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You asked and we listened! It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Colorado Dental Association’s Annual Session, June 5-7, 2014 at the beautiful Vail Marriott Mountain Resort in Vail, CO. Last year, Annual Session attendees graciously gave the CDA feedback and we take that seriously. This year, we’re doing everything we can to make this annual meeting something that everyone can enjoy. Here’s what we’re doing: You asked for more business and less formality in the House of Delegates. Check! The agenda cuts to the chase for more business to occur in the morning. Additionally, several reports will be made in written or video form to make better use of delegates’ time. You hinted that you needed a mid-day break to socialize rather than a formal luncheon with a podium. Check! Weather permitting, we’ll be sitting outside for the Delegate’s luncheon with a lighter summer meal, and time to move around and catch up with colleagues. You asked for more CE. Check! This year we’re offering a three-hour clinical track and a three-hour non-clinical track containing fresh topics and seven great speakers.

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You reminded us that having a handful of organized recreational activities is worthwhile. Check! This year, we’re excited to offer a homebrewing course all about craft beer. We also have a negotiated rate for our attendees to use the Vail Athletic Club. Back by popular demand, we have the Saturday 5K/1 mile fun run. And of course, I couldn’t have an annual meeting without a golf tournament…BUT, this tournament is different than year’s past. It will be at the exclusive Red Sky Golf Club in Wolcott, CO and proceeds from the tournament will benefit Kids in Need of Dentistry. Anyone can golf – while I hope you come for the entire Annual Session weekend, it is not a requirement to play in the tournament. You told us that mountain getaways were preferred. Check! The Lionshead area of Vail is easily one of the most charming European-inspired resort destinations in Colorado. We’ve designed the Annual Session around walking. Once you arrive and park, you’ll easily be able to ditch the car for the weekend and travel by foot or by the free local shuttle. Lastly, you told us that you enjoyed camaraderie, networking with colleagues and catching up with friends. Check! In addition to the Welcome Wine and Cheese Reception, the continental breakfasts and the Delegates’ Luncheon, there are plenty of fun party hopping opportunities on Friday night between the past president’s reception, CU Alumni reception, Creighton Alumni gathering and New Dentist Committee networking event. My motto is: work hard for the shortest time possible and play harder for the longest time possible! The CDA Annual Session is about business, uniting as a profession and collaborating with fellow dentists. Of course it doesn’t hurt to enjoy a little fresh air in the beautiful Rocky Mountains either. Learn more about this meeting and register today at www.cdaonline.org/annualsession. See you in Vail! Cal Utke, D.D.S. CDA President

House of Delegates Meeting Friday, June 6, 8:30 a.m.-Noon and 1:45-5:00 p.m.

Thank you to the delegates attending this year’s CDA House of Delegates meeting. The House of Delegates is the CDA’s governing body that meets annually to make important decisions for the CDA and organized dentistry. The meeting will start promptly at 8:30 a.m. – please be on time and bring your House of Delegates materials. The House of Delegates will provide a wireless atmosphere, but we encourage you to download all needed materials prior to the meeting. The morning session will be from 8:30 a.m. to noon, followed by the Delegates’ Luncheon from noon to 1:15 p.m. After lunch, please visit our exhibitors for the dedicated Exhibit Hall time from 1:15 to 1:45 p.m. The afternoon session will begin promptly at 1:45 p.m. CDA delegates represent the entire state of Colorado. CDA members from all 12 components and the CU School of Dental Medicine are present to share thoughts and opinions. You are representing your component and we urge you to be an active participant in this meeting. Everyone has a voice at this gathering and, likewise, we ask that you are respectful of your colleagues and their opinions. Your time and dedication to the CDA is greatly appreciated!

Delegates’ Luncheon (this is a ticketed event)

Friday, June 6, Noon-1:15 p.m. Weather permitting, we’ll be sitting outside for the Delegate’s luncheon with a lighter summer meal, and time to move around and catch up with colleagues. Delegates and guests are invited to attend the annual Delegates’ Luncheon. There is no charge for delegates/alternate delegates participating in the House of Delegates, Executive Committee members, or registered exhibitors and event hosts. The cost for guests is $38 each. Please indicate on the registration form if you require a vegetarian meal.


CE Clinical Track

CE Credits: 3

Saturday, June 7, 8:30 a.m.-Noon

Root Resorptions: What you need to know from diagnosis to treatment

Orthodontic Retention: Why it matters to you and your general practice

Root resorption presents a significant challenge to dentists across all specialties. There are several varieties of resorption — each with different etiologic and morphological features, and each with different management strategies. Early diagnosis is important, but this is often difficult as clinical findings are many times absent and radiographic findings can be very subtle. Significant loss of tooth structure can progress occultly, leading to structural compromise or loss of teeth. This presentation will examine the etiologies, pathogenesis, and prognoses of the various categories of resorption, with a case-based review of possible treatment options.

Everyone has heard of retainers and their association with orthodontic treatment, but questions like, “What type of retainer should I use?” “How often should I wear my retainer?” and “Do I really need to wear them forever?” can leave you struggling for an answer other than, “Gee, maybe you should ask an orthodontist about that.”

Presented by: Robert Corr, D.D.S., M.S. 8:30-9:30 a.m.

Learning Objectives: • Review the classifications of various resorptions • Present the etiologic factors, pathogenesis and prognoses for the different resorptive processes • Discuss how to better detect the clinical and radiographic features of resorption for earlier diagnosis • Present various treatment options, and review clinical cases and outcomes

Exhibit Hall

Exhibitors and sponsors are very important to our Annual Session. These vendors support CDA members and organized dentistry.

Exhibit Hall Hours:

Thursday, 5:00-6:30 p.m. (Welcome Wine and Cheese Reception) Friday, 7:00-10:00 a.m. (Continental Breakfast Location) Friday, 1:15-1:45 p.m. (Dedicated Exhibit Hall Time) Friday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. (Past President’s Reception)

Presented by: Matthew Gaworski, D.D.S. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

This lecture is for dentists and hygienists who are actually front line players when it comes to retention and often do not even realize it. Get informed with current thinking on retention and see why a comprehensive retention program should be implemented and managed by the general dentist, hygienist, and the general dental team. It can increase your production with very little effort and you’ll be doing a huge service for your patients. Learning Objectives: • Know and understand current concepts in retention • Be able to identify the different types of retention and when they are indicated • Understand the biology of tooth movement and the changes that occur necessitating retention • Examine misconceptions regarding why teeth relapse after movement and the impact that aging has on tooth alignment • Be able to implement a retention program in your office with your team

“Clenching” – The CO2 connection

Presented by: Frank Seaman, D.D.S., M.S., and Roberto deGuevara, O.T.R., R.F.E. 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Poor breathing habits such as open mouth breathing results in low PCO2 and could be one of the factors related with nocturnal clenching and bruxism. Poor breathing habits are a learned experience and can be corrected. Watch an uncongested baby breathe. Their lips are closed and they breathe with the rise and fall of their stomach. With time, this natural breathing pattern is interrupted, and other breathing habits are developed. Mouth breathing is one such habit that is very inefficient and results in poor CO2 retention. The importance of pulmonary CO2 retention will be explained as it relates to hypoxia and the brain’s response to try and correct the problem. Clenching is one of these responses. Breathing efficiency can be improved with nasal breathing and slower deeper breathing patterns. Capnography can aid in this re-learning process. Learning Objectives: • Learn how mouth breathing leads to insufficient breathing patterns and nocturnal clenching • Understand the importance of pulmonary CO2 retention and how it helps with the transport of oxygen through the hemoglobin; the Bohr Effect • Demonstrate the cascade of events that occurs with hypoxia and the brain’s autonomic action to reverse it; the apneic event • Learn what the ideal breathing pattern is, and how to achieve it with capnography biofeedback training

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CE Non-Clinical Track

CE Credits: 3

Saturday, June 7, 8:30 a.m.-Noon

KABOOM! Explosive Practice Growth Through Science-Backed Marketing Presented by: Wendy O’Donovan Phillips 8:30-9:30 a.m.

A successful practice knows exactly who they are, how their practice is different from all others and how to inspire their patients and community to become loyal to them. Take the guesswork out of marketing to increase patient traffic, patient loyalty, employee retention, production and profitability. This interactive presentation will shine the light on the four parts to a balanced marketing formula: brand, online, traditional and internal. 4

Learning Objectives: • Use patient feedback to brand and market the practice online, offline and throughout the community • Develop a foolproof 12-month marketing plan with easy step-by-step instructions • Understand the do’s and don’ts of Websites, online reviews, SEO, online advertising and social media • Discern which traditional marketing tactics are most appropriate for the practice

The Rules and Regulations of Digital Imaging Presented by: Brad Potter, D.D.S., M.S. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

With the acceptance and incorporation of digital radiographic imaging in dentistry, practitioners are now faced with challenges in patient record compliance and regulatory policies. These challenges include issues related to patient and staff safety, file formats, compression of images,

sending images to colleagues and consults, HIPPA compliance, and state practice acts – just to mention a few. The purpose of this course will be to review the many challenges facing you and your staff as users of digital imaging, and to provide strategies to ensure compliance. Learning Objectives: • Identify the role of regulatory and advisory agencies in the development of office protocols for digital image acquisition, storage and transfer • Identify key references and standards that can be useful in digital imaging • Understand key regulations and rules that make it easier for dental professionals to communicate information digitally in a compliant way • Describe how your dental office can use systems that implement standards-based criteria to allow the capability of sharing digital information with external entities for treatment, reimbursement and patient care

Finding the Vital Competitive Edge Presented by: Janet Steward 10:30-11:30 a.m.

A recent Gallup poll showed that 87% of employees are unengaged in their work. How does your team stack up? Creating a congruent practice where you are focused as a leader and your team is committed to you, your vision and your patients is the new competitive edge. Learning Objectives: • Understand the nuts and bolts of becoming a leader your team wants to follow • Learn how to engage your team • Create the ultimate patient experience All speaker biographies can be found at www.cdaonline.org/AnnualSession

Continuing Education Credit The CDA and the Council of Membership make every effort to present high-caliber speakers. The presentations of these speakers in no way imply endorsement of any product, technique or service presented in these classes. The CDA specifically disclaims responsibility for any material presented.

Dentists Certification The CDA requires members to complete 15 hours of CE each year (eight of which must be clinical) to maintain “membership in good standing.” The CDA grants one credit for each hour of attendance at a dental-related education program. To qualify, all CE must be ADA CERP, AGD PACE or AMA Category 1 certified.

Dental Team Certification Dental hygienists, assistants and other staff members should refer to their respective associations for CE requirements.

The Colorado Dental Association is an ADA CERP recognized provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the ADA CERP at www.ada.org/goto/cerp.


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All Annual Session attendees must be registered as one of the following. Enter a quantity below for all fields that apply to this registration. You must register for the Annual Session in order to attend the House of Delegates, continuing education or any other event.

Part I. General Registration

To receive a confirmation, you must include your e-mail address.

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Please fill out this form if you plan on attending ANY event including golf, House of Delegates, CE, Delegates Luncheon, or any recreational events associated with the Annual Session. If you have not received confirmation by May 10, 2014, call the CDA at 303-740-6900 or 800-343-3010.

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If playing in the golf tournament, please indicate a golf foursome and your handicap:

Annual Golf Tournament (reverse shotgun start)

Non-Clinical CE Track: Science-Backed Marketing, Rules and Regulations of Digital Imaging, Finding the Vital Competitive Edge

8:30am -Noon

7:00-9:00am

Continental Breakfast Clinical CE Track: Root Resorptions, Orthodontic Retention, Clenching – the CO2 Connection

7:00am

5K/1-Mile Fun Run/Walk (no race entry fee)

Saturday, June 7

8:00pm

New Dentist Committee Networking Event

5:00-6:30pm

Immediate Past President’s Reception/ CU Alumni and Friends Reception

6:00-7:30pm

2:30-4:00pm

Introduction to Home Brewing and Craft Beer

Creighton Alumni and Friends Reception

7:00-9:00am

5:00-6:30pm

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Continental Breakfast

Friday, June 6

Welcome Wine & Cheese Reception

Thursday, June 5

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Part II. Continuing Education and Recreational Events

CDA Annual Session 2014 Registration


Check #_____________Amount $_____________

The CDA has negotiated room rates at the Vail Marriot in Vail, Colorado. To make reservations, call 877-622-3140 (be sure to identify yourself with the Colorado Dental Association Annual Session). Rate information and further details can be found on the CDA Website at cdaonline.org/annualsession. Rates are guaranteed if made prior to May 14, 2014.

Hotel Reservations

Please copy and complete a waiver for each race participant.

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Parent’s signature if participant is under 18 years of age:

Date: ____________________________________________________________

Signature:_________________________________________________________

Participant’s Name:___________________________________________________

“I have read and understand the above statement.”

In consideration for the acceptance of my registration as a participant in the above entitled event, and with the understanding that my participation in this event is only on condition that I enter into this agreement, for myself, my heirs and assignees, I hereby assume the inherent and extraordinary risks involved in this event and any risks inherent in any other activities connected with this event in which I may voluntarily participate. I expressly assume the risk of and accept full responsibility for any and all injuries, including death and accidents, which may occur as a result of my participation in this event and release from liability the Colorado Dental Association; its directors, trustees, officers, agents, representatives, employees and members; Vail Marriott Mountain Resort; and any sponsor associated with this event. I hereby waive, release and surrender any claim that I may have hereafter as a result of my participation and/or the participation of my child(ren) in this event and in any other activities connected with this event in which I may voluntarily participate.

Assumption of the Risk, Release and Waiver Statement

5K & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk Saturday, June 7, 2014

CDA Annual Session 2014 Registration

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PART III. Delegates Luncheon Registration (Friday, June 6, Noon to 1:15pm) Delegates and guests who do not register for the Delegates Luncheon are not guaranteed seating. Fee $

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PAYMENT: Make check payable to the Colorado Dental Association:

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Signature ______________________________ Billing Zip Code______________ Return registration form to: Colorado Dental Association 8301 E. Prentice Ave., Suite 400, Greenwood Village, CO 80111 303-740-6900, 800-343-3010; Fax: 303-740-7989; cdaonline.org Annual Session Registration Cancellation Policy Payment: Full payment must accompany this registration form. All activities are limited to the number of available seats and/or space for that activity. Please note that onsite registration fees are higher than advance registration fees. Refund Cancellation Policy: Should you need to cancel your registration, notice to cancel must be received in writing by May 20, 2014 to the CDA (jeanne@cdaonline.org or fax 303-740-7989). A $25 administrative fee will be automatically deducted from all refunds. All requests for cancellation and refund received after May 20, 2014 will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis for hardships.


Networking

Welcome Wine & Cheese Reception Thursday, June 5, 5:00-6:30 p.m. You’re invited to a relaxing complimentary wine and cheese reception in the Exhibit Hall, hosted by the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort. Enjoy a selection of wines, cheeses and fruit. This is a terrific way to start your weekend at the CDA Annual Session. Connect with exhibitors and your colleagues at this networking event.

Continental Breakfast Buffet Friday, June 6, 7:00-9:00 a.m. Saturday, June 7, 7:00-9:00 a.m.

Annual Session attendees are welcome to enjoy a continental breakfast in the Exhibit Hall/ Grand Ballroom Foyer. Coffee, tea and juices are also available.

Immediate Past President’s Reception

Friday, June 6, 5:00-6:30 p.m. (or upon adjournment of the House of Delegates) After a day of business in the House of Delegates, unwind at Dr. Cal Utke’s Past President’s Reception. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks are available to Annual Session attendees in the Exhibit Hall. Join your friends and colleagues at this casual networking event.

University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine Alumni and Friends Reception Friday, June 6, 5:00-6:30 p.m. (or upon adjournment of the House of Delegates)

Hosted by Dean Denise Kassebaum, D.D.S., this event will be held in conjunction with the Immediate Past President’s Reception at the Vail Marriott. Connect with friends and colleagues at this fun networking reception. All alumni and their guests are welcome to attend.

Creighton University School of Dentistry Alumni and Friends Reception

ingredients that make our favorite brews. Additionally, this presentation comes complete with five one-ounce pour beer samples. The cost is $10.

Friday, June 6, 6:00-7:30 p.m.

10th Annual 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

Hosted by Dean Mark A. Latta, D.M.D., M.S., this event will be held in Lionshead at the Vail Chophouse (675 W. Lionshead Pl., at the base of the Eagle Bahn Gondola), just a short walk from the Vail Marriott. Connect with friends and colleagues at this fun networking reception with a hosted bar and light hors d’oeuvres. All alumni and their guests are welcome to attend.

NDC Networking Event at The Ore House Friday, June 6, 8:00 p.m. The CDA New Dentist Committee (NDC) is composed of members who are 10 years or less out of dental school or an advanced degree program. New dentists and NDC sponsors are welcome to attend the CDA NDC “Apres HOD” at The Ore House in Vail Village. The party starts at 8 p.m. with food and drink tickets (for new dentists). The Ore House is located at 232 Bridge St., Vail, CO 81657. We encourage you to use the free public shuttle that departs from the Vail Marriott and arrives in close proximity to the restaurant. The shuttle runs until 11:00 p.m.

Recreation Courses & Activities

Introduction to Home Brewing & Craft Beer

The Vail Athletic Club is a four minute drive away from the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort and provides an entire gym and classes from yoga and zumba to a total body boot camp. Day passes, normally priced at $35, will be available to CDA conference attendees for $20. The club is open Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Private hiking tours and yoga on the mountain classes are available upon request. To learn more about the Vail Athletic Club, go to www. vailathleticclub.com or call 970-476-7960.

Saturday, June 7, 7:00 a.m. Participate in an invigorating and fun start to your Saturday morning in Vail! The 5K and 1 mile will be accurately measured “out-andback” courses. The race start will be near the hotel. There is no race entry fee. Water and granola bars will be provided to participants. Course information will be provided onsite at Annual Session. All race participants must complete a race waiver form.

CDA Charity Golf Tournament Red Sky Golf Club 376 Red Sky Rd., Wolcott, CO 81655 Saturday, June 7, 2:00 p.m. reverse shotgun start

Join your colleagues at the CDA Annual Golf Tournament. The exclusive Red Sky Golf Club is nestled near the legendary Vail and Beaver Creek Mountain Resorts. The cost is $185 per golfer, which includes green fees, cart rental, practice balls, bag handling fee and a $10 food voucher. New this year: Golf proceeds will benefit Kids in Need of Dentistry (KIND). KIND provides high quality, comprehensive dental care and education to kids in need throughout Colorado.

Presented by: Chris Williams, Cicerone Friday, June 6, 2:30-4:00 p.m.

Learn how your favorite craft beers are made while sampling some of Colorado’s best! This informal presentation will cover the home brewing basics, outlining the fundamental

All Day Option: On your own activities Betty Ford Gardens and Nature Center Vail Athletic Club Day-Passes: CDA conference attendees receive over 40% off (available June 5-6, 2014)

Lead by: Dave Lurye, D.D.S.

At 8,250 feet above sea level, the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens is the highest botanical garden in the world. With numerous educational programs for children and adults, including mountain hikes, docent-led tours, classes and exhibits, the beautiful botanical gardens in Vail offer countless ways to enjoy the rare and exotic alpine wildflowers and plants. To learn more, go to www.bettyfordalpinegardens.org or call 970-479-2291.

Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum Hall of Fame

The Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum is a treasure trove of ski history and heritage. Its 6 themed galleries display artifacts, nar-

ratives and film documentaries that entertain and educate visitors of all ages. The museum is open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. To learn more, go to www.skimuseum.net or call 970476-1876.

Charter Sports Mountain Bike Tours

Receive up to 30% off your reservation by booking online before June! See all that Vail has to offer on a scenic mountain bike tour. Charter Sports, which is attached to the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, provides mountain bike rental services or complete mountain bike tours. To learn more, go to www.chartersports.com or call 970-479-6971.

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Event Date

Time

Event

Location

Thursday, June 5

Noon-5:00 p.m.

Registration

Lower Level Registration Area

Noon-1:00 p.m.

CDA Board of Trustees Lunch

Salon A

1:00-4:00 p.m.

CDA Board of Trustees Meeting

Salon B-D

5:00-6:30 p.m.

Welcome Wine and Cheese Reception

Grand Ballroom Foyer

6:30 p.m.

CDA Board of Trustees Dinner

Vail Chophouse

7:00-9:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Grand Ballroom Foyer

7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Registration

Lower Level Registration Area

7:30-8:15 a.m.

MDDS Caucus Meeting

Salon D

7:30-8:00 a.m.

Teller and Credential Orientation

Salon E-F

8:30 a.m.-Noon

House of Delegates Morning Session

Salon E-F

Noon-1:15 p.m.

Delegates’ Luncheon

Mountain View Patio

1:15-1:45 p.m.

Dedicated Exhibit Hall Time

Grand Ballroom Foyer

1:45-5:00 p.m.

House of Delegates Afternoon Session

Salon E-F

2:30-4:00 p.m.

Introduction to Home Brewing and Craft Beer

Mountain View Board Room

5:00-6:30 p.m.

Immediate Past President’s Reception/ CU Alumni Reception

Grand Ballroom Foyer

6:00-7:30 p.m.

Creighton University School of Dentistry Alumni and Friends Reception

Vail Chophouse

8:00 p.m.

New Dentist Committee Networking Event

The Ore House

7:00 a.m.

5K/1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

Meet in Hotel Lobby

7:00-9:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Grand Ballroom Foyer

7:00 a.m.-Noon

Registration

Lower Level Registration Area

8:30 a.m.-Noon

Clinical CE Track: Root Resorptions; Orthodontic Retention; Clenching-the CO2 Connection

Salon C-D

8:30 a.m.-Noon

Non-Clinical CE Track: Science-Backed Marketing; Rules and Regulations of Digital Imaging; and Finding the Vital Competitve Edge

Salon A-B

Noon-1:00 p.m.

New Dentist Committee Meeting

Mountain View Patio

2:00 p.m.

Charity Golf Tournament (reverse shotgun start)

Red Sky Golf Club

Friday, June 6

Saturday, June 7

Hotel & General Information

Room Rates: Standard and Lodge Rooms: Studio and Deluxe King Suites: Rates above do not include tax.

For Reservations, call 877-622-3140 (Be sure to identify yourself with the Colorado Dental Association Annual Session)

Rates are guaranteed for reservations made prior to May 14, 2014.

Vail Marriott Mountain Resort 715 W. Lionshead Cir. Vail, CO 81657

Reservation Deadline: May 14, 2014 After this date, reservations will be made strictly on a space-available basis. The CDA is able to negotiate special discounted room rates, meeting room concessions and menu discounts based on attendee sleeping room nights at the designated headquarters hotel.

$119/night $139/night

Parking: Daily valet parking fees are at a reduced rate of $15 per vehicle per day. Upon arrival you may pay to valet park your car, or you may unload your vehicle and check-in, and then park at the public Lionshead Parking Structure, which is a 5-minute walk to the hotel. Please note that the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort does not have a separate parking lot.

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