Monday, November 20, 2017


 
NEWS & EVENTS
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
Winter 2018 SNUG Conference

Board of Directors Meeting and Registration Reception February 11, 2018
Conference February 12, 13 & 14, 2018
 
 
 
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

This conference is geared to meet the needs of snubber program owners.  However, implementation personnel responsible for any program aspect will benefit from the conference.  Persons involved in snubber program administration, licensing, code compliance, and "hands-on" field work with snubbers should plan to attend. Anyone who works with snubbers in any capacity is welcome to attend the conference, and will benefit from the information that is readily exchanged between others in your own capacity at other plants.  There is no cost for member utility representatives to attend the conference. Nonmember utilities are allowed to attend up to two conferences as guests without joining SNUG.

The preliminary agenda for the conference may be viewed at the link below.  The agenda includes a number of items that should be of special interest to those who are relatively new to snubber responsibilities, as well as for those who are more experienced.  Some segments of the conference will be dedicated to an overview of issues and concerns that have been previously addressed, but that newer members may not be familiar with.  Opportunities will be provided for attendees to select topics that they wish to see revisited in more detail, and those topics will be presented later in the conference agenda.  For this reason the agenda is subject to change depending upon the needs and desires of those in attendance. 

Conference Agenda


Register With SNUG To Attend This Conference


Host:

Conference Hosted by SNUG
Contact Steve Norman for details.

Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge

4728 Constitution Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Standard Room Rate $115.00
Reservations: (225) 925-2244

Cut-off date for hotel reservations is
Friday, January 26, 2018

 

Welcome to the Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge

Located in the heart of Baton Rouge just minutes from Louisiana State University, the Crowne Plaza Executive Center is Baton Rouge’s preferred hotel for meetings and events.  Featuring the city's finest accommodations, vast meeting and event space, and flavorful Louisiana-influenced cuisine, this 294-room hotel in Baton Rouge is fueled by a special brand of Southern charm.  Whether they are welcoming business travelers, sports teams, enthusiastic fans (and their four-legged friends), they aim to delight their guests at every turn.

A bustling hotel in the heart of Baton Rouge, the Crowne Plaza Executive Center is also conveniently located just minutes from the Louisiana State Capitol.  Known for its warm Southern hospitality, ultra-comfortable accommodations and best-in-the-city event planning, this stylish and modern 294-room hotel elevates every occasion, from business conferences and weddings to corporate meetings and LSU game day events.

 

Guest Rooms

Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge features 294 beautifully decorated guest rooms and suites. 

The hotel’s Executive Level accommodations include access to the comfortable and spacious Concierge Club Lounge and the services of its dedicated Concierge, as well as complimentary continental breakfast, late afternoon cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and evening turn-down service with fresh-baked cookies.



Crowne Plaza standard guest rooms feature two double beds or one king bed, a 32” flat-screen HD television, work desk with comfortable chair, and an iPod dock/alarm clock, complimentary wifi, microwave and refrigerator.  Both smoking and non-smoking rooms are available.

On-site Dining

 

Patio Grille & Lounge

Offering seating indoors and on the lushly landscaped outdoor stone patio, the lively Patio Grille and Lounge serves modern American fare with an emphasis on Louisiana culinary heritage.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Patio Grille favorites include Baked Creole Style Crawfish Manicotti, Chargrilled Oysters, Shrimp Remoulade and Gulf Fish Provencal.

The Patio Lounge is a perfect spot for winding down after a busy day working or sightseeing. Enjoy fine wines, domestic and microbrewery beers and hand-crafted cocktails alongside small plates such as Jumbo Gulf Shrimp, Pulled Pork Sliders, Shrimp Po-Boys and delicious sirloin Crowne Burgers.

 

Baton Rouge

Explore Louisiana's Capital City

Louisiana’s state capital, Baton Rouge is a bustling Mississippi River city that hums with economic activity. Its major industries range from petrochemicals to medicine to motion pictures and it is home to the ninth largest port in the U.S.  Much of Baton Rouge’s identity is anchored in its history, culture and the sense of revelry that seems to infuse day-to-day life, from Mardi Gras parades to fan-fueled celebrations of LSU’s beloved Fighting Tigers.

Some of our favorite attractions in and around Baton Rouge include:

Shaw Center for the Arts

An award-winning center housing the Brunner Gallery, LSU Museum of Art, the 350-seat Manship Theater, as well as traveling exhibits and restaurants.

Louisiana Art and Science Museum

Home to the Irene W. Pennington Planetarium, space exhibits and traveling art shows.

Swine Palace

The anchor of the city’s performance arts scene, this non-profit theater company at LSU comprises students of the university’s MFA acting program and professional actors.

USS Kidd Veteran's Memorial and Museum

Called “the Pirate of the Pacific,” this former U.S. Navy destroyer is moored on the Mississippi and forms the centerpiece of the Louisiana Naval War Memorial.

Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra

A longtime institution, the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra presents more than 60 concerts a year.

Louisiana State Capitol

The tallest capitol in the nation, this local Art Deco landmark offers guided tours. Don’t miss the observation deck on 27th floor.

Hollywood Casino

Located across the street from the state capitol on the banks of the Mississippi River, this popular casino features more than 1,100 slot machines and Vegas-style table games.

Blue Bayou Waterpark and Dixie Landin’

These adjacent amusement parks have everything from roller coasters to thrill rides to five of the world’s largest waterpark attractions.

Mall of Louisiana

The largest mall in Louisiana, this 178-store retail complex is home to the world’s second largest indoor carousel. 

Oak Alley Plantation

Perhaps the most photographed of the River Road plantations, the National Historic Landmark about 48 miles south of Baton Rouge features a double row of live oak trees running between the early 18th century house and the river.

 

 

More Area Attractions:

Visit the Baton Rouge Convention &  Visitors Bureau website at www.visitbatonrouge.com/
for additional information of things to see and do.

 
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