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Drupal-Salesforce Users Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 2:00pm EDT
Indianapolis, IN

The annual in-person meeting of the Forum's Technology Platform Users Group will follow the Forum's Annual Conference on July 20-21.

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Conference Hotel

The Alexander

333 South Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Located in downtown Indy, The Alexander is steps away from the The Indianapolis Cultural Trail, numerous restaurants, shopping, and monuments and museums. The hotel features comfortable guest rooms, a spacious lobby, state-of-the-art fitness facility, custom art, and wifi will be made available at no charge throughout the hotel including in the meeting space.

All room blocks are now closed but The Alexander does still have availability at their regular rates.


How to Register

Step #1: Login

To register you will need an account on our website. If you already have an account, login with your email address and password. Aren't sure if you have an account? Enter your email address here to reset your password. If your email address isn't found, create an account. Please note that new accounts are not automatically approved and need to be activated by a Forum staff member. You may need to wait up to 24 hours for your account to be activated and you will receive an email once you have been approved.

Step #2: Register

Go to the event page and select the appropriate option in the list and click the "Register Now" button. Go to your cart and make any adjustments to the quantities if you are registering more than one person. Click the "Checkout" button.

Step #3: Checkout

On the checkout page, indicate who each registration is for and fill out any additional information requested. If you are looking to register someone else from your organization (staff or volunteer leader) but don't see them listed, please contact Courtney Moore (202-888-7428).

Registering Others at Your Organization?

Follow the steps above to create a login for yourself if you haven't already. Once logged in, select the appropriate option from the list and make any adjustments to the quantities in your cart if you are registering more than one person from your organization. On the checkout page, you'll be able to assign each registration option to another contact associated with your organization in our system. If you don't see them listed, please contact Courtney Moore for further assistance by including the names, titles, and email addresses of those you'd like to register.

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As one of the country’s most walkable cities, Indianapolis already has numerous parks, paths and recreational amenities. The new 8-mile bicycle and pedestrian-friendly Cultural Trail that connects visitors to hotels, restaurants, attractions and cultural districts. The trail is lined with art and landscaping, leading it to garner international attention as a model for urban revitalization. The Alexander offers complimentary bikes for guests to use during their stay. Find out more

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