Conferences and conventions (Oct. 14, 2013)

October 13, 2013 

Week of Oct. 13-19

• Oct. 13-15: Alaska Principals' Conference, 300 delegates and 76 exhibits at Sheraton Anchorage Hotel & Spa. Estimated economic impact: $417,429

• Oct. 14-18: Air Line Pilots Association, 20 delegates at Hotel Captain Cook. Estimated economic impact: $19,483

• Oct. 16-17: American Society of Safety Engineers, 240 delegates and 20 exhibits at Hotel Captain Cook. Estimated economic impact: $161,438

• Oct. 17-18: Alaska Broadcasters Association's 2013 Convention, 200 delegates and 29 exhibits at Sheraton Anchorage Hotel & Spa. Estimated economic impact: $164,413

• Oct. 17-18: Alaska Association of Conservation Districts, 100 delegates at Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown. Estimated economic impact: $47,076

• Oct. 17-18: Alaska State Home Builder Association's 2013 Building Conference, 200 delegates and 23 exhibits at Hotel Captain Cook. Estimated economic impact: $149,876

• Oct. 17-19: The Aleut Corp. Village seminar/annual shareholders meeting, 400 delegates and 16 exhibits at Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center. Estimated economic impact: $246,451

• Oct. 18: American Payroll Association's annual conference, 100 delegates and 10 exhibits at Alaska Native Heritage Center. Estimated economic impact: $59,190

• Oct. 18-20: Alaska Science Teachers Association, 300 delegates and 35 exhibits at East High School. Estimated economic impact: $268,426

• Oct. 18-22: Alaska State Department of Fish & Game's Board of Fisheries Meeting, 120 delegates at Hilton Anchorage. Estimated economic impact: $56,491

Source: Visit Anchorage

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