis WISE (Women in Sports & Entertainment) and how they have risen in the sports industry. Speakers will share tips and experiences and how they have overcome challenges throughout their careers. Learn new best practices as you grow in your career in the hospitality industry.

Conscious Management: How to Balance Your Time and Energy to Meet Professional Commitments, Part 1

Learn to define what work/life balance means to you. Join this presentation about the importance of aligning work/life balance to your project management timeline. You will hear from an expert panel of executive leaders about the importance of mental well-being and creating balance in the planning process. We will provide helpful resources to practice working smarter not harder utilizing existing resources within your team, as well as self-care techniques.

CSR: Not Just a Hot Topic

What is CSR and why does it matter? Learn how DMOs, hotels, and event venues foster CSR with the groups that are coming to their spaces as well as how to get more buy-in from corporate professionals and manage client expectations. Hear from a panel on how their venues/destinations have effectively put CSR into practice.

Conscious Management: How to Manage Stakeholder Expectations While Communicating Effectively, Part 2

Time to role play! Learn how to manage project goals while managing internal and external stakeholder expectations. Understand the importance of communication and planning to ensure that everyone is on the same page.

What is the Future of CVB Housing for Your City?

This roundtable discussion will talk about current issues that cities are facing and how best to move forward with your housing strategy. With third-party companies doing more for conventions & sports groups, how do CVBs stay relevant, keep or grow their staff, or determine which events need housing services? We’ll talk about it here!

Continuing the Conversation: Crucial Challenges in the Hospitality Industry

Join us for this discussion on how Legislative Dilemmas, Homelessness, and Human Trafficking may be impacting our destinations. Hear from industry professionals on how these topics impact meeting/events and listen to case studies of mitigating these types of challenges. After this May webinar topic received tremendous feedback, we want to continue this important conversation.

As hospitality continues to reinvent itself in response to emerging trends—this dynamic panel of executives will delve into how their organizations are embracing the ever-changing models of service. From digital and contactless services to personalization and customization—they will share their valued insights on how we currently meet the mark, how we will continue to provide lasting experiences, and how we forecast for the future and much more. A conversation not to be missed as we focus on staying adaptable and customer-focused whilst navigating and exploring our evolving hospitality industry.

All the best road trips include stops at visitor centers, so we had to include a Visitor Center themed Happy Hour! Come stop by to grab some road trip snacks, fuel up at the bar and take photos with your ESPA family. The theme is “Rep your Destination”  so please wear attire that represents your state or city! We all love tchotchkes so bring so of yours from the past year to share with your fellow attendees at our Souvenir Shop.

We have a variety of options for you to experience Indy on your Saturday night out.  Some require advance sign-up.  Read all about it here: 

No advance sign up required:

Experience Mass Avenue/Bottleworks

Mass Ave features many of Indy’s most well-known establishments and attractions. Art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and bars punctuate this cultural district, one of the closest neighborhoods from the heart of downtown. Along Mass Ave you will also find the Bottleworks District which includes The Garage Food Hall, Living Room Movie Theatre, Pins Mechanical for bowling and entertainment, Woodhouse Day Spa, Bottleworks Hotel, and more.  An ESPA-hosted shuttle bus will run loops from the Hyatt during this evening and drop off at 2 stops along Mass Ave so that attendees can choose a restaurant along the way or head directly to Bottleworks. You can create your own Mass Ave experience!  We will also have some dinner sign up sheets on site for a few of the restaurants in the area so you can join up with fellow members. 

Indiana’s Oldest Bar – The Slippery Noodle Inn & Blues

Enjoy dinner (bar food!) and music as you visit the oldest bar (est. 1850) in Indiana that has been praised to be one of the nation’s top blues bars by Rolling Stone magazine. Walk around and enjoy the live music from several stages and keep your eyes posted for some remaining bullet slugs from the famous Brady & Dillinger gangs during the Prohibition.   No reservations required.  (Walking distance from the Hyatt.)

Ice Skating at Bicentennial Plaza (Tentative)

Ice skate next to the Gainbridge Fieldhouse at the Bicentennial Unity Plaza where you are greeted by captivating landscapes and art installations as you glide down the ice.

Advance registration or ticket purchase required for the following options:

Group Dinner @ Harry & Izzy’s Restaurant

This will be an opportunity to dine with fellow ESPA members at an Indy classic.  Harry & Izzy’s is an independent, upscale American Grill located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, within walking distance of the Hyatt. Its ambiance exudes class and sophistication in a comfortable setting. Enjoy the world-famous St. Elmo Shrimp Cocktail and make sure to bring along extra tissues because it brings the heat!  Dinner reservations at 6:30pm, limited to the first 20 RSVPs, attendees will pay on-site. (Walking distance from the Hyatt.) Reserve your seat through the ESPA Registration portal.

Mind Tripping Show

The Mind Tripping Show is an intimate, interactive, theatrical show by husband-and-wife duo, Christian and Katalina. Mind Reading, Influence, Psychological Illusions, and Comedy all come together to create a fantastic night of delightful fun! Show times at 5pm and 8pm at the Hilton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites, 120 W. Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Purchase tickets here! (Walking distance from the Hyatt.)

Indiana Repertory Theater Performance of Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer

Directly across from the Hyatt, experience a great theatrical performance at the Indiana Reperatory Theater.  Rising from humble roots as the daughter of a Mississippi sharecropper, Fannie Lou Hamer became a leader in the struggle for voting rights at a time when Civil Rights were far from Secure. Her grit and determination to keep fighting, through bad times as well as good, shows what it means to be a true revolutionary. You’ll be clapping and crying and singing along with a show that is part theatre, part gospel revival, and all inspiration. Saturday show is at 5:00pm, Sunday show is at 6:00pm.  Purchase tickets here!

Are you a night owl looking for somewhere to hangout and have fun with your fellow ESPA friends? Welcome to ESPAfter hours! This space was designed for those looking to keep the energy of an exciting conference going after the daily activities have concluded. For the first time ever, we will have a late-night lounge available on Friday & Saturday with games, fun and of course, a cash bar! We hope to see you at our newest ESPA Conference can’t-miss event!

Developing a Relationship with Public Safety, Part 1

Working with a conference goes much deeper than BEOs, meals and sleeping rooms. A relationship with your local law enforcement is key when looking at the big picture of a conference in your city. Listen to some best practices that have been developed with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and their CVB and partners to create a better awareness of events that come to their city.

DEIA – Including ‘Accessibility’

Hear from peers on the evolving definition of accessibility as part of DEI initiatives. The ESPA Accessibility Task Force will share their latest resource meant to guide members on the full meaning of accessibility and how destinations and venues can evaluate their own attributes in this area. We will also delve into case studies to learn how destinations, venues, and hotels are working with community partners to provide accessible solutions for their clients.

High-Level Sports and Your Community: Making the Service Connection

What are the keys to providing great service to high-level sports events? This panel (Indy Car, NCAA, USA Gymnastics) will share their thoughts on what city services (hotels, convention center, CVB) can do to ease the planning process and help them focus on having an excellent sports event in your city.

Using Technology to Serve Up Smarter Destination Experiences

In this session, we’ll look at what to expect from a convention traveler and how it may differ from past years. Conventions are more intentional and thoughtful now and so are the attendees. Zartico will detail how the destination can learn more from each event, communicate with attendees in a more personal way and how create new KPIs for the effectiveness of each event in the community. How can we track convention movement through the community? Who books outside the block, where do they go at night and where do they spend their time and money? Do they extend their stays? Learn more in this informative session.

Personal Growth: The Road to Services

Join this conversation on the many paths to get to your current services role—bonus points for taking a non-traditional path! This session is good for newbies as it showcases the great things about working in services. It’s also a great session for the experienced servicer who wants to share how they got to where they are today. There are so many directions and transferable skill sets that lead into our industry. How does your non-traditional path into services help you now when handling your events or groups?

No Marketing Team? No Problem!

Sometimes as service professionals we are tasked with creating flyers, art, or collateral for groups and events without the support of a marketing department. In this hands-on workshop, we will discuss how marketing plays a role in our careers and discover tools that can help us if this area is not our expertise. After discussing the ideas, follow along with a marketing professional to create your very own event flyer on CANVA. Learn tips and tricks on how to create polished collateral on your own!

Developing a Relationship with Public Safety, Part 2

During this session, we will dive deeper into different risk/safety scenarios that could take place in your community and have roundtable discussions on how to anticipate and mediate any situations that arise to be better prepared for future conferences.

Let’s Talk Authentic Experiences – Time to Butter Up Your Clients!

It’s no secret that attendees and meeting planners want more out of their convention experience. Current trends show that attendees want to experience the destination beyond their meeting space. Join us for an interactive session where you will participate in a hands-on butter grazing board and mocktail workshop led by a member of the esteemed Hyatt culinary team and learn about curating creative and authentic signature experiences that are unique to your destination. (Additional fee of $55.00 required)

During this interactive session, attendees will have the opportunity for conversation with your peers on the topics that matter most! Learn what others are doing, share your experiences, gain new insights and ideas. You can select from a variety of emphasis areas:

  • Leaders – those in our Leaders group will have an opportunity for roundtables as part 2 of our Leaders track. (Part 1 is Friday afternoon – see Friday for additional details.)
  • DMOs
  • Venue(s) – Hotels/Convention Centers/Event Venues
  • Sports
  • Q&A with Planners (limited availability)

Each of you has a critical contribution to creating magic for organizations and people to see the unimaginable through event service and planning. Your leadership and role touches people every single day. It takes creativity; innovation and a team of knowledgeable, compassionate and customer service lead experts to inspire the future of an industry!

Are you ready?

Join Kimberly for a vibrant and interactive discussion about how each of you consciously create and foster connections with others every day, and are committed to building trust, optimism, hope and commitment with your organizations. Learn valuable tips and leverage the power of leading with authenticity to foster an environment where your customers and teams can succeed and thrive! Kimberly will also discuss a vital ingredient to all that we do, OPTIMISM, and how it always wins!

1. On Location: Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium

Two venues, overseen by one board with 566,600 sq. ft. of contiguous exhibit space. From tradeshows and conventions to dirt bikes and concerts, walk behind the scenes with Event Services Director Chad Wilke and his team to see how they make it all happen.  Featured venues:

Indiana Convention Center from standard tradeshows to semi-truck driving championships, to fire fighters with live fire drills and everything in between, let alone hosting the entirety of the NCAA Championships during COVID in a bubble. This Center has seen it all.

Lucas Oil Stadium from NFL Football games, to loading in tons of dirt for Motorcross Supercross, to building Olympic sized pools for USA Olympic Swimming Trials and closing out the year with not 1, not 2 but 3 nights of Taylor Swift, Lucas Oil Stadium is preparing for an epic 2024.

Note: This tour will have an ample amount of walking.  Please be prepared for this, and wear comfortable shoes.

2. A Look at Unique Indy Event Venues:  White River State Park

Walk over to the beautiful White River State Park and take a look at the TCU Amphitheater and discuss how they host outdoor events in the different seasons. The next stop will take you to the Indiana State Museum for a discussion on how the museum incorporates local history into their events. The tour ends at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art for a look into how they tie the culture and representation of indigenous people into the events and catering at the venue.  Space is limited and will be first come-first served.

Note: This tour will have an ample amount of walking.  Please be prepared for this, and wear comfortable shoes.

3. A Cultural Event Case Study: Sacred Places at The Children’s Museum

The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is the world’s largest children’s museum with more than 1 million visitors annually. They recently opened a new exhibit, Sacred Places where you can explore sites that are sacred to communities around the world. The opening night event included speakers, music and food from various cultures and religions from around the globe. The museum and catering staff will discuss this opening event and how the food needed to represent the various cultures and religious dietary requirements. A tour of the exhibit will be included. Transportation provided.  Space is limited and will be first come-first served.

4. Operations through Renovations @ the Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Home to the NBA Pacers and managed by Pacers Sports & Entertainment, Gainbridge Fieldhouse went through a multi-million dollar renovation and new construction, all while hosting NBA games, concerts and numerous events. How do you continue with the show amid renovations? Hear from a panel on how they navigated these challenges at this local Indy venue.

Evening Networking & Optional Off-Site Activities

ESPA attendees know networking! Here are the deets…


    • There will be optional sightseeing tours to get to know Indy on Friday afternoon (Full details on the options available can be found in the schedule section above. Be sure to sign up early as some options have limited space).
    • The evening will start off with a fun New Member/First Timer reception at 5:30, hosted by the Board.
    • The team at Visit Indy has a not-to-miss Welcome Reception planned for all attendees. Themed All Roads Lead to Indy, many fun surprises are in store for a great evening that will mark the start of this year’s Conference.

Are you a night owl looking for somewhere to hangout and have fun with your fellow ESPA friends? Welcome to ESPAfter hours! This space was designed for those looking to keep the energy of an exciting conference going after the daily activities have concluded. For the first time ever, we will have a late-night lounge available on Friday & Saturday with games, fun and of course, a cash bar! We hope to see you at our newest ESPA Conference can’t miss event!

Saturday evening:

    • This year, we will have opportunities on both Friday afternoon and Saturday evening to sign up for fun ways to explore and enjoy our host city, Indy! Full details on the options available can be found in the schedule section above. Be sure to sign up early as some options have limited space.
    • ESPAfter hours will be back on night two!

Registration & Earning Credits

Note this link is for individual registrations only. Group registrations should use the link in the section below.  Note that this is a new ESPA Portal.  Members have received emailed instructions for logging in to the new Portal. Contact us if you need assistance,

Registration Rates

The following are the ESPA Conference Individual registration fees. Registration, but not payment, must be completed by November 30 to lock in the advance discount rate. Payment for registration received before November 30 must be received prior to the start of the conference: (Note: Members whose companies are Organizational members of ESPA, and who are registering 3+ people see below for group registration fees.)

Note there are two optional sessions that will require an additional fee. The Leaders Session will incur a $65 fee and the food & beverage session will have a $50 fee.

Advance Discount (Register by November 30) General
Active ESPA Member $799 $925
Non-Member $869 $985
One-Day Member (Either Saturday OR Sunday) (You may only register at this rate for one day) $400 $460
One-Day Non-Member (Either Saturday OR Sunday) (You may only register at this rate for one day)

Special ESPA Introductory Rate!

$400 $460
Student Rate (must provide proof of full time student status upon request. Not applicable if working in a full-time professional position.) $150 $150

ESPA Organization Member Registration fees:

Organization and Corporate Member group registrations fees are listed below. In order to register at the group registration fees, your company must be an Organization or Corporate Member of ESPA.

# of People attending from your company Advance Discount (Register by November 30) General Total Rate
3 people $2,337 $2,715
4 people $3,076 $3,580
5 people $3,795 $4,425

Conference registration cancellations received in writing by December 17 are eligible for a 50% refund on the ESPA Registration fee only. There are no refunds for cancellations received after this date; this includes cancellations that occur due to weather or other day-of air travel delays or cancellations as it is understood that ESPA has already included you in counts for F&B and other arrangements and therefore is responsible for all costs related to attendance.  Substitutions are accepted.

Please review our ESPA Consents & Code of Conduct.

Our Host Hotel: Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

The host hotel for the 2024 ESPA Annual Conference is the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. Beautifully designed and refined, the Hyatt Regency is a contemporary downtown Indianapolis hotel conveniently connected to the Indiana Convention Center and just steps from Lucas Oil Stadium. Savor fresh, farm-to-table cuisine at Fat Rooster diner or dine at The Eagle’s Nest and enjoy panoramic views from our revolving, rooftop restaurant in Indianapolis. Sip artisan martinis, signature cocktails, world-class wines, beer on tap, and shared plates at Level One, our upscale hotel lounge. Then wake to the aromas of fresh-brewed coffee at our Starbucks® Coffee Shop in the lobby.

ESPA Group Room Rate: $189

Click here to book today.

Be sure to book prior to the December 20 room block cut-off date.

“Attending the ESPA Annual Conference provides the re-charge needed to start the new year off on a positive note. The quality of professional speakers provides me with new insights and enhanced learning opportunities as our business is always changing.”

“The impact of meeting face to face with my peers is priceless and provides that learning environment where you can really discuss what’s going on and get immediate helpful feedback. These personal interactions can’t be replicated via email or during online meetings.”

Paul Ruby, CMP, Director of Conference Services & Events
The Lodge at Gulf State Park

ESPA provides a platform to learn from industry peers, stay up on industry trends and build lasting and trusted relationships across North America. It also allows us to share information with each other regarding client events so we can put our best foot forward when serving our customers. It’s not about the competition, it’s about delivering above the customers’ expectations with hopes to rebook business.

Beth Butler, Director
Destination Services, Visit Charlotte

“We are passionate, creative service professionals who thrive on serving our communities and empowering fellow members. Whether we are gathered in person or virtually, the energy is positive and powerful. I love hearing from our members who unselfishly share their knowledge and experiences.”

Kasia Koontz, Destination Services Manager
Explore Evansville

Meet Our Partners & Sponsors

Members of ESPA make their own purchasing decisions and have influence on tens of thousands of meeting planners who hold events at their venues and destinations. The exposure is tremendous—and we can find the perfect partnership with your business to make the experience with ESPA truly successful. Find the sponsorship opportunity that’s right for you. Email Lynn McCullough with questions.

Elite Partners


ESPA Friends

Our Host CVB: Visit Indy

We are excited to be working with the Visit Indy Destination Experience Team as our host organization for this event.  They are helping us to plan our off-site activities including our On the Road with Indy educational series, our off site tours, and of course our Saturday night networking event.

Introducing Indy!

A city known for fast cars and blockbuster events has also gained acclaim for a flourishing culinary and brewing scene, thriving cultural institutions, cool neighborhoods, and so much more. We invite you to enjoy our legendary hospitality. 


ESPA has your wellness in mind during your stay in Indy.

Health + Wellness activity

Start off your Sunday at 7:00am with a wellness activity to get you charged up for the day. Sponsored by Visit Greater Palm Springs, this will be a calming meditation session, and wrapping up with a fun interactive activity.  Sign up early because space is limited.

ESPA will offer a Quiet Space for those who may be sensitive to light or sound, or who just need a quiet break between sessions to rejuvenate without the need to go to your room to do it.

Healthy Meals and Lots of Water! In addition to the above programs, we will be sure to select healthy options for attendee meals and will have lots of H20 available! Be sure to bring a portable water bottle so you can keep hydrated as you ramp up those steps!

Let’s get walking! The On the Road with Indy Workshops taking place on Sunday will all be walking tours. This is a great opportunity to see the city, learn and get your body moving! (We will offer transportation options for anyone requiring mobility assistance for the tours.)

Questions? Need registration assistance?

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