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CONVENTION UPDATE: Orlando Grande Lakes Hotels

CONVENTION UPDATE: Orlando Grande Lakes Hotels

NEW ORLEANS – The luxurious Orlando Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida, will serve as the host of the 2016 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Convention on December 13-16.

Rooms for Convention-goers are available at both of the world-class resorts on the Orlando Grande Lakes property: the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes Resort & Spa and the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes.

Take a look at everything the Orlando Grande Lakes complex has to offer on the USTFCCCA Convention website.

The best part? USTFCCCA Convention attendees can enjoy either hotel and all they have to offer for an exclusive Convention rate of $134 per night (plus tax).

Click here to make your reservation.

This special rate is available only for registered USTFCCCA convention-goers. Attendees can check in with this discounted rate as early as December 10 and stay through December 19.

Rooms at this rate are available on a first-come-first-served basis through December 4.

Please note that hotel rates are separate from the cost of USTFCCCA Convention registration. Attendees are responsible for making their own reservations.

Looking For a Roommate?

For Convention attendees looking to keep their costs down, the USTFCCCA is once again facilitating a “Roommate Finder” service.

Convention-goers can use the service a couple different ways.

First, users can post a listing to the Roommate Finder List using the Roommate Finder Form that will allow other attendees the opportunity to contact them.

Conversely, users can browse the Roommate Finder List to find and contact another attendee with whom they can share a hotel room throughout the Convention.

It is the responsibility of those looking to share a hotel room to contact one another and coordinate room reservations.

As this is a service of the USTFCCCA, please do not contact the JW Marriott or Ritz-Carlton with questions. Questions should be directed to Kristina Taylor of the USTFCCCA.