Propane Days

General Information

Headquarters Hotel The Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel is the headquarters hotel for Propane Days 2016. The Renaissance is located at 999 Ninth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001. Phone: 202-898-9000

Dining Please note that the program includes breakfast on Tuesday. The schedule allows time for meals on your own following the official programming, and Washington is home to some of the nation’s best dining experiences. There are also options available on hotel property and within walking distance. There are cafeterias located in several of the House and Senate buildings.

Attire Business attire is requested for attendees.

Photo Identification Please bring government issued photo identification for your visits to Capitol Hill. Participants will be expected to pass through security check points similar to those at airports. Please refrain from bringing to Capitol Hill any items that would be prevented by airport security.

Questions For questions regarding congressional meetings, please contact the NPGA Legislative Department at 202-466-7200 ext. 336 or e-mail For all other inquiries, please contact Kristen White at

Cancellation Policy Requests to cancel or substitute registrations must be made in writing. Substitutions of registrants may be made at no charge. Participants will receive a refund for cancellations received by May 2, 2016. Participants will not receive a refund for cancellations received after May 2, 2016. Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to: Propane Days 2014 Registration, NPGA 1899 L Street, NW, Suite 350 Washington, DC, 20036 Email:


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