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June 11 - 14, 2006
Richmond, VA

The theme of this year’s conference is “Back to the Future”.  Richmond is a modern vibrant city with a rich historical background.  Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a shopaholic or an art aficionado, Richmond has something you’ll love. Discover early American history with a tour of the nearby plantations or a stroll down Monument Avenue. When it comes to culture, Richmond offers numerous museums, art galleries, eclectic shopping districts and fine dining. Thrill seekers will enjoy nearby theme parks.

The Richmond area boasts more than 400 years of history including the second successful English settlement, the site of Patrick Henry's famous "Give me liberty or give me death" speech and the White House of the Confederacy.  More than 5 million annual visitors have discovered why the Richmond Region is easy to love.

The Region is one of the top five Best Places to Live and Work in America according to  Richmond is the only U.S. capital city with bald eagles nesting within the city limits.  The Hollywood Cemetery is the final resting place of former U.S. presidents John Tyler and James Monroe.  Pocahontas lived here, Edgar Allan Poe wrote here and Arthur Ashe Jr. learned to play tennis here.

2006 Conference Registration

The conference registration fee is still only $200. This includes a welcoming reception on Sunday evening, a trip to the Virginia Museum of Science on and Planetarium show on Monday, a boat tour of the Richmond canals on Tuesday and breakfast, lunch, and refreshments daily.

Omni Richmond Hotel
100 South 12th Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Phone: (804) 344-7000

Omni Richmond Hotel

Offering refined Southern hospitality in a contemporary setting, the Omni Richmond Hotel is located at Richmond's premier business and leisure address. Overlooking the scenic James River in the heart of the city's financial and historical districts, the hotel offers superb business amenities accented with touches of rich American history. Perhaps best of all, fine dining, shopping and entertainment options are available right outside your front door.

Hotel Reservations

The CMBG rate is $115.00 per night.  The reservation cutoff date is May 12, 2005. After this date, reservations will be accepted as available and will be at the hotel’s normal rates.

Air/Ground Transportation

Take I-64 west to exit 190, merging onto I-95 south. On I-95 south take exit 74A onto I-195 (toll road). Then take the Canal Street exit and pay the toll ($0.20). Turn right onto 10th Street. Turn right at the light onto Cary Street. For self parking, take an immediate right into the James Center underground parking. For valet parking, take an immediate right onto 12th Street and into the hotel motor entrance.

Taxi: Approx. $20 per cab
Groome Transportation: Approx. $16 one person each way/ $23 for two people


Richmond Attractions

Shockoe Slip, featuring cobblestone streets, gas lamps and more than 25 unique restaurants and specialty shops is right outside the hotel. Governor’s Mansion is within walking distance, newly restored Canal Walk is 1 block away, the State Capitol is 4 blocks, Monument Avenue – 5-10 minutes, Hollywood Cemetery – 5-10 minutes, John Marshall House – 1 mile, Edgar Allen Poe museum – 1 mile

Area Attractions

Paramount Kings Dominion Amusement Park – 20 miles, James River Plantation Historic Family Farms – 20 miles, Colonial Williamsburg Historic Site – 45 miles, Water Country USA – 50 miles, Busch Gardens Theme Park – 60 miles, Washington, D.C. – 100 miles


For information, contact:
Dominion Generation
Cliff Wallen
Supervisor - Design Documentation
(804) 273-2358

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