SLA 2015: A Quick Check-In Starts Your Conference Journey in Boston

We hope you have registered and are set to arrive in Boston soon for SLA 2015! If you haven’t yet registered, ensure a quick check-in process in Boston by registering now. You can also still add ticketed event items to your existing registration record. A limited number of event tickets will be available in Boston, so be sure to pre-purchase* your tickets!

If you’ve registered before arriving in Boston, all you will need onsite for conference check-in is your name…it’s that easy! SLA’s Registration Center will be located in the North Lobby of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), just inside the doors at the Summer Street entrance. Once you enter the convention center, head over to the self-check-in laptop stations to type in your name, locate your registration record, confirm your information, print your badge, and pick up your conference materials. The process will be the same for both exhibitors and attendees who have pre-registered.

If you need assistance from a real live person, don’t worry…we have those too!  Staff will be available to answer questions and help with onsite registrations.

Final note:  If you did not receive your registration e-mail confirmation, please call +1. 866.446.6069, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT.

See you in Boston!

*To add event tickets to your registration record, please go to the conference registration site and enter the username and password that you created during registration to log in.

Once you are logged in, scroll down to the purchased items section and select “purchase registration items.” You will then be taken to a page where ticketed items are organized by day. Click on the “+” next to a day to expand the ticketed event list for that day and make your selections. You can then proceed to checkout.

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