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Marriott Courtyard Daytona Beach1605 Richard Petty BoulevardDaytona Beach, FL 32114
Adjacent to airport; less than 3 miles to Conference Center.
Single King $99/night: King Room
Double Queens $109/night: Double Queen Room
Telephone: (386) 255-3388
Identify yourself as a FLCA Conference attendee for special rates.
WIC Conference Center: From Interstate 95 take exit 261 E. onto International Speedway Boulevard for 1.8 miles; turn left onto Bill France Boulevard travel 1.5 miles; turn left onto Holsonback Drive. The center is on the left: 1845 Holsonback Drive.
Marriott Courtyard: From Interstate 95 take exit 261 E. onto International Speedway Boulevard for 2.4 miles; turn right onto Corsair Drive; take immediate left onto Richard Petty Boulevard and arrive at Courtyard Daytona Beach entryway.
Who should attend:
FLCA welcomes neonatology professionals, lactation consultants and other health educators. General membership dues are $40. Meetings are held four Saturdays per year in February, May, August and November.
Babies attending with mother policy:
FLCA supports nursing mothers. As a professional conference and out of respect for the attendees and speakers, we ask nursing mothers to please use discretion. Please bring a caretaker to assist with baby’s needs and noises. Also, please note: there will be
no room for strollers or car seats.
Cancellations may be requested from Mary Buskohl at email@example.com before March 18, 2016
($35 handling fee for cancellations).
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