FACING THE FUTURE – TOGETHER

2019 Annual Conference & Awards 

Wednesday, October 23 – Friday, October 25, 2019

Frisco Conference Center
101 South 4th Street
Clinton, OK 73601

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

OCCE Members – Early-Bird Registration = $200 (ends Sept. 30, 2019) 

OCCE Members = $225 (after October 1, 2018) 

Non-Member = $325

Sponsor additional attendee = $175

2019 CMI Attendee = $175 (code required)

Thursday only = $175

Friday only = $75

Banquet (guest or spouse) = $50

HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS

LaQuinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Clinton

 

2715 Chapman Road | Cinton, OK 73601

$85.00/night – Standard 2-Queen or King

Phone Reservations – (580) 547-4128

Group Code = Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce Executives

Rooms are limited…so book early! 

Hotel is a full service hotel with a restaurant and bar.   A hot breakfast is offered to those staying at the hotel.

(Please note:  OCCE will not provide breakfast as part of your conference registration on Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25.  A brunch will be served mid-morning on Friday, October 24). 

The hotel is approximately 4 miles from the conference center.  Transportation will not be provided during the day.

CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships are available.

Application deadline if Wednesday, July 31, 2019

SILENT AUCTION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

The 2nd annual silent auction will be held again this year starting at the beginning of the conference and concluding on Friday.

Bid early…bid often.  All funds raised will be put in a restricted fund to be used for scholarships for YOU…our member.

Donate a community basket, gift, wine, adult beverages, jewelry…you know what you would buy!

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

Platinum Sponsor

Host Sponsor

Lanyard / Charging Station Sponsor

CHAMBER SPONSORS

Robert C. Harris, CAE

Robert C. Harris, CAE

There are more than 150,000 associations and chambers of
commerce in the USA. Bob Harris, CAE, has been dubbed the
guru or Sherpa by many of them. For 30-years he has guided
associations to increase performance and set a direction.
He’s also been called the “Martha Stewart of association
management” for providing tips and templates that make
governance and management easier.

Outside the USA he has worked with associations in England,
Jordan, Japan, Egypt, Ukraine, Lebanon, Belarus and
Cambodia.

He is on the faculty of the US Chamber, teaching at the Institute
for Organization Management.
He has studied performance criteria throughout the world,
including the US Baldrige Award, EFQM, ISO 9000 and King
Abdullah’s Center for Excellence. To improve associations he
created a self-assessment process used by more than 20,000
organizations.

He believes nonprofit organizations should be as efficient and
effective as any commercial business or franchise.

For 32 years he has worked in the hospitality industry for Hyatt
Hotels in Florida.

He promotes the importance and impact of nonprofits in
America; and shares the tools of success, free at his website
(www.nonprofitcenter.com).
[email protected]