2020 API International Trade and Customs Conference
When: March 22, 2020 - March 24, 2020
Where:The Windsor Court Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
With so many dramatic changes domestically and internationally, the petroleum industry and its affiliates face new challenges and remarkable opportunities. Energy policy proves increasingly paramount with direct regard to economic development and trade vitality. Join API in March 2020 for the annual International Trade and Customs Conference. With a wide range of speakers from relevant backgrounds, the 2020 conference seeks to tackle subjects that include foreign trade agreements, industry updates, sanctions, and much more. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn and connect with industry members. We’ll see you in New Orleans.
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Application Deadline: March 2, 2020
Artwork Deadline: March 2, 2020
The Windsor Court Hotel
300 Gravier St
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Call: 855- 264-1283
Room Rate: $249 Single or Double Occupancy; Mention API Group Rate
Reservation Deadline: February 28, 2020 or until room block is sold out
Avoid Housing Scams
Note: API has not contracted with any third party for hotel arrangements and will not call or email you directly to make housing arrangements on your behalf.
Should you receive a call or email from a third-party provider, please collect as much information as you can and let us know immediately. “Room Poachers” have been known to act as representatives of API, or authorized providers of API, to offer room discounts or alternative accommodations to our attendees – often to the attendee’s detriment. These companies are not affiliated with API, and reservations made through these companies for our meeting cannot be guaranteed.
How It Works
This deceptive practice (called “room poaching”) is carried out by third‐party companies that act as travel agencies, wholesalers, or even API to solicit registrants for room reservations. The poacher might inform registrants that the hotel room block is “sold out,” and that if you do not book with them immediately, you may not get a room. Room poachers make it more difficult for us to meet our room block commitments, and expose us to penalties and increased room rates for our events. Room poachers often don’t deliver on promises to customers. When customers arrive, reservations are non‐existent or the hotels are not conveniently located. Sometimes the rooms have been cancelled and hefty cancellation fees have been placed on the customer’s credit card.
Don’t Be Deceived
If you are contacted by anyone asking if you need a room for the API Conference, please get as much information as you can (their name, company name, phone number, etc.) and pass it along to firstname.lastname@example.org. Always make your room reservation directly with the information provided by API or a trusted source.
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