Full payment or a deposit of $75.00 per person, payable to CALLERLAB (U.S. funds, please) is due with the return of the convention registration card enclosed with your invitation. You may pay by check, money order or charge to your Visa or Mastercard. Please do not send cash.
If you choose to send a deposit instead of the full payment, the balance due must be paid by March 1, 1998 to avoid the late payment fee of $25.00 per person. We will send a reminder in February.
Sorry, we cannot accept partial registrations. You must register for the entire convention. If you believe an exception is warranted in your case, please contact the Home Office. All registrants will receive acknowledgement of receipt of payment, a hotel reservation request card, and a local information brochure containing a map of the area (to help you find the hotel), and information about airport transportation.
A refund of the full amount paid will be made for cancellations received prior to March 7, 1998. Cancellations after March 7th and prior to March 28th, will incur a $25.00 per person cancellation charge. Cancellations on or after March 28, 1998 and any "no shows" will forfeit their $75.00 deposit and will be billed an additional $50.00 per person. This is necessary because meal counts must be given to the hotel prior to the meal functions. Once the meal counts are given, we must pay for the meals even though they aren't eaten. If you are registered and find that you will be unable to attend, please notify the CALLERLAB Home Office by phone and in writing, as soon as possible, to minimize the cancellation fee. If you notify us by phone, we will still need your cancellation in writing before a refund can be processed.
This is an unofficial CALLERLAB web site. It is for informational purposes only pertaining to the 1998 CALLERLAB Convention in Northern Kentucky, with the hopes of getting more callers involved and their voices heard at the convention. For further information and/or registration information, please contact the CALLERLAB Home Office. This page is developed and maintained by Frank Lescrinier. For corrections and/or updates, contact Frank. Thanks for your interest.