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2019 Public Policy Forum

2019 Public Policy Forum

January 22, 2019

Location

Hyatt Regency
One South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

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Contact

Tina Elliott

812-478-3919 Ext. 222

telliott@indianarha.org


Register for the 2019 Public Policy Forum is closed. Walk-in registrations will not be accepted.

If you are unsure if you are registered for the Forum you can login to your profile and click on "My Events" , all IRHA events you have registered to attend will be listed. If 2019 Public Policy Forum is not listed you are not registered. Walk-in registrations will not be accepted.

2019 Public Policy Forum Agenda


Exhibits are sold out. To be put on a waiting list, contact Tina Elliott at telliott@indianarha.org or 812-478-3919 ext. 222.

Sponsor Students to Attend the Public Policy Forum

Sponsorships to sponsor students to attend the IRHA Public Policy Forum is closed, thank you for the interest.

Details of the sponsorship levels and benefits are below

Gold Student Sponsor - $2,000

A Gold Level Sponsorship will sponsor 20 Students to attend the event.
It also includes complimentary registration for 3 individuals to attend the Forum and
recognition as a Gold Level Student Sponsor on IRHA website and publications.

Silver Student Sponsor - $1,000

A Silver Level Sponsorship will sponsor 10 Students to attend the event.
It also includes complimentary registration for 2 individuals to attend the Forum and
recognition as a Silver Level Student Sponsor on IRHA website and publications.

Bronze Student Sponsor - $500

A Bronze Level Sponsorship will sponsor 5 Students to attend the event.
It also includes complimentary registration for 1 individual to attend the Forum and
recognition as a Bronze Level Student Sponsor on IRHA website and publications.



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