Welcome National Management Association
2023 Annual Conference
September 27-30, 2023
We have lots to show you
Hiking with unforgettable views of the desert and delectable dining are just a small part of what Tucson offers as a premier Southwest destination. Tucson is also home to famous attractions, some of the nation's finest golf courses and world-class spas. You can re-live Tucson's past by visiting historic landmarks of Native Americans, Spanish Conquistadors and Wild West legends. With more than 350 days of sunshine and a variety of activities, you'll find yourself constantly entertained. But the choice is always yours to kick back by the pool and enjoy a margarita.
2023 NMA Annual Conference
September 27-30, 2023
The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa
3800 E. Sunrise Dr., Tucson
The soul of the Sonoran Desert. The flavor of the Southwest. Tucson means Wide Open Spaces and plenty of room to unplug, explore, and Free Yourself. Join your fellow NMA colleagues in Tucson, the heart of the Sonoran Desert, in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains under the theme "Launching Future Leaders."
Register by July 17 to take advantage of the "early" early bird discount ($50) and don’t forget to add your chapter rewards! We will see you in Tucson in September!
Registration website link Attendee Registration 2023
Extend Your Stay
One of the toughest things to do once you get to Tucson is deciding what to do. With a myriad of different day-long excursions, the decision can be tough!
With quaint shops specializing in items with a Southwest flavor, four malls featuring well-known stores, and high-end shopping centers with some of the biggest names in fashion, you can find what you're looking for in Tucson.
Want to know what's going on in Tucson? Check out our major events calendar to find out.
Tucson Staples "A" Mountain & Tumamoc Hill
Loved by the locals, see sweeping Tucson views atop "A" Mountain or Tumamoc Hill, a butte located immediately to its west. A quick drive up "A" Mountain and you're at the foot of some casual hiking. Or break a sweat ascending the paved yet steep path amongst other walkers on Tumamoc Hill. Whichever path you take, bring…