WSSLC 2015

Sun Valley, Idaho
Saturday, June 20, 2015
FAQ

It just doesn't get better than lounging on your balcony or reading a book on the lush grass amidst Sun Valley's park like setting. If you are a restless soul, the resort and surrounding area offers a multitude of activities and services: tennis, ice skating, hiking, biking, horseback riding, swimming, gun club, hockey, paddle boats, putting course and daycare. You are within walking distance of everything the village has to offer including the Hemingway Memorial and the Pavilion. Take a 15 minute walk to historic Ketchum for a shopping spree, jump on the continuous complimentary shuttle service around town and back to the resort ... or throughout the Wood River Valley, including round trips from the Village to both Dollar and Bald mountains and to the towns of Ketchum and Elkhorn Springs.

Sun Valley is served by Hailey's Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN). It is located 14 miles from the resort and is easily accessible from the gateway cities of San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), Los Angeles (LAX), Salt Lake City (SLC) and Denver (DEN - summer 2014). These cities are served by most major airlines and are met by Sun Valley’s connecting carriers: Alaska Airlines, Delta Connection (Operated by SkyWest) andUnited Express (Operated by SkyWest).

Sun Valley Resort offers a complimentary guest resort shuttle for transportation from/to Friedman Memorial Airport and the Sun Valley Resort. Rental cars from Avis, Hertz, and Budget may be rented and dropped off at Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN) in Hailey, Idaho.


Parking is Complimentary at the Resort and in Ketchum

Optional Activities: We have taken a less structured approach to the multitude of activities in Sun Valley. Where possible, we negotiated a discounted rate for WSSLC guests; be sure to look for the promo codes on the Activities Page.

Golfers must be fully registered as a WSSLC delegate to participate in Monday’s golf tourney.  Don't forget to include your Average 18-hole score or Handicap - we will do our best to pair you with your requested 4-some.

Wear Your Name Badge to all conference events

Bring a Jacket for Morning/Evening


Conference Registration

Registration Includes Entertainment, Business Sessions, Gifts, Beverages and Conference Meals:
  • 2 Breakfast Buffets – Sunday & Monday
  • 2 Evening receptions/ meals - Saturday & Monday
 Registration Fees:
Conference Delegate
 $600.00
   Spouse/Guest (Ages 18 and older)
 $300.00
   Youth (Ages 5-17)
 $200.00

Spouse/Guest Registration
Guest, Spouse, Youth must be registered on the primary Attendee's registration form.


Cancellation $100 Fee after June 5, 2015


Submit cancellation notices in writing via email to carrie@idahosurplusline.org or via snail mail to: WSSLC 2015, 595 South 14th St., Boise, Idaho 83702.

  • Cancellations received after June 5, subject to $100 Cancellation Fee
  • Substitutions may be made prior to the conference
  • Golf Fees are non-refundable after June 12, 2015 - or subject to vendor's cancellation policy.
  • No Refunds for "No Shows"
  • Lodging cancellation is the responsibility of the registrant

Registration questions via email to carrie@idahosurplusline.org, PH 208.336.2901

For payment by check, contact carrie@idahosurplusling.org


History of Ketchum Ketchumidaho.org

  In 1880, the Town of Ketchum, named after David Ketchum, a trapper and guide, was one of the richest mining districts in the Northwest. By the early 1890's, the price of silver declined and the mining boom ended.

  • By 1890, a new industry appeared in Ketchum. Sheepmen from the south drove their herds through Ketchum to summer grazing in the Sawtooth, Boulder, and Pioneer mountains.
  • By 1920, Ketchum was the largest sheep / lamb shipping station in the U.S.
  • In 1935, the Union Pacific Railroad came to town attracting passengers to a destination ski resort called Sun Valley.
  • Gambling flourished during 1937 to 1947, then in 1954 gambling was totally banned.
  • In 1973, the Sawtooth Recreation Area opened its doors north of Ketchum, making Ketchum the gateway to the Sawtooths. Ketchum is now a year-round resort / recreation area
  • The annual Wagon Days Parade held on Labor Day weekend featuring over 100 non-motorized entries, including the original Lewis Ore Wagons, is the town's annual celebration of its rich pioneer and mining heritage.


 
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