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Avercast Regional Customer Conference 2017 - Philadelphia, PA
September 19, 2017
Join us at our upcoming regional conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania! Philly is notable for its rich history. Just a short train ride from our hotel is the world famous Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites. Also iconic are the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, immortalized by Sylvester Stallone's triumphant run in the film "Rocky."
Our conference hotel venue is conveniently located just minutes away from the Philadelphia Airport and offers a free airport shuttle service to and from the airport and to the train station (for access to downtown and historical sites).
For anyone who would like to join the Avercast team, we will be arriving on Sunday September 17, 2017 and takng the day on Monday September 18, 2017 to ride the train into Philadelphia to visit the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
For the evening, we will head over to Citizens Bank Park to watch the Philadelphia Phillies take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. The baseball game tickets are complimentary, courtesy of Avercast, LLC. Any conference attendee wishing to join the Avercast team for the Liberty Bell & Independance Hall tours and/or for the baseball game must RSVP to Jason Averill (email@example.com) no later than Monday September 4, 2017. We will be looking forward to seeing you all in Philly!
Both a continental breakfast and a lunch will be provided to each conference attendee.
Registration is $295 per attendee, per regional conference.Register Now
Philadelphia is where the American Dream was founded. It's where courageous visionaries crafted the model for modern-day democracy that inspires people globally to embrace the power of their individuality and our human potential.
Philadelphia is home to iconic places such as Independence Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that changed the world when the fathers of our nation used the location to debate and adopt both the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.
Area attractions include:
- The Liberty Bell, a symbol of freedom that predates our nation's birth. Legend holds it sustained its trademark crack when it was rung to announce the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
- The President's House, where both George Washington and John Adams spent most of their presidencies before the White House was built in Washington, D.C.
- National Museum of American Jewish History, the only major National Museum dedicated to telling the story of the Jewish people in America from 1654 to present.
- African American Museum in Philadelphia, where visitors can explore the history and stories of African-American people and those of the African Diaspora.
- The National Constitution Center, an interactive museum dedicated to the document on which our nation was founded, and the impact different interpretations of the document have had on the nation and world since it was adopted in 1789.
- Carpenter's Hall, the meeting place of the First Continental Congress in 1774. The seed of the American Revolution were planted here when delegates from 12 of the 13 colonies agreed to boycott British imports.
- Franklin Court, the Philadelphia home of statesman, author, printer, inventor, postmaster, activist and more. The building also is the nation's first post office.
- And more...
Visit www.discoverphl.com for more information.