Registration is Open for NAFOA’s 41st Annual Conference

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Registration is officially open for NAFOA’s 41st Annual Conference to be held April 24-25, 2023 at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel in Washington, DC.

Our conference brings tribal, state, federal, and industry partners together in one educational forum to discuss important economic issues facing Indian Country.  Register today to take advantage of great networking and informative educational sessions.  We can’t wait to see you in Washington, DC!

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Sponsorship Opportunities
APRIL24-25
Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel
999 Ninth St, NW
Washington, DC  20001
 

Thank You to Our Co-Chairs

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR?
Contact Dustin VanWinkle, Corporate Relationship Specialist, at dustin@nafoa.org for sponsorship opportunities.

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