Registration & Accomodations

Registration for the 2001 Congress and hotel accomodations must be booked through AAA Travel. You may:

Register and make travel arrangements online via secure server, or

View the registration forms in your web browser or download them in Adobe Acrobat format. Please print out these forms, fill them out completely

For questions regarding the 2001 Congress, call (011)1.314.206.3205. 

Visit AAA for other travel and insurance needs.

Get information and application forms for visas and passports online 

About St. Louis

The City of St. Louis is located on the banks of the United States' mightiest river, the Mississippi. Known as the Gateway to the West, St. Louis and its metropolitan region have more than 2.5 million people living in seven counties in Missouri and five counties in the neighboring state of Illinois.

Greater St. Louis, the 18th largest metropolitan area in the United States, is home to 21 Fortune 1000 companies. It ranks 5th in the United States as headquarters location for Fortune 500 companies. The region's main industries include agriculture, aviation, biotechnology, chemicals, electrical utilities, food and beverage manufacturing, refining, research, telecommunications and transportation.

Learn more about St. Louis area activities at these web sites:

  St. Louis Entertainment
     Art Galleries
St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission
CityHits St. Louis
St. Louis Area Guide
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The St. Louis Front Page

About the Hyatt Regency &
Missouri Botanical Garden

Recently renovated, the Hyatt Regency, a member of the Historic Hotels of America, is one of downtown St. Louis' most renowned hotels. It is situated in the historic Union Station complex.

The Missouri Botanical Garden hosts the reception on Monday, May 20.

About travel to the 2001 Congress

Registration for the 2001 Congress and hotel accomodations must be booked through AAA Travel. Click here to print out the registration forms.