48th Annual Convention & Tradeshow

48th Annual Convention & Tradeshow

July 14, 2014 - July 17, 2014

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Board Meeting

July 14, 2014
3 pm - 6 pm
IHCA-ICAL Training Center

Agenda & Highlights

Agenda & Highlights

We are excited to announce the theme of our 48th Annual Convention & Tradeshow:

 

Changes in Latitudes - Changes in Attitudes

 

Agenda-at-a-glance: Click HERE

Program session descriptions: Click HERE

Speaker Bios:

Monday, July 14th

Patrick Guzzle is the Food Protection Program Manager with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW).  Patrick holds a Bachelors Degree in Spanish and Masters Degrees in Medical Anthropology and Public Health, all from Idaho State University.

Prior to his employment with IDHW, Patrick was employed in the Environmental Health section of the Southeastern District Health Department in Pocatello, Idaho.  During his time in Pocatello, Patrick held the positions of Food Protection Program Coordinator and also Environmental Health Supervisor.  He is a registered Environmental Health Specialist and is also registered with the National Environmental Health Association as a Food Safety Trainer.  He has taught numerous food safety and sanitation courses to managers and staff members associated with all types of retail food establishments.  He is a member of the Western Association of Food and Drug Officials, the National Environmental Health Association, and the Conference for Food Protection. You probably never thought food safety training could be so much fun!  Patrick uses an interactive approach to food safety training.  There is no additional fee to participate in the day-long training but registration will be limited to 30 participants (on a first come, first serve basis).  Your facility must be registered to attend Convention. 

Tuesday, July 15th

Randy Morgan, Educational Humorist

Randy is sought after for his expertise in Leadership, Customer Service and Human Performance. Twenty- five years in service management, including the world-class Coeur d’Alene Resort, provide for a foundation of extraordinary personal stories filled with profound insights for life-long learning. His unique understanding of the correlation between physiology, psychology and service reveals the secrets to empowering both personal and professional performance.  We liberate our own greatness “by seeing the best and removing the rest”.  The choice is ours; to stay comfortably encased in the self-imposed prisons of our own “mental marble” or to chip away the useless weight of worry. Life is full of many real burdens but the greatest loads of all are the imaginary ones we place on ourselves.   Through the revealing power of humor, Randy teaches skills to lighten the load of illusions through the spirit and creativity of play.

Sam Stoddard

As the current executive director of a 250 bed assisted living community, he understands and lives the daily struggles of running and excelling in the senior living arena.  Sam has spoken in front of many groups from local service clubs, at the college level, to several senior living professionals, and the Virginia Assisted Living Association, sharing the principles that cause such transformation.  Sam will lead sessions on:

o   Creating A Thriving Culture which will drive your occupancy above the rest.

o    A Leader’s Vision - Your Attention Becomes Your Intention

o    The Purpose of Your Business

 

Demetria (Demi) Haffenreffer, RN, MBA, has made Long-Term Care her profession since 1973, first as a Director of Nursing and for the last twenty-five years as a consultant. She is a past Director and Vice-President of the Oregon Health Care Association and has served as President of the Oregon Long-Term Nurses Association.  She has been serving as a member of the American Healthcare Association (AHCA) Quality Improvement Committee since 2003.  She has served as a Master Examiner on the Board of Examiners for the AHCA’s Quality Improvement Award, an award granted to the top performing facilities in the Nation. Demi is known as a dynamic and interesting presenter. Her thorough knowledge of the regulations combined with her extensive hands-on experience provide for practical, everyday solutions to the challenges facing the care giver and facility. She has taught workshops nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects pertinent to Long-Term and Community Based Care, has authored numerous policy and procedure manuals, and has published articles in Provider Magazine.  She has been a guest speaker for State and National healthcare organizations, and is a Trainer with the AHCA Leadership Excellence Program as well as one of the designers of that program; and the AHCA Train the Trainer program. Her depth of knowledge, breadth of experience and her communication skills have made her a sought after  resource and advocate for facilities facing regulatory disputes, as well as for expert review and testimony for attorneys facing litigation in the Pacific Northwest and nationwide.  Demi will be presenting &/or co-present:

·        The Nature of Things: Sexuality in Long Term Care

·         QAPI: Designing, Implementing and Sustaining Excellence 

 Part I – Design:  The CMS Elements

 Part II - Implementation: The CMS Elements in Depth

Mary Jann, RN, BA, Director, Regulatory Affairs, California Association of Health Facilities

Mary Jann has 20-plus years of experience providing nursing and related services to people with developmental disabilities. In addition, she has 10 years of experience working for the Department of Public Health as a surveyor of health facilities and policy specialist.  Mary has worked extensively in educating providers and enforcing provider compliance with federal and state regulations that govern California's health facility providers -- in particular, skilled nursing and intermediate care facilities serving people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Currently, she is the Director of Developmental Programs and for the California Association of Health Facilities. In this role she is responsible for assisting health facility provider members in implementing and complying with regulatory requirements and in representing their interests and concerns to the Department of Public Health, the legislature and other agencies governing operation of their facilities.  Mary will be presenting:

  • What Qs Should Know About Psychotropic Drugs…A Quick Guide To Pharmacology For Non-clinicians

  • The IDT Role in Avoiding Unnecessary Drugs

  • Getting Ready For The Revised ICF/IID Guidelines

 

Wednesday, July 16th

Greg Patton, BSU Tennis Coach & Motivational Speaker

Boise State men's tennis has become a familiar player on the national collegiate tennis scene thanks in large part to head coach Greg Patton, who is at the helm of the Bronco men's tennis program. Coach Patton has lead his teams to the NCAA Team Championships 25 out of 33 seasons.  He has been named Conference Coach of the Year   15 seasons out of 33 years of coaching.  Players he has coached on National & in World Team Tennis include Pete Sampras and Andy Roddick.  Coach Patton has authored articles in World Tennis Magazine, Tennis Magazine and numerous athletic journals has spoken nationally at the US Tennis Association, US Professional Tennis Associations, as well as to Corporate and Youth Groups. 

Tony Decker - Vice President, Westcare Management Inc., Oregon

For over 17 years, Tony Decker, has served as the Vice President of Westcare Management, Inc., a health care management company located in Salem, Oregon. He has extensive experience working with the elderly and with individuals who are developmentally disabled. Under his tenure, Westcare Management became one of the largest providers of developmental disability services in the state of Idaho; with additional expansions now into Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.  In addition Mr. Decker is a former President of the Idaho Association of ICF/MR providers and published author of a leadership book entitled: Worthy of Wonder.

Robert J. Fletcher, DSW, ACSW, NADD-CC

Dr. Robert Fletcher is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the NADD. His vision and leadership have brought NADD to a position where it is recognized as the world’s leading organization in providing educational resources, conferences, trainings, consultation services, as well as accreditation and certification programs in the field of dual diagnosis.

For the last forty years, Dr. Fletcher has dedicated his professional career to improving the lives of individuals who have a dual diagnosis (MI/ID).  He has been involved as a clinician, program developer, policy maker, researcher and consultant. He has authored or co-authored numerous articles and has written or edited 10 books addressing mental health aspects in persons with IDD, including Chief Editor of the Diagnostic Manual – Intellectual Disabilities (DM-ID).

He has worked in eight states, as a consultant, in developing Dual Diagnosis Task Force’s as a way to improve the lives of individuals who have IDD/MI. In recent years, Dr. Fletcher has spearheaded the NADD Accreditation and Certification Programs in an effort to raise the bar for provision of services to individuals with IDD/MI.

Thursday, July 17th

Joan Endicott, President of Endicott Training & Consulting

As a professional speaker, author and life coach she helps individuals and organizations grow their teams, increase morale and productivity. Her audiences include all ages and venues: ranging from underprivileged children, sports teams (ie. Rose Festival Hockey Champions & BSU Bronco’s Football team / Coaches) to corporate CEO’s. Regardless of age or venue, audiences appreciate her authentic, energetic and humorous style and come away with a renewed perspective on life. Business clients consistently share “she not only helps us go to the next level professionally, but personally as well.”

Mary Tellis-Nayak

Throughout Mary’s career, she has led quality improvement programs throughout long-term care. In leading JCAHO's program for long-term care accreditation for ten years, she developed the first set of standards for dementia care units, subacute care, and long-term care pharmacies.Mary is currently the Vice President of Quality Initiatives for MyInnerView, a company dedicated to providing management intelligence for long-term care. She is currently on the editorial board of Advances in Post-Acute Care and in the past served on the Boards for Caring for the Ages and the American Medical Directors Association Foundation as well as the for the State Veterans Homes Foundation. She was on the advisory board for the Planetree Continuing Care initiative and also served on the Planetree Designation Committee for Hospitals.  She has served as a Master Examiner for the AHCA Quality Awards.  Join Mary in discussion on how to Bridge the Gap between Acute & Post-Acute Care and how to turn staff into caring caregivers.

Sponsorships & TradeShow

Sponsorships & TradeShow

This, our third year offering “Stop By-Give Back” - a fund-raiser for IHCA Foundation which supports enhanced educational programs and increases foot-traffic to your booth!  This year we want to add to the excitement and generate more fun with:

“Margaritaville Melodies”

How will it work, you ask?  Well, we will hang a placard inside of “participating booths.”  Each placard will have a famous &/or familiar Jimmy Buffett song title.  Attendees will be asked to match the song titles to a specific booth.  Once they complete their journey around the Exhibit floor, they will be entered into the Tradeshow Raffle Drawing(s) happening every 30 minutes.

We want to take this opportunity to “THANK YOU” for participating in this program…you are important to our success!


Exhibitor Tradeshow Application HERE  **Application Deadline June 18th, 2014 (in order to be included in the final Convention Guide printed material)
Exhibitor FAQs HERE
Tradeshow Layout (booths still available) HERE

Not a current Associate member of IHCA-ICAL? Join today by filling out your Associate Member Application HERE

Information for Exhibitors

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

  • 9:00 AM | Exhibitor Move-In

  • 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM | “It's 5 o’clock Somewhere…” VIP Reception in the Tradeshow Hall

    • Sponsored by Hawley Troxell
      This is your opportunity to visit with the decision makers.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

  • 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM | Associate Member/Exhibitor Business Meeting

    • This is your opportunity to grab lunch and meet with IHCA-ICAL Executive Director, Robert Vande Merwe, to discussion association activities and networking opportunities with members of IHCA-ICAL.

  • 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM | “Where’s The Party…” TRADESHOW LUNCHEON open to all attendees; complimentary lunch for everyone!

    • Attendees get NEW IDEAS, learn about new products, services, and research available all in one convenient location!

  • 1:45 PM | Exhibitor Move-out

Sponsorship Opportunities:

If you are interested in getting more recognition during the Convention please review the Sponsorship Opportunities form HERE

Thanks to our great Associate, Gold and Platinum Partners we are able to pull off such great events! 

**Questions regarding Tradeshow, contact Danette Hunt, at danette@ihca-ical.org
**Questions regarding Sponsorship Opportunities, contact IHCA-ICAL Education Coordinator at EducCoordinator@ihca-ical.org

 

 

Registration Info

Registration Info

Online registration is now open.
Please visit the Schedule of Events page to register online.  You can still pay by check with online registration!

Pricing

Download the pricing document HERE

Handouts

Handouts

 

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M101 Food Safety Manager Certification Course (Patrick Guzzle)

M102 Idaho Dietary Managers Training Course students only - Handouts will be provided on-site

TU101 Creating a Latitude for Laughter (Randy Morgan) - NO HANDOUTS

TU201 Creating A Culture of Excellence in Senior Living (Sam Stoddard)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TU202 The Nature of Things: Sexuality in Long Term Care (Carin Marney & Demi Haffenreffer)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE
            * Appendicies - Click HERE

TU203 "Don't Bring Me Candy..." Supporting the Bariatric Resident Before & After Surgery (Kim Landsberg)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TU204 What Qs Should Know About Psychotropic Drugs (Mary Jann)
            * Antidepressants Clinician Guide - Click HERE
            * Antipsychotic Medication Reference - Click HERE
            * Guide to Psychoactive Medications for Non-clinicians PowerPoint - Click HERE

TU301 A Leader's Vision-Your Attention Becomes Your Intention (Sam Stoddard)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TU302 QAPI: Designing, Implementing & Sustaining Excellence Part I (Demi Haffenreffer)
            * Design of Effective QAPI System PowerPoint - Click HERE
            * QAPI Design Appendicies - Click HERE

TU303 Ethical & Legal Use of Social Media (Kim Stanger)

TU304 The IDT Role in Avoiding Unnecessary Drugs (Mary Jann)
            * Psychoactive Medication Use and the Team PowerPoint - Click HERE

TU401 The Purpose of Your Senior Living Business (Sam Stoddard)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TU402 QAPI: Designing, Implementing & Sustaining Excellence Part II (Demi Haffenreffer)
            * QAPI Implementation PowerPoint - Click HERE
            * QAPI Implementation Appendicies - Click HERE

TU403 "Cheeseburger in Paradise..." - Balancing Diet Liberalization w/Physician Recommendations (Anderson/Mikitish/Tollinger)
            * Cardiac Diet - Risk, Benefit, Empowerment - Click HERE
            * Cardiac Diet Liberalization ppt - Click HERE
            * Being A Diabetes Detective - Click HERE
            * Diabetes ppt - Click HERE
            * Renal Diet - Risk, Benefit - Click HERE

TU404 Getting Ready For The Revised ICF/IID Guidelines (Mary Jann)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE
     The following files are informational ... print as you desire:
            * Active Treatment Services regulations (42 pages) - Click HERE
            * Client Behavior regulations (22 pages) - Click HERE
            * Client Protections regulations (29 pages) - Click HERE
            * Dietetic Services regulations (13 pages) - Click HERE
            * Facility Staffing regulations (17 pages) - Click HERE
            * Healthcare Services regulations (27 pages) - Click HERE
            * Governing Body regulations (8 pages) - Click HERE
            * Physical Environment regulations (23 pages) - Click HERE

TU501 "It's 5 o'clock Somewhere..." VIP Tradeshow Reception - NO HANDOUTS

TU601 "Bank of Bad Habits..." Learning To Care For Yourself" (Erin Green)
            * Healthy Changes:  Getting Started Quiz - Click HERE
            * 30 Tips from an RD - Click HERE

TU602 "Funeral Dance..." Supporting Staff Who Provide End-of-Life Care (Garrett Price)

TU603 "Math Suks..." Roundtable Discussion On The Calculation of Estimated Nutrient Needs (panel)

TU604 "Treat Her Like A Lady..." Improved Care Practices - A Parent's Perspective (Seth Schreiber) - NO  HANDOUTS

W001 Alzheimer's Simulator W101 "How We Win" Game, Set and Match (Greg Patton)

W102 "Trouble On The Horizon..." How To Recover From A Business Crisis (Joe Anderson & Mark Pasculli)

W103 "I Have Found Me A Home..." Effective Discharge Planning for SNFs (Treasure/Mumford/Hollenbeck)
          * SNF Discharge Planning ppt - Click HERE
          * Discharge Planning & Rehospitalization ppt - Click HERE
          * There's No Place Like Home ppt - Click HERE

W104 "I Wish Lunch Could Last Forever..." Creating Moments of Joy Through Enhanced Dining (Sue Linja)
          * Handout - Click HERE
          * Finger Food Snacks - Click HERE

W105 An Introduction To Dual Diagnosis: Facts & Fiction (Robert Fletcher)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W201 General Membership Meeting - NO HANDOUTS

W202 Drug Disposal, Preventing Drug Diversion & Drug Testing (Colleen Weinhoff) - HANDOUTS PROVIDED AT SESSION

W203 "Someday I Will..." Age Empowerment (Victoria Savage)
           * Aging Road Map - Click HERE

W204 "That's What Living Is To Me..." Informed Consent & Advanced Directives (David Wilson & Rick Bassett)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W205 Everything You Need To Know About the 2013 Food Code (Patrick Guzzle)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W206 Building on the Basics: Understanding Assessment Practices in Dual Diagnosis (Robert Fletcher)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W301 "Where's The Party..." Tradeshow Luncheon - NO HANDOUTS

W401 Leadership: Worthy of Wonder (Part I)- (Tony Decker)

W402 "That's My Story & I'm Stickin To It..." Effective Incident & Abuse Investigations (Delta Holloway)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W403 "What If The Hokey Pokey Is All It Really Is About..." Use of Rhythmic Instruments & Drumming (Ellen Burnell)

W404 Motivational Interviewing (Betty Trounson & Dawn Wilson) - HANDOUTS PROVIDED AT SESSION

W405 Signs & Symptoms of Mental Illness in Persons with IDD (Robert Fletcher)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W501 Leadership: Worthy of Wonder: (Part II)-(Tony Decker)

W502 "Everybody's Talking..." Bridging The Gap To Reduce Re-hospitalizations (Mary Tellis-Nayak)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

W503 "Party At The End Of The World..." Use of Complementary Therapies in Activity Programs (Ellen Burnell)

W504 Best Practices in Foodservice - Taking it from Fantasy to Reality (Heinz/Lister/Perez) - NO HANDOUTS

W505 Support Strategies to Promote Mental Wellness in Persons with IDD (Robert Fletcher)
          * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TH101 "I Get To!" Life's #1 Game-Changer (Endicott)
            * Joan's 5 Steps ('n Stones) - Click HERE
            * Attitude - Click HERE

TH102 Delegation (Judy Taylor & Sheri Rogers)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE
            * Section 400 - Click HERE
            * Additional handout coming soon!

TH103 Idaho Dietary Managers Course students-only Handouts will be provided on-site

TH201 "I Don't Know & I Don't Care..." Turning Staff into Caring Caregivers (Mary Tellis-Nayak)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE

TH202 "Only Time Will Tell..." Electronic Health Records (Patty Brewer & Sheri Rogers)
            * Handouts coming soon!

TH203 ICF Provider Meeting - NO HANDOUTS

TH204 Delegation (Part II)- (Angela Hillesheim)
            * PowerPoint presentation - Click HERE
            * Idaho Board of Nursing regulations on Delegation - Click HERE

TH301 "An Attitude of Gratitude..." Awards Luncheon - NO HANDOUTS

TH401 "Stories We Could Tell..." Survey Trends & Updates (Debby Ransom)

TH402 "It's My Job..." Survey Issues in AL: What's Next? (Maureen McCann)

TH403 ICF Provider Meeting - NO HANDOUTS

Golf Tournament

Golf Tournament

The IHCA Foundation Keith Holloway Golf Classic

Monday, July 14th @ 8:00AM

Shadow Valley Golf Course
15711 Highway 55, Boise, ID

$85 / Individual
$300 / Four person team
$600 / Fours person team & a hole sponsor

Registration form HERE.

Golf flyer

 

Awards

Awards

48th IHCA-ICAL Annual Convention Awards Packets

IHCA-ICAL is excited to recognize and honor members of your team who consistently demonstrate professionalism, a focus on customer service, and dedication to vulnerable adults who live in nursing homes, assisted living communities and intermediate care facilities. We all know of at least one person we work with who goes above and beyond to better the lives of residents and their families. Please honor those individuals by submitting an award application in their name. Please note that nominations are only accepted from MEMBER facilities of IHCA-ICAL who are in Good Standing AND planning to register and attend the 2014 convention.

~ THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING NOMINATIONS IS JUNE 6, 2014 ~

Nomination Forms:
Skilled Nursing Facility Application
Assisted Living Facility Application
Intermediate Care Facility Application
Volunteer of the Year Application
Hall of Fame-Distinguished Resident Application

The award will be presented in Boise, Idaho at the IHCA-ICAL Awards Luncheon & Board Installation on Thursday, July 17th, 2014, BSU Jordan Ballroom, 11:45am-1:30pm. Award recipients must be able to attend the awards luncheon held on July 17. Inability to attend may prompt the committee to choose another qualified candidate, unless extenuating circumstances are noted. If this is the case please contact IHCA-ICAL PRIOR to submitting your nomination.

IHCA Foundation Scholarships

The IHCAF awards scholarships every year to individuals pursuing higher education, to further their career opportunities in Idaho Care facilities.

Fill out one scholarship application to be considered for the Dorothy Witmer Student Scholarship and the Delta Holloway Long-Term Care Student Scholarship

Accommodations

Accommodations

Here is a list of local hotels:

 

Courtyard by Marriott Hotel Downtown Boise
222 South Broadway Avenue, Boise, ID 83702   (0.7 miles from BSU)
phone: 1-208-331-2700 

Smoke-free, downtown Boise hotel:

  • Heated indoor swimming pool -
  • exercise room
  • Restaurant open for breakfast and dinner only
  • Free Internet access
  • Free parking

King $ 113. Double $ 113.

Start date: 7.13.14
End date: 7.17.14

Last day to book at group rate:  6/30/14

 

Red Lion Downtowner Hotel Boise
1800 Fairview, Boise, ID 83702  (1.3 miles away)
Phone: 1- 208-344-7691 or 800-RED-LION 

  • Free shuttle to Boise Airport
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Exercise room
  • Restaurant - lounge - room service
  • Free Internet access
  • Includes “Roaring Start” Hot Breakfast Buffet
  • Free parking
  • 10 passenger van for shuttle to BSU
Room Single Double Triple Quad
King $83. $93. $103. $113.
or Double/Double

Start date:7.14.14
End date: 7.18.14

Last day to book at group rate: 6/21/14
Book your group rate: ICAL- Idaho Health Care Association  
The group access code is ICALIHCA

...enter the actual dates of your stay.

 

Residence Inn Boise Downtown
1401 South Lusk Place, Boise, ID 83706  (0.5 miles from BSU)
phone: 1-208-344-1200

The entire facility is smoke-free:

  • Free shuttle to Boise Airport
  • Outdoor swimming pool open in summer
  • Exercise room
  • Kitchen in every suite
  • Free hot breakfast buffet
  • Free Internet access
  • Free parking

$94-$124 USD per night

Start date: 7/13/14
End date: 7/18/14
Last day to book at group rate: 6/22/14
Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate:
To book your group rate click here: IHCA - ICAL Conference 2014

 

SpringHill Suites Boise ParkCenter
424 East Parkcenter Blvd, Boise, ID 83706   (1.5 miles from BSU)
phone: 1-208-342-1044

Smoke-free hotel:

  • Free shuttle to Boise Airport
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool - exercise room
  • Microwave and refrigerator in every suite
  • Free hot breakfast buffet
  • Free Internet access
  • Free parking

$92 USD per night

Start date: 7/13/14
End date: 7/18/14
Last day to book at group rate: 6/22/14
Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate:
Book your group rate: IHCA - ICAL Conference 2014

 

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Downtown Boise
1455 South Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83706 (0.4 miles from BSU)
phone: 1-208-429-8881
Smoke-free hotel:

  • pet friendly
  • free hot breakfast
  • free Internet access

$109. USD per night

Start date: 7.14.14
End date: 7.16.14

Last day to book at group rate:  7/7/14

 

Grove Hotel Boise
245 South Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702   (0.7 miles away)
Upscale, smoke-free, full-service, downtown Boise hotel:

  • Near State Capitol Building
  • Free shuttle to Boise Airport
  • Heated indoor swimming pool
  • Fitness center
  • Restaurant - lounge - room service
  • Free Internet access
  • Parking costs $7 per night

Single/Double $ 109.
Last day to book at group rate, based upon rooms available
:  7/11/14 

 

Holiday Inn Express Boise Downtown
475 W. Parkcenter Blvd, Boise, ID 83706
phone: 208-345-2002

  • 100% Non-Smoking
  • Complimentary airport shuttle
  • complementary hot breakfast
  • Free internet
  • Outdoor pool
  • Indoor hot tub & fitness center
  • Free On-site parking
  • BSU only 1/3 mile from hotel
  • Free shuttle to BSU by request

Standard King or Two Queen: $92
Start Date: 7/13/2014
End Date: 7/18/2014
Last day to book group rate: 7/7/2014

Click to reserve room HERE