The Wisconsin Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Society (WHPRMS) is following CDC guidelines in order to safely prepare for our in-person conference, October 6-8, 2021 at the Milwaukee Marriott Downtown in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

WHPRMS Safety Updates

The CDC states that if you’ve been fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic. Although masks are currently not mandated by the Milwaukee Health Department, we will be requiring attendees and vendors to wear a mask at the Annual Conference while in indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status. The simple act of wearing a mask will help us keep the conference safe so we can focus on what matters most: accessing great education, learning about new solutions to your challenges, and safely networking with fellow attendees. We will also be taking social distancing in meeting rooms into consideration when planning for our conference.

Hotel Safety Precautions

Click the following link to view Marriott International’s Commitment to Clean.

Milwaukee Marriott’s Social Distancing Measures & Contactless Experience Include:

  • Signage throughout the hotel to remind guests to maintain social distancing, occupancy limits and seating capacity reductions in restaurants and banquets in compliance with local and state mandates.
  • Partitions installed at Front Desks.
  • Hydroalcoholic disinfectant gel provided throughout the property.

Hotel Reminder

As a reminder, the contracted hotel discount ends on September 15. To avoid paying a higher rate for your room for the conference, please make your hotel reservation by September 15. The discounted room rate is $174/night (plus taxes & fees). You can make your reservation here.

Early Bird Registration Deadline

We know health care budgets are tight so make sure to register for the conference on or before September 8 to save money and get the Early Bird Registration rate!

*All information and safety precautions subject to change as we continue to monitor CDC and Milwaukee Health Department guidelines. Your patience and flexibility is greatly appreciated.