See you at the 2014 Police & Military Working Dog Conference & Vendor Show
July 13, 14, 15 – 2014 Nashville, TN
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
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What to Expect:
- Attendees Will Receive a Certificate for 16 Hours Continuing Law Enforcement K-9 Education
- Each attendee will receive a free conference t-shirt and K-9 duffel bag filled with swag with their registration.
- 26 World Class – Train with World-Renowned Instructors from Around the Globe
- Create Your Own Class Schedule – Expanded Course Offerings Again this Year to Provide you with a Wide Variety From Which to Choose
- 45 Top Notch Vendors – Vendor Show Featuring Companies Displaying Equipment, Products and Services Related to the Police, Military, K-9 and Tactical Industries.
- Hotel is K-9 friendly, dogs are welcome but not required.
- Registration and Icebreaker/Social – Sunday, July 13th.
- Classes and Vendor Show – Monday, July 14th and Tuesday, July 15th
“Agenda and location were superb. As a K-9 explosives detection handler, some great training ideas were brought to my attention that I can’t wait to share with my fellow handlers here in Spokane.”
- Rebecca Jacoby-Lorenzo
“I attended last year’s conference and it was a GREAT learning experience as a new handler in the business!”
- Osmaine Gabourel, Belize
“I think I can speak for everyone when I say, thanks for bringing our community together! K-9 Cop continues to stand on the cutting edge allowing readers, trainers and vendors to work together in what is generally thought of as a divided industry. The work you put in will pay dividends for generations! I am just proud to have been a small part of it.”
- James Allen Parker
World Class Canine
The LARGEST and MOST COMPREHENSIVE K-9 Conference & Trade Show
The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center - Nashville, TN
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Government per diem rates.
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