[Nfbmo] IREALLY NEED everyone's help

DanFlasar at aol.com DanFlasar at aol.com
Sat Jan 14 03:56:34 UTC 2012

    I just booked a room for two nights at the hotel.   The agent first 
mentioned that there were no more 2-bed rooms for our block but  I mentioned 
that we had the 'run of the house' and she said she could give me a  standard 
room with either 2 double beds or one with a King bed and a rollaway  for 
the same $75 + tax/night rate.   So I'm on board now.  Gene,  perhaps you 
should talk to them about this?  I got the idea that they only  booked certain 
specific rooms and not many of them had double beds.
In a message dated 1/13/2012 2:21:11 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
escoulter at centurytel.net writes:

*(Gary,  Please send to leader’s list and anyone else who is possible  
Hi folks,
I just spoke with the hotel in Kansas City about  our 50th annual 
As of now we only have 16 rooms and ovviously  they are skeptical about our 
ability to fulfill our contract.
PLEASE,  PLEASE, PLEASE  call the Holiday Inn Coco Key at

1-816-737-0200 and 

make your  room reservations as soon as you read this! I have a critical 
meeting with  them Wednesday morning  to determine such things as the menu  
selection for our meals and the cost to the affiliate for meeting rooms we  
have added since initial contract.
You should make the hotel  reservations even if you are not sure if you 
The  Facts:
You must make the reservation by Feb. 28 to be guaranteed our rate  and a 
room at all. At this time the hotel has no intention of honoring the  rate 
after that date.
You can cancel your reservation until 4:00 pm the  day before you  are 
scheduled to arrive.
No hold will be put on  your card until the day you  are scheduled to arrive
Again the  convention is 

Friday March  30 to Sunday April 1 

at the  Holiday Inn 

Cocokey at  exit 9  on I-70. Rates are $75.00/night plus tax.
Please spread the  word to anyone not on this list.
Eugene Coulter, Convention  Coordinator
PS- it is not too soon to send in your convention registration  form 
available on web site and in the Blind Missourian.  
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