2012 District Northwest MBAA Fall Conference
at Oregon State University
We are pleased to announce that the 2012 District Northwest MBAA Fall Conference will be held at Oregon State University on September 28 and 29, 2012. The conference will take place on the campus of Oregon State University at the LaSells Stewart Center which is located across the street from the Hilton Garden Inn and Reser Stadium, home of the Oregon State Beavers football team, and at Wiegand Hall, home of the OSU Fermentation Science program. Corvallis sits in the heart of the Willamette Valley. We look forward to seeing everyone and hope you will have the opportunity to extend your stay and enjoy the spectacular sites, wineries and breweries in the Willamette Valley.
$100.00 (includes all seminars, meals, and hospitality)
$125.00 (AFTER Sept. 7)
$50.00 Student rate
$50.00 per family member (includes all meals + hospitality)
Online registration will be open soon.
Cancellation requests must be received in writing (via email to firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5:00 p.m. (PDT) Friday, September 7, 2012. Requests received before that date will receive a full refund of their registration fees minus a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations after that date/time will not be granted a refund. Substitutions may be allowed. Contact: email@example.com
Each brewery is encouraged to bring the equivalent of 4-6 cases of beer for serving at meals and for stocking the Hospitality Suite. If you wish to have beer sent in advance of your arrival please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
to arrange delivery to the Food Science pilot plant's cold storage.
Driving directions to the LaSells Stewart Center are available if you click here.
The LaSells Stewart Center features ample parking across the street in the Reser Stadium parking lot. The campus parking lots are pay lots from 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Parking permits are available from automated kiosks in the lots and from the Parking Services office in Adams Hall, located at 15th & Washington. The full-day (five-hours or more) price is $7, with the parking lot kiosks offering hourly parking passes at $1 per hourly increment for up to four hours. To purchase a parking pass online, please click here. More information available at OSU Parking Services.
If you stay at the Hilton Garden Inn, parking is free in the hotel parking lot.
Hilton: A select number of rooms are available at Oregon State University’s headquarter hotel the Hilton Garden Inn, located across the street from the OSU Conference Center, at a special group rate of $104 per night. Be sure to make the reservation by August 28, 2012 to receive the group rate.
Phone: To make a reservation call 541-752-5000 and provide the group code – OBS
Online reservations can be made here: Hilton Garden Inn - OBS Group
Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis
2500 SW Western Blvd
Corvallis, OR 97331
Toll Free: 888-666-8169
Holiday Inn Express:
A select number of rooms are available at the Holiday Inn Express, located less than 10 minutes from the OSU Conference Center at a special group rate of $94 per night. Be sure to make the reservation by August 28, 2012 to receive the group rate.
Phone: 541-752-0800 or 800-618-7892 (24 hours a day) and ask for the Oregon Brewers Symposium group to receive the group rate.
Online: Go to www.hiexpress.com/corvallisor and enter your 3 digit group code OBS into the “group code” field.
About Corvallis, Oregon
Corvallis, Oregon is in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Home to Oregon State University, it is the quintessential college town. The wide streets, sheltered by ancient trees, masonry buildings and its location along the Willamette River make Corvallis a handsome city. This central location makes Corvallis an ideal place to stay as you explore other areas such as the Coast Range, nearby towns and wildlife areas.
The 500 acre Oregon State University campus is the state’s oldest institution of higher education, and the center of much of the town’s activities. Activities on the park-like campus include theater productions, concerts, films, art exhibits, and all types of college sports. There are bookstores, restaurants, craft boutiques and other shops along the edge of campus.
Running and biking are favorite pastimes in Corvallis. Bike lanes are included on most streets, and there are routes along the Willamette and Mary’s rivers. Trails for hiking or biking are available in Avery Park (15th Street and US 20), or in OSU’s Peavy Arboretum (8 miles north on Hwy 99W). Corvallis is also close to the Siuslaw National Forest, a 630,000 acre forest that includes the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. There are campgrounds, hiking, picnic areas, fishing, hunting, and many more activities available in the national forest.
For more information about Oregon and the meeting location, please visit these links:
Corvallis Tourism – Visit Corvallis!
Oregon Tourism – Travel Oregon