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Southern Grants Forum 2020 Virtual Conference Early Bird Registration is $349 for all three days of the conference and will be available until July 3, 2020. After July 3, the Regular Registration fee of $399 will apply.
Please note that, although refunds for cancelled registrations will be given until the end of the Early Bird Registration period, attendees can be substituted for no additional charge at any point before the conference. Registrations cannot be cancelled and refunds will not be given after the Early Bird Registration period, but a new attendee can still be substituted for the original registrant. Cancellations must be in writing; email is acceptable. Absent a timely cancellation, no refunds will be given for registrants who fail to attend. Registrants who fail to attend (without a timely cancellation) are still obligated to pay the full registration fee. If you previously registered for the in-person edition of the conference, your registration will be cancelled automatically effective June 1, 2020, and your registration fee refunded automatically to your original payment method.
To register, simply click the “Register” button below. You will then click on the link to your “Cart” to finish the registration process. While in your “Cart,” you can add additional registrations for up to ten attendees. After completing the registration information in your “Cart,” you will proceed to the “Checkout” to select your payment option (check, credit card or purchase order/invoice) and finish the registration process. Should you need assistance or have any questions regarding registration, our contact information is at the bottom of the page.
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After clicking the “Register” button, please click on the link to your “Cart” to complete your registration.
NOTE: If you are experiencing issues with registration or need assistance, please contact Brian Tipton at [email protected] or (404) 389-4864.
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