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1. Q: Who Attends the CNA Traveler Convention 

    A: The CNA Travelers Convention is attended by Certified Nursing Assistants and Certified Medication Aids, those who want to explore the idea of traveling for a living.

2. Q: Who runs this Convention?    

  • Della Campbell: Cheif Executive Officer

  • Joy Hoover: Vice President

  • Nickole Hanling: Registration

  • Stephanie Ewing

 

3. Q: Do I have to stay at the same hotel as everyone else? 

    A: No, you can book the hotel of your choice; however, we are receiving our rooms at a discounted rate.

4. Q: What should I do if the discounted rooms are sold out?

    A: You will have to book at a different hotel if our room block is filled. 

Your best strategy is to book a room to ensure that you receive a discounted rate. There are 2 different ways to book. 

5. Q: Can I pay at the door?   

    A: No!!! The last day to purchase a ticket is July 2nd, 2024, at 11:50 pm MST. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE

6. Q: Are meals provided?   

    A: We will provide Beverages/Snacks, on July 9th, & Lunch on July 10th, 2024 only, however, for all the other meals you will be responsible for all.

7. Q: Am I responsible for my hotel and transportation?   

    A: Yes! We have a discounted room block rate. You are responsible for your transportation (plane, train, etc.) to the convention site. 

8. Q: What is your cancellation policy?

    A: ALL TICKET(S) SALES ARE FINAL

 If you cannot attend, you could consider gifting your ticket to someone else who can attend. If you choose to do this, please notify Della at dellacnatravelersconvertion@gmail.com as soon as possible so we can update the guest list. NO REFUND will be given in the event you cannot attend.

 

9. Q: Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?

      A: Yes, you can transfer your ticket to someone else. You have until July 8th, 2024. After that, no transfers can be processed. To transfer a ticket, please send your request to dellacnatravelersconvertion@gmail.com with your name and the name of the person to whom the ticket will be transferred. 

 

10. Q: Can I bring my non-clinical spouse/partner?

      A: Absolutely! They are very welcome, and many attendees do bring their spouse or a friend, so they can share the experiences. If they plan to attend any part of the convention, they are required to purchase a ticket. The price is the same as it only covers a portion of the true cost of food.

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