2022 Annual Meeting Live+
Business Development Excursions
IN-PERSON + VIRTUAL
Introducing a whole new way to grow your network, have some fun, and experience the best of Washington, D.C. at the 2022 Annual Meeting Live+!
Take some time to enjoy our Business Development Excursions designed to bring registrants together through mutual interests, shared knowledge, or the adventure of trying something new. We’re offering these social activities all week at various times. Enjoy Washington, D.C., sites together and, when the activity is over, you can plan to meet again in the convention center via INTAconnect!
BD Excursions are non-refundable, but substitutions are allowed; there is no cut-off date for substitutions. Please contact us for substitutions. Or visit the information desk onsite in Washington, D.C.
Questions? Contact us.
Join us! There’s still some availability for Business Development Excursions. Please go to the on-site Business Development Excursions desk (East Salon) at the Convention Center to check availability and sign up.
Bike the Sites
April 30, 2022 | 3:00 pm-5:30 pm EDT
Enjoy a historical ride to explore the monuments and memorials on The National Mall –a truly unforgettable experience! Tours proceed at a relaxing pace and are perfect for the “occasional” exercisers. The tour begins with a short tutorial on bike safety to ensure everyone feels comfortable and confident before embarking on their adventure.
Price: US $79
Happy Hour With a Spin
April 30, 2022 | 4:00 pm-7:00 pm EDT
Socialize and celebrate play at this engaging happy hour events! You will have access to the tables and lounge furniture in center court. A ping pong pro will be on site to guide you, providing tips and tricks of the trade! You will enjoy deliciously designed bar snacks as you mix, mingle, and engage in some friendly competition.
Price: US $185
Monuments by Moonlight
April 30, 2022 | 7:00 pm-9:30 pm EDT
The best thing to experience when visiting the Nation’s Capital is the monuments and memorials on the National Mall when they come alive at night. Observe these magnificent sites lit up against the night sky for the most dramatic and inspiring views of these majestic structures. You will first head over the river to the Iwo Jima Memorial, along the way seeing the Jefferson Memorial, Memorial Bridge, Arlington National Cemetery, and the Kennedy Center. The tour will continue back in D.C. passing by the White House, following a stop at the US Capitol building. After departing, you will pass by the Washington Monument and stop at the WWII Memorial. The last stop on the tour will be the Lincoln Memorial.
Price: US $139
May 1, 2022 | 1:00 pm-4:00 pm EDT
You are in for a spirited delight from the colorful, modern design to the reborn spirits. You will arrive at a thriving distillery in Ivy City which produces the finest range of sweet to bitter liqueurs. You will enjoy tasting with fellow registrants at this distillery. Upon arrival you will enjoy a tour of the facility before the interactive tasting. you will taste 16 products as they facilitator pauses for breaks and calls on guests to share feedback on what their tasting with their neighbor and encourage guests to switch neighbors throughout the tasting.
Price: US $165
May 2, 2022 | 7:00 am-7:45 am EDT
Join this fun class for a spin on the classic morning yoga offering. Get to know one another in this interactive, fun, and playful yoga session. You will be encouraged to partner up for an array of beginner partner yoga poses. This practice will allow to relate to one another through assisted poses. From stretching your levels of trust to strengthening your communication, partner yoga can help building lasting, positive connection!
Price: US $50
History, Connection, Bites in Georgetown
May 2, 2022 | 12:30 pm-4:30 pm EDT
A deliciously designed evening, so you can enjoy the Georgetown dinner food tour. In this over a mile walking tour you will taste cuisine from various local eateries and burn off calories walking through the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C. pay tribute to the 1920’s era when the neighborhood was the local food commerce area of the district. Get away from the main drag to off-the-beaten path eateries. A knowledgeable guide with a passion for food guides you to learn about the history, architecture, and culture of the Georgetown area while stopping for tastings at eateries and encouraging guests to share your thoughts on what you are tasting with each other. On this tour you will eat, learn, and enjoy the city while learning about local culinary artisans and each other. Perfect way to connect and have a blast!
Price: US $229
Vintage Exploration and Games
May 2, 2022 | 2:00 pm-4:00 pm EDT
In 1921, President Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith retired from the White House and moved to a grand Georgian Revival house on Embassy Row. The house has been historically preserved, and in 1963, the National Trust for Historic Preservation opened the doors of the house as a museum—a time capsule from 1924. During this private, behind-the-scenes tour, you will learn about the architecture of this 1915 home designed by prominent masonic Washington architect Waddy Butler Wood. From the elegant drawing room to “the best closets in Washington,” you’ll be enthralled with the thoughtful design of this turn of the century home. While not touring, you’ll enjoy playing a variety of table games in the grand parlor as you mix, mingle, and travel back into another era.
Price: US $62
May 3, 2022 | 7:00 am-8:00 am EDT
Start off the today with an invigorating body weight workout. You will partner with other workout enthusiast as you rotate through partner, body weight workout stations from wall sits/triceps dips to assisted squats to high five squat jumps to assisted leg kicks and more. Let your competitive sides come out with sprint run competitions and other fun interactive elements found throughout this bootcamp style workout. You’re sure to work up a sweat along with plenty of networking for a true morning of ‘sweat ‘working!
Price: US $56
All Along the Whiskey Rebellion
May 3, 2022 | 3:00 pm-5:00 pm EDT
Spend an afternoon along the Washington, D.C., Whiskey Rebellion Trail. You’ll enjoy a private tour and tasting at this beloved local distillery. The maker will cover where ingredients come from, milling to distilling, and the barrel aging process and selection—with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and taste along the way. Guests will be encouraged to ask their neighbor’s feedback on the spirits they taste and share with the group. It’s an engaging afternoon of learning each other’s tastes while enjoying one of D.C.’s finest modern distilleries!
Price: US $165
An Afternoon in Old Town
May 4, 2022 | 1:00 pm-4:00 pm EDT
Old Town Alexandria is a quaint historic district just on the other side of the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., and National Harbor. You will begin this private tour rotating between the Archeology Museum and a walking tour. You will hear from one of Alexandria’s archeologists about findings over the years in Old Town Alexandria beginning with an introduction to archaeology in Alexandria, their role as part of the city, and then a focus on an archaeological site. Possible sites include the most recent find—four ships along the city’s waterfront. Other important finds include the excavation that led to the African American Heritage Park in Alexandria and The Lee Street Site, an excavation of one city block that presented a microcosm of the city, including 18th century wharves, 19th century residences, shops, taverns and warehouses, and a support complex for Union hospitals during the Civil War. The afternoon continues with a walking tour of Old Town Alexandria sites including Christ Church, Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary, and the Torpedo Factory. You’ll have some free time after the tour to explore King Street and the waterfront with the new connections you’ve made before heading back!
Price: US $95
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