PRSA Southwest District Conference

AustinPicFrom an exciting and informative speaker line-up to the uniquely-Austin Happy Hours and networking events, the 2013 PRSA Southwest District Conference, hosted by PRSA Austin Chapter, is full of activities to keep attendees busy June 5 through 7.

Don’t forget to book a room at the Omni Hotel Austin Downtown! What better way to stay in on the action than to book a room at the conference location and right in the heart of downtown? Conference attendees who reserve accommodations at the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown by May 16 will receive the discounted room rate of just $199 per night and then it goes up to $249 per night. A limited number of rooms are available at this rate, so be sure to make your reservation today! No special group code is needed – just visit the PRSA Southwest District Conference group booking page to receive this special rate.

Hotel amenities include a heated rooftop swimming pool, complimentary full-service fitness center, 24-hour business center, full service restaurant and high-speed wireless Internet access. The hotel is located in the middle of downtown Austin, within walking distance to a number of Austin hotspots and landmarks, making the conference the perfect opportunity for an added weekend vacation…or even stay-cation! Austin has attractions for everyone, including Barton Springs Pool, the Congress Avenue Bridge bats, Town Lake hike-and-bike trail, Zilker Park, the historic 6th Street District, Bullock Texas State History Museum, the Texas State Capitol and much more. And while you’re here, don’t forget to try one of the many raved-about restaurants or food-trailers Austin has to offer, from barbecue and Tex-Mex to sushi and gourmet donuts!

Visit for more information and a detailed schedule of events. Join the Conference conversation on Twitter: #KeepPRWeird.

For information on the conference host, PRSA Austin Chapter, visit  Follow the PRSA Austin Chapter on Twitter @prsaaustin and Facebook

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