2011 NAINConnect – July 24—26, 2011 – Phoenix, AZ

2011 NAINConnect – July 24—26, 2011 – Phoenix, AZ
“Many People, Many Faiths – One Common Principle, THE GOLDEN RULE.”

Connect 2011 Collage

Connect 2011 Collage

Keynote Speaker: Mussie Hailu, Golden Rule World leader from Ethiopia.

Mussie Hailu was born and grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and studied Comparative Religions, International Relationships, Management and Metaphysical Philosophy. He also attended at the Peace building & Development Institute at School of International Service of American University Summer Course.

He is an international advocate and activist for a culture of peace and interfaith harmony.  “May Peace Prevail on Earth” and The Golden Rule are his mottos in life.

Two-Step Registration – Hotel Booking and Conference Fee

1.  Hotel Reservations:

Location: Embassy Suites Hotel, Tempe, AZ
4400 South Rural Road
Tempe, Arizona  85282
1-480-897-7444

Hotel Rate: $74 / room (includes up to 4 people) / night, with full breakfast included.  Also includes airport shuttle service.

Click here to make your reservations on-line.  Embassy Suites link:  http://embassysuites.hilton.com/en/es/groups/personalized/P/PHXTPES-AIM-20110721/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

2.  Conference Fee Link:  click here and select the registration you desire.

Conference Registration: $225, includes meals.
Late Registration (June 26 – July 24): $250, includes meals
Registration, Sunday night only: – $50, includes Banquet
Monday / Tuesday Registration: – $100/ each day, includes meals

Further Program details will be coming soon… please check back often, and plan to attend join us for the conference.

Extra Vacation considerations:  Grand Canyon tour – take an extra day to see one of the world’s seven wonders.  Info and Reservation info coming…

Weather in Arizona in July:  72 degrees at the airport – 72 in the taxi – 72 in the conference…refreshing in the pool!  You’ve got it!  We’ll keep you cool.

For questions, please contact Arizona Interfaith Movement at 602-261-6705.

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