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2019 MTRA Annual Conference & Regulators’ School

Pittsburgh PA
Omni William Penn Hotel
530 William Penn Place
Pittsburgh PA 15219

September 9-10   Regulators School (Monday afternoon, Tuesday morning)
September 10      Industry Forum (Tuesday afternoon)
September 10      MTRA Member’s Meeting and Roundtables, Elections (Tuesday afternoon)
September 11      Annual Conference
September 12      Annual Conference


Hotel Rates
We encourage you to make your hotel reservations through the links below. When reservations are made outside the room block, or through sites such as Airbnb, it causes our costs to increase at the hotel, ultimately resulting in higher registration rates for you.

NON government          $189 plus taxes (currently 14%)   Use this link
Government per diem   $125 plus taxes (currently 14%)   Use this link
You must have government ID to receive the government rate.


Registration Fees

 

 

Per person Rate

MTRA Member Regulators –School ONLY

 

$200

MTRA Member Regulators –Conference ONLY

 

$650

MTRA Member Regulators – School and Conference Combo

 

$700

Non-Member Regulators (ex. CFPB, FinTRAC, IRS, CSBS)

 

$800

Industry (ex. Transmitters, attorneys, surety companies…)

Early Bird through August 9

 

$950

Industry (ex. Transmitters, attorneys, surety companies…)

Standard – August 10-August 23

$1100

Industry (ex. Transmitters, attorneys, surety companies…)

Late and ONSITE –after August 23

$1200


Travel
The closest airport is Pittsburgh International (PIT)

Pittsburgh has been named one of the best places in the world to visit, again and again. 

We invite you to come and find out why! There are so many fun, family-oriented attractions that it will take you several trips to experience them all. If you’re a history buff, you can step back into the past at one of the region’s many history museums. If your passion is visual or performing arts (or both!) you will be astounded by the amount of theaters, galleries, museums and public art installations in Pittsburgh. And you can’t forget The Andy Warhol Museum, home to the largest collection of Warhol art and archives in the world.

There are so many ways to tour and sightsee around the city of Pittsburgh. You can take a tour by bike, trolley, boat, bus or Segway, or go old fashioned and explore on your own two feet. Learn about the culture of Pittsburgh though food, shopping, and exploring the 90+ neighborhoods that make up our city. If you’re a sports fan, you will love the City of Champions. Pittsburgh is home to three professional teams (the SteelersPenguins, and Pirates) as well as numerous NCAA® Division I and II sports teams, and you will never find more devoted fans than Pittsburghers!