April 30-May 1, 2018 | Saint Paul, Minnesota

Saint Paul RiverCentre

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About the conference

Where the green building community unites

IMPACT is where you can learn about the latest updates for LEED, green business programs and new technologies like Arc. In its 7th year, the annual IMPACT conference gathers hundreds of building professionals for robust educational sessions, networking opportunities and discussions around sustainable development in the Midwest. This year’s conference theme is “The New Way Forward.”

IMPACT is a USGBC regional event hosted by our local communities: Central Plains, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri Gateway, Nebraska Flatwater, North Dakota and Wisconsin.

IMPACT 2018 will be held April 30-May 1 at the Saint Paul RiverCentre (175 W Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55102) in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Schedule/Sessions

Learn from green building experts

IMPACT offers presentations, case studies and exhibitors that illustrate the best of green building in the region.

Continuing education: Attendees can earn up to nine continuing education hours, including GBCI LEED-specific hours, AIA and others.


IMPACT Schedule

Monday, April 30

Volunteer event

Location: Rivers Edge Academy

Building Tour: U.S. Bank Stadium

Location: 401 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis

Building Tour: The 428: LEED + WELL

Location: 428 Minnesota St, St Paul

Opening Reception

Location: Seventh Street Truck Park

Tuesday, May 1

Opening Keynote

Opening Keynote

Laura Kohler
SVP-HR, Stewardship & Sustainability
Kohler Co.

Location: TBD

Educational Sessions

Come fight about window to wall ratio!

Track: Sustainability Methods
Level: 300
Location: TBD

Grey to Green to Smart: The Next Generation of Urban Stormwater Management

Track: Tools for Transformation
Level: 200
Location: TBD

“The Greenest Ballpark in America”: New Construction, Existing Buildings, and Arc – A History of LEED at Target Field

Track: Building Performance
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Achieving Healthy Green Schools through LEED and Passive House

Track: Health & Wellness
Level: 300
Location: TBD

Effective Planning for Zero Energy Districts

Track: Urban Scale Lessons
Level: 100
Location: TBD

Networking & Wellness Breaks

Conversation Corners

Location: TBD

Educational Sessions

Technology Forward: Lighting a path through the future of energy codes

Track: Sustainability Methods
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Parking Performance: Implementing Parksmart in a Multiuse Community Development

Track: Tools for Transformation
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Performance Based Procurement for Energy Efficiency

Track: Building Performance
Level: 300
Location: TBD

Designed To Burn

Track: Health & Wellness
Level: 300
Location: TBD

When a Contractor Builds LEED for Its Own Employees

Track: Urban Scale Lessons
Level: 300
Location: TBD

Networking

Lunch and Conversation Corners

Location: TBD

Educational Sessions

Life of a Product: Opening doors to a more positive impact on green building.

Track: Sustainability Methods
Level: 100
Location: TBD

Going Zero Waste: How DuPont Pioneer is working towards TRUE certification

Track: Tools for Transformation
Level: 100
Location: TBD

LEED V4 + Arc : Accelerating market transformation through data driven scores

Track: Building Performance
Level: 200
Location: TBD

The 7 concepts of The WELL Building Standard™

Track: Health & Wellness
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Main Street Redeveloped – 21st century communities through infill redevelopment

Track: Urban Scale Lessons
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Networking & Wellness Breaks

Conversation Corners

Location: TBD

Educational Sessions

Leveraging the LEED Volume Program to Reduce Costs and Increase Value

Track: Sustainability Methods
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Integrated Design Lessons from an Urban Building Pursuing LEED v4 C&S and ID+C and WELL v1 C&S and N&EI

Track: Tools for Transformation
Level: 300
Location: TBD

Benchmarking in the Design Process

Track: Building Performance
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Steps to a Healthy LightStyle: Circadian Lighting Discussion

Track: Health & Wellness
Level: 300
Location: TBD

If It Works Here … Green Lessons from a Very Red Place

Track: Urban Scale Lessons
Level: 200
Location: TBD

Networking & Wellness Breaks

Conversation Corner

Location: TBD

Closing Keynote

Closing Keynote

Rachel Gutter
CPO, IWBI

Location: TBD

Happy Hour & Networking

USGBC Connect

Location: TBD

*Schedule and times are subject to change.


Wellness Breaks

During each break at the conference an optional wellness activity will be available for attendees to participate in. The wellness breaks for 2018 will include:
1. Stay active: Stretch out those achy joints with simple beginners Yoga
2. Breathe Easy: Walk outside for a minute—don't forget to take the stairs!
3. Mental exercise: 10 minute sketch—grab a pencil, and share a quick sketch to show how you'd green the exhibit hall
4. Make a friend: Visit with an exhibitor and make a new friend


Conversation Corners

Network with others interested in the same innovative topics in sustainability. You'll learn new things from your fellow attendees, expand your network and work toward an extra CE during these 10-15 minute sessions.

Sponsor/Exhibit

Connect with the region's cutting edge green building community

IMPACT is where your company can gain exposure to over 350 of the Midwest's green building professionals, including engineers, architects, interior designers, corporate real estate, construction, LEED professionals and corporate sustainability professionals from a variety of industries.

Exhibitor Prospectus Sponsorship Prospectus Become an Exhibitor Become a Sponsor

Custom exhibiting & sponsorship packages

Did we miss something? Custom sponsorship or exhibiting packages can be created to align more closely with the marketing priorities of your company or organization. Please contact Brent, bsuski@usgbc.org or 763.464.8615 to discuss.


Resources

Maximize your IMPACT experience with the resouces provided in the toolkits below.

Exhibitor Toolkit

Exhibitor Toolkit


Essential Resources (External Links)

Frequently asked questions

1. I have technology or other equipment that will need power at my booth. How do I order electrical for my booth?
You will need to bring the necessary power supply equipment (extension cords, etc.) if you wish to have power for the event. Power is available to order. The advanced rate for power expires three days before the event. Exhibitors are welcome to bring their own extension cords and power strips but they can order them from the RiverCentre as well.

2. I need internet for my booth, how does that work?
Free WiFi is available in the whole facility. In the WiFi options, please connect to “RCFree_WiFi.” You will then have to open an internet browser and accept RiverCentre’s terms and conditions.

3. When is the deadline to submit names of booth personnel working the booth?
Wednesday, April 25. You receive 1 complimentary full conference registration by being an exhibitor.

4. What if I want to have an extra person in my booth?
If you would like an additional person to staff your booth during the lunch exhibitor time period – please email Brent Suski with the name and contact information for the additional staff by Wednesday, April 25.

5. What if I have name changes for booth personnel?
Name changes will be handled at the Registration table and new badges will be created onsite.

6. What are the exhibitor hours?
We encourage our exhibitors to be present to speak with our attendees throughout the day. The conference lunch will take place in the exhibitor area from 12:00-1:30 pm. We ask that your booth be fully staffed during this time frame. Please note: Participants will have high visibility of your displays during the entire conference and especially during the breaks/discussion den times, we encourage you to staff your booth during breaks (look at event schedule for more detail). During conference sessions we invite you to attend the sessions and sneak out during the Q&A to go back to your booth. You are also welcome to work or visit with other exhibitors. At the end of each session room monitors will be reminding attendees to interact with exhibitors, and that they can earn continuing education credits by visiting exhibit booths.

7. What is the size of my exhibit space and what is included?
Each exhibitor is provided a table - 96” long x 30” deep without skirting. Linens are available to order. For linens it’s best for the order to be placed a week before the event. This will ensure the advanced, cheaper rate.

8. Other questions?
If you have other questions that are not answered within this document, please see the RiverCentre’s, Exhibitor A-Z Guide. Questions not addressed in this guide can be directed to: exhibit@rivercentre.org, please cc Brent on any communication: bsuski@usgbc.org.


Delivery and offloading

The Saint Paul RiverCentre Loading Dock boasts ten fully enclosed dock bays. The loading dock is designed for drive on access to the exhibition hall floor and is equipped with three large freight elevators to move items from the loading dock to various levels of our complex. The loading dock is staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week by the Saint Paul RiverCentre security staff.

Deliveries:
Due to limited storage space, exhibitors should ship all items through their decorator’s drayage services. For questions regarding shipping event materials, please contact your show promoter. Saint Paul RiverCentre will not be held responsible for any missing or damaged items.

Move in times:
We have two move in times this year. The first move-in time is from 3:30 – 5:30pm on Monday, April 30th. USGBC will have a staff person at the Rivercentre helping to guide exhibitors to their booths. Please note, we encourage you to not set up anything of value on the 30th, as we will not have full time security watching over booths that have been set up early. Please note, USGBC and the Rivercentre are not liable for lost or stolen goods at any point during the IMPACT conference, April 30th, or May 1st. You can also move-in from 6:30 – 7:30am on Tuesday, May 1st. If you choose to move in on May 1st, we ask that you are fully set up by 8:00 when guest arrive for conference day registration. Security staff can assist with this process and direct you to where to go. If you have any questions about set up times, please reach out to Brent Suski, bsuski@usgbc.org with questions.

Move out time:
We ask that exhibit booth staff remain at their booth until the conclusion of the final conversation corner at 4:00 pm. You are welcome to move out between 4:00 – 5:00 pm during the closing keynote. However, we ask that if you choose to stay set up for the CONNECT Happy Hour, that you remain set up until 6:00 pm. Tear down and move out will not be allowed from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. Security staff can assist with this process and direct you to where to go. If you have any questions about tear down times, please reach out to Brent Suski, bsuski@usgbc.org, with questions.

Loading/unloading time:
In order to best manage traffic in the loading dock, exhibitors are given 15 minutes to load and unload materials. After this time period, vehicles are subject to towing. You can also use the curb cut in front of the RiverCentre on Kellogg to unload your materials, please be sure to put your hazard lights on, and chat with the traffic cop in front of the building to let them know you will be unloading quickly. Once unloaded, exhibitors are encouraged to park their vehicles in the RiverCentre Parking Ramp, which is connected to the facilities via skyway.

Carts:
Exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own carts for transferring freight. Saint Paul RiverCentre has a very limited supply of carts and they are available on a first come, first serve basis from our security office located near dock 1.


Day of conference

How will I find my booth location?
When you arrive at registration, you will be given your table number and shown where it is in the event space. As a reminder, preferred booth locations will be given to discussion den hosts.

Is there parking onsite?
There are various lots located around the Saint Paul RiverCentre that can be used for parking purposes.

  • Venue Address: 175 West Kellogg Blvd, Saint Paul, MN 55102
  • Parking Ramp Address: 150 West Kellogg Blvd, Saint Paul, MN 55102
  • Detailed parking instructions

Where do I pick-up exhibitor badges?
Badges will be organized by company and available at the registration table. If you have multiple people in your booth, the first person to arrive will take all badges to the table.

When can I pick-up exhibitor badges?
Exhibitor registration will open at 7:00 am the day of the event and stays open until 8:00 am.

Can I leave items in my booth?
We encourage you to please remove all valuable items if you step away from your booth for any length of time, as we will not be responsible any lost or stolen items. You are welcome to leave the basic set up for your booth at the RiverCentre overnight.

Additional Questions?
Please contact Brent Suski, Project Manager, USGBC– MN Community should you have additional questions.
Phone: 763.464.8615 | Email: bsuski@usgbc.org


Recommended greening strategies
Energy Conservation

+Booth Lighting
It is recommended that no incandescent bulbs be used for lighting. LED or compact fluorescent bulbs are recommended instead.
+Electronic Display
It is required that all displays, monitors and booth lighting be completely powered down during set-up and non-expo hours. Any equipment that cannot be shut down should be put into sleep mode during non-expo hours. It is recommended that electronic display equipment (i.e. flat screen displays) be reused from previous shows and/or meet Energy Star.

Booth materials

+Flooring
Booth flooring should be reused flooring and should be in use for at least one year. If new flooring is used, it is suggested that it include 25% post-consumer recycled material and be fully recyclable or rapidly renewable.

+Communications and Collateral
All printed materials should be on 100% recycled paper. In addition, it is recommended that promotional giveaways be made from either rapidly-renewable materials or 30% post-consumer recycled content.

+Booth Graphics and Signage
Signage and graphics should be limited to essential information and be used only where necessary. They should be reused or have been in use for at least one year. If new signage is used, it should be 100% recyclable and contain a minimum of 25% recycled material.

+Booth Structure
Booth structural support materials should be reused or part of a company plan to reuse them in future exhibitions. If new display elements are used, they should be 100% recyclable and contain a minimum of 25% recycled material.

+Indoor Air Quality
For booth construction, low or zero VOC paints, sealants coatings and adhesives should be used.Flooring, counters and paneling should be reused from previous shows. New flooring, counters and paneling should be manufacturer-certified as low or zero VOC. Signage should be printed using non-toxic vegetable or water-based inks.

Shipping practices

It is recommended that exhibitors ship as few materials as possible to IMPACT 2017. However, if shipping is necessary, shipments should be consolidated into a single shipment. It is recommended that no polystyrene be used for shipping and booth operations. Packing materials and exhibit shipping crates should be reused. Crates should be made from 50% recycled content or from FSC-certified wood.

Water reclamation

If using water for display or other purposes, the exhibitor should use water reclamation/recycling.

On-site operations

+Exhibitor Responsibility
It is recommended that each exhibitor convey the recommendations included in this guidance document and sustainable booth practices to third parties staffing the booth or involved in booth set-up and tear down.

+Local Transportation
It is recommended that exhibitor personnel either share cars or taxis, take public transportation, bike, or walk to and from the RiverCentre.

+Waste Management
During the event itself, exhibitors must eliminate waste on a daily basis; waste must be separated into categories and placed in the specific bins located inside and outside the exhibit halls.

+Food and Beverage
Food and beverage service conducted within the booth should be ordered to minimize disposable material use.

Communications Toolkit

Communications Toolkit

Thank you for agreeing to support USGBC Minnesota's IMPACT Conference as a Communications Partner! We will be posting periodically across our social media channels before, during, and after the conference. Please like, share, retweet, and favorite our posts! In addition, below are some tools you can use to support your own communications efforts:


Social media channels and hashtag

Sample social media posts
General
  • Facebook Post 1: USGBC and Visionary Sponsor Xcel Energy Proudly Present IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward. Join us April 30-May 1 at USGBC's Largest Green Building Conference in the Midwest! Learn more at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Facebook Post 2: IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward is coming April 30-May 1. St. Paul is the host of the largest convening of green building professionals in the Midwest. Don’t miss this chance to collaborate with the green building leaders and innovators of tomorrow! Join the conversation and get inspired! Register at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Facebook Post 3: Join us for IMPACT 2018, April 30-May 1 in St. Paul! Take part in tours of the most sustainable buildings in the area, participate in a green building service project for kids, and get inspired by leaders and innovators in the sustainability industry. Discuss how your work as a leader in green building has IMPACT across the Midwest! Register at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Twitter Post 1: #IMPACT2018, @USGBC's largest green building conference in the Midwest, is Apr 30-May 1! Register today and come ready to be inspired: http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 2: #IMPACT2018 is Apr 30-May 1! Don't miss keynote speeches from @WELLcertified CPO @RachelGutter and @Kohler SVP-HR, Stewardship & Sustainability Laura Kohler! Register: http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 3: @USGBC #IMPACT2018 Conference is April 30 & May 1! Learn more and Register today: http://impact.usgbc.org/
Presenter
  • Post 1: (YOUR FIRM NAME HERE) own (SPEAKER NAME HERE) will be presenting at @USGBC IMPACT 2018 Conference! Learn more about (SPEAKER NAME HERE's) session at #IMPACT2018. There’s still time to register at http://impact.usgbc.org/ @USGBC
  • Post 2: Check out my session at #IMPACT2018 where I will be presenting on 5/1. There's still time to register at http://impact.usgbc.org/ @USGBC
Sponsor
  • Facebook Post 1: (YOUR COMPANY) is proud to sponsor USGBC North West Central Region at IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward! Join us Apr. 30-May 1 at USGBC's largest green building conference in the Midwest! Be inspired at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Facebook Post 2: (YOUR COMPANY) is a (YOUR SPONSOR LEVEL) sponsor at IMPACT 2018, coming April 30-May 1! Join the conversation and get inspired by the green building leaders and innovators of tomorrow. Discuss how your work in the green building industry has IMPACT across the Midwest! Register at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Twitter Post 1: @(YOUR COMPANY) is a (YOUR SPONSOR LEVEL) Sponsor for @USGBC #IMPACT2018! Register now and come ready to be inspired: http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 2: @(YOUR COMPANY) is proud to partner with @USGBC on #IMPACT2018! Don't miss keynote speeches from @RachelGutter and @Kohler. Register: http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 3: Join @(YOUR COMPANY) on Apr. 30-May 1 @USGBC #IMPACT2018 Conference! Learn more and Register today: http://impact.usgbc.org/
Exhibitor
  • Facebook Post 1: (YOUR COMPANY) is proud to exhibit at USGBC’s IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward! Join us Apr. 30-May 1 at USGBC's Largest Green Building Conference in the Midwest! Be inspired at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Facebook Post 2: (YOUR COMPANY) is an exhibitor for #IMPACT2018 on Apr. 30-May 1! Join the conversation and get inspired by leaders, builders and innovators in green building. Discuss how your work as a leader in the green building industry has an IMPACT across the Midwest! Register at http://impact.usgbc.org/.
  • Twitter Post 1: @(YOUR COMPANY) is an exhibitor @USGBC #IMPACT2018! Looking forward to sharing our sustainability story and being inspired by others. Register now! http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 2: Join @(YOUR COMPANY) at @USGBC’s #IMPACT2018 conference! Looking forward to being inspired by like-minded companies across the Midwest. Register: http://impact.usgbc.org/
  • Twitter Post 3: Visit our booth at #IMPACT2018 there’s still time to register at http://impact.usgbc.org/ @USGBC

Sample Newsletter

Join us for IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward, coming to St. Paul April 30-May 1! Building professionals, sustainability leaders and change makers from across the Midwest will convene for a full day of educational sessions, networking opportunities and discussions around today’s most critical sustainability and green building issues.

Participation in the conference also includes tours at some of Minneapolis and St. Paul’s most sustainable buildings, as well as keynote speeches by Laura Kohler of the Kohler Company and WELL’s Rachel Gutter.

IMPACT is expanding its reach across the Midwest and promoting collaboration among stakeholders, builders, developers and business leaders on sustainability issues that affect the entire region.

Recognizing that the only way to progress toward a more sustainable and equitable future is by challenging – and overcoming – the status quo, the theme of this year’s IMPACT conference is The New Way Forward. Emphasizing the collaborative spirit of green building professionals across the region, we relentlessly build toward a future where everyone in the Midwest can thrive and we continuously seek greater knowledge to inform our approaches in a rapidly changing world.

Get inspired, learn more and register today at http://impact.usgbc.org/!

Community

Volunteer at IMPACT

IMPACT wouldn't be successful without the efforts of the USGBC volunteers who give their time and energy toward organizing and staffing the event.

As a conference volunteer, you can receive free admission to the conference.

Volunteer requirements:
1. Be at least 18 and a full-time student; or be a young professional under 25. When checking into the volunteer room, we’ll need a Spring 2018 schedule or photo ID. Full-time students are those that are taking 12 credits at the undergrad level and nine credits at the graduate level.
2. Volunteers must be able to commit to eight hours.


2018 IMPACT Legacy Project

12-4 p.m., April 30 | River’s Edge Academy, 188 Plato Blvd W, St Paul, MN 55107

River’s Edge Academy is a small charter school in Saint Paul looking to improve its outdoor garden. All donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $500.


Scholarships

USGBC Central Plains, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri Gateway, Nebraska, North Dakota and Wisconsin seek scholarship applicants who are dedicated to advancing our mission in schools and communities. Scholarships are competitive and available to individuals with a demonstrated financial or other barrier to participation. We are specifically looking for individuals seeking to advance community health and sustainability.

Learn more about IMPACT scholarships

Two types of scholarships are available

Local scholarships: These scholarships target applicants from the Twin Cities area and include full conference registration to IMPACT on May 1. These also include membership to USGBC MN community for 1 year. These scholarships do not include a travel or hotel stipend. Deadline: Monday, March12 at 11:59 p.m. CST.

Regional scholarships: These scholarships target applicants from the Central Plains, Iowa, Minnesota Branches, Missouri Gateway, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wisconsin Communities, who are committed to long-term volunteer engagement with USGBC across our regions. Scholarship includes full conference registration to IMPACT and a $500 stipend* for airfare and hotel. These also include membership to the USGBC community from where the recipient comes from.

*Please note—this stipend may not cover the full cost of your trip to St. Paul. Deadline: Monday, March 12 that 11:59p.m. CST. Participation in our Rivers Edge Outdoor Classroom Build Project from 1–5 pm on April 30 is required for scholarship recipients—work will be available for people of all skill levels and abilities. Please confirm with your employer that you can be present in St. Paul from April 30–May 1 before applying. Applicants may only apply for one of the scholarships offered.

Eligibility requirements

Scholarships are competitive and available to individuals with a demonstrated financial or other barrier to participation from audiences seeking to advance community health and sustainability through:

  • Affordable housing: Nonprofit and governmental affordable housing providers
  • Public and social services: Government, private and nonprofit community organizations
  • Schools, colleges and universities: K–12 schools designated as Title 1 by the U.S. Department of Education; private and charter schools and higher education campuses serving targeted populations (i.e., low-income communities, people with disabilities, minorities, etc.); technical colleges, historically black colleges and universities
  • Neighborhoods, districts and towns: Development organizations advancing health and sustainability in low-income neighborhoods, small towns, rural communities or reservations through the engagement of citizens with public and private institutions

Additional eligibility requirements

  • Be 18 years or older as of March 30, 2018.
  • Have not attended IMPACT in the past.
  • Guarantee attendance at IMPACT and the Rivers Edge Academy Outdoor Classroom Build Project from Monday, April 30 to Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
  • Not be USGBC staff
  • Demonstrate a valid and reasonable need for the scholarship, as evidenced by the inability to attend IMPACT without one, due to financial, location and/or professional constraints.
  • Demonstrate how her or his background merits receipt of a scholarship.
  • Be committed to partnering with USGBC to advancing health and sustainability in local communities in 2018 and beyond

Registration

Register for the premier green building event in the Midwest

Full conference

(May 1)

A full conference pass includes one day of educational sessions; exhibit hall access; breakfast, lunch, coffee and wellness breaks; and access to the May 1 closing happy hour.

Early bird (ended March 30) Standard
USGBC member $140 $160
USGBC nonmember $180 $220
USGBC emerging professional member $75 $75
Emerging professional nonmember $100 $100
Student (full-time) $75 $75

Not already a USGBC member or USGBC emerging professional?

We've designed a special conference package just for you. For nonmembers, you can purchase a full-day conference pass and one USGBC membership at $230. For those who aren't already an USGBC emerging professional member, you can purchase a full-day conference pass and emerging professional membership at $110.

Group rates

IMPACT offers a group discount for four or more people. Register now to save 10 percent or more under our special group rates.

Add-on packages

(April 30)

Early bird (ended March 30) Standard
Tours USGBC member: $20 / Nonmember: $30 USGBC member: $25 / Nonmember: $40
Opening reception USGBC member: $25 / Nonmember: $40 USGBC member: $25 / Nonmember: $40

*Note: These packages can be purchased separately from a full-conference pass.


Travel

Special room discounts are available

The Saint Paul Hotel
Single occupancy — $179 (plus taxes and fees)
350 Market Street | Saint Paul, Minnesota
Phone: 800-292-9292

IMPACT attendees are eligible for special room discounts at The Saint Paul Hotel. Reserve your room now before the offer expires Monday, April 2. These rates are valid from April 27-May 2, based on availability. Call 800-292-9292 and reference IMPACT 2018 to receive the discounted rate, or book your room and enter group/block code: 180430IMP.