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2018 MTRA Annual Conference & Regulators’ School

Snow King Hotel
400 E Snow King Avenue
Jackson, WY 83001


October 1 afternoon    School for Regulators
October 1 afternoon    Peer-to-Peer conversation for Commissioners/Deputies
October 2 morning      School for Regulators, continues
October 2 afternoon    NMLS/SES for Industry
October 2 afternoon    Industry Forum for MSBs and affiliated industry partners such as attorneys
October 2 afternoon    MTRA Members Business Meeting & Round table Discussions
October 3                      Annual Conference
October 4                      Annual Conference, ends at noon
October 4 afternoon    NMLS/SES for regulators

Use this link to register online>>
Fees will be:
$650    Member regulator (school and conference)
$150    Member regulator (school only)
$600    Member regulator (conference only)
$750    Non-member regulator (FInCEN, CFPB, IRS) or Associations
$900    Industry (MTs, attorneys, other consultants) Early Bird (ends August 17)
$1050  Industry (MTs, attorneys, other consultants) Standard (August 18-31)
$1150  Industry (MTs, attorneys, other consultants) Late (September 1-14)

Registration numbers will be limited for the conference. Priority will be given to MTRA regulator members.

per diem rooms can be booked through this link>>

PLEASE NOTE: No deposit is required at the time of booking. If cancelled outside of 7 days prior to arrival, no penalty will be assessed. The total cost of the room will be taken as a deposit 7 days prior to arrival. If cancelled within 7 days of arrival, entire stay will be forfeited. At the present time, the GSA rate is $129; there is no resort fee for government employees. October 2018 rates have not yet been published.
If you want to extend your stay prior to or after the conference dates, please email Megan Hartman for assistance.

INDUSTRY rooms can be booked through this link>>
PLEASE NOTE: A 2 night deposit (room, tax, and resort fee) required at the time of booking. The balance will be charged 7 days prior to arrival. If cancelled outside of 7 days prior to arrival, no penalty will be assessed. Nonrefundable if cancelled within 7 days of arrival and entire stay will be forfeited. The nightly rate is $189 plus a $25 resort fee.
If you want to extend your stay prior to or after the conference dates, please email Megan Hartman for assistance.


Snow King
The hotel has a complimentary airport shuttle. They need at least 24 hour notice to set up transportation, along with your flight number. You can call the front desk (307) 733-5200, or call Megan Hartman, our group coordinator at 307-733-5200 ext 7897, or 307-734-3174. Or you can email Megan at

The airline code for Jackson (Hole), Wyoming is JAC. During peak seasons, Jackson Hole has nonstop airline service from 13 destinations throughout the United States including New York–JFKChicago–O’Hare, and Los Angeles International Airport. During shoulder seasons, airline service is limited to the hubs of Salt Lake CityDenver and Dallas/Fort Worth. The airport is served year-round by American EagleDelta Connection and United Express, and seasonally by mainline American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines and United Airlines.

Public Transportation
If you’re looking to get around without renting a car, Jackson Hole offers the START Bus (Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit); the public transportation system that serves the residents and visitors of Teton County, Wyoming. START Bus provides service all around Jackson Hole. You can get to and from Jackson Town Square, Teton Village, Teton Valley and Star Valley easily. Rides vary from $1 – $3 one way, depending on pick-up and drop-off locations. Within the town of Jackson there is no charge for bus rides

Times of runs vary but most often are between 15 to 30 minutes during the day. You can pick up a schedule at most hotels, motels, at the bus stops or on the buses.

Weather in Jackson is always unpredictable. A snow shower is always a possibility, even in the summer months. 
Fall: Mid-September to Mid-November
Often referred to as “The Secret Season,” fall days may be growing shorter, but there is still plenty to do. Indian Summers can often last into October with temperatures reaching as high as the upper 60’s at times, though generally the temperatures are cooling down and reaching a freezing point overnight. Activities enjoyed in the summer– biking, hiking, fishing, etc. can be enjoyed with fewer crowds. The cottonwoods and aspens are in a state of ever changing colors, and the wildlife are mating before the winter begins. Elk should be bugling.