ASAE names future host cities for 2022 through 2027

Asae Annual Meeting & Exposition

hei - Monday, December 30, 2019    

Asae Annual Meeting & Exposition
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Following a competitive bidding process, asae announces the host cities for the 2022 through 2027 asae Annual Meeting & Exposition. When selecting host cities asae takes into consideration the convention center facilities, hotel packages, and venue options for the evening events. Other factors include the geographic location, the commitment of the city to deliver new experiences for our attendees, the backing of the local hospitality industry, city leaders and volunteers, in addition to the engagement of the city with asae.

The asae Annual Meeting & Exposition attracts thousands of association executives and hundreds of exhibitors each year. Commonly known as the “Super Bowl” of meetings, the asae Annual Meeting & Exposition is the flagship education and exposition for associations and nonprofit organizations in the United States.The future Host cities will be Nashville (2022), Atlanta (2023), Cleveland (2024), Los Angeles (2025), Indianapolis (2026) and Charlotte (2027).

“Congratulations to the cities selected for our 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027 ASAE Annual Meeting & Expositions. We look forward to working closely with the selected convention and visitors bureaus which includes a vast network of local and regional Societies of Association Executives (SAE), as we plan and execute the high level meetings our members expect us to deliver,” said Interim asae President and CEO, Susan Robertson, CAE.

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