2023 Annual Conference
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chattanooga Downtown
407 Chestnut Street
Register today for the AADMM Annual Conference, taking place in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chattanooga Downtown, Friday, November 10-Sunday, November 12, 2023. The AADMM Annual Conference is the focal point for those engaged in daily money management. The conference provide a forum for discussion, access to a variety of resources and opportunities for continuing education credits.
2023 Conference Registration Fees:
AADMM Member and ALCA Member:
$425 – Early Bird Fee (on or before October 13, 2023)
$495 – Registration Fee (October 14, 2023 on)
AADMM Non-Member fees:
$495 – Early Bird Registration Fee (on or before October 13, 2023)
$565 – Registration Fee (October 14, 2023 on)
Business Basics Workshop:
$295 (Friday, November 10, 2023, 8:30am-4:30pm)
The fee includes the complete training course, a training manual, lunch and refreshment breaks. This course may be taken alone or in conjunction with the conference.
Pre-Conference Workshop: Maximize Your DMM Practice with Quickbooks Online (QBO)! CEU Approved:
$150 per person (Friday, November 10,2023, 1:00pm-4:00pm). This pre-con may be taken alone or in conjunction with the conference.
Friday night Welcome Reception Guest Ticket:
Support AADMM and elevate your brand among the leading individuals and organization in Daily Money Management by sponsoring the Annual Conference.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chattanooga Downtown
407 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402
The conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Chattanooga Downtown. A special room rate of $124 single/double (plus applicable taxes) has been arranged. Reserve your room by calling 413-756-5150 and reference the AADMM block to receive the discounted rate, or use this link to book rooms online. The reservation cut-off date is Tuesday, October 10, 2023. Thereafter the hotel will accept reservations on a space available basis.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in Tennessee! Click here for more information about Chattanooga.
AADMM Conference Committee
The airport that is closest to the DoubleTree By Hilton Downton Chattanooga is the Chattanooga Airport (CHA). If you are having issues finding a direct or connecting flight into Chattanooga, an alternative would be to take a shuttle from a neighboring airport that better suits your needs. Groome Transportation offers shuttle services from neighboring airports. Find out more about this option here.
Saturday Night Dine-Around
The AADMM Conference Planning Committee is putting together a dine-around for Saturday night. This is a great opportunity for you to sample some of the great restaurants in Chattanooga while networking with peers. Sign up will be at the conference registration desk during the conference!
Southern Belle Riverboat Cruise
Join AADMM after the conference on Saturday, November 11th for a Sunset Cruise aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat! See Chattanooga from the beautiful Tennessee River, all the way to Lookout Mountain, under the bridges and past the Bluff view Art District. The cruise departs at 6pm (please arrive a half hour early, it’s a 6 minute drive from the hotel) and ends at 7:30pm. There is a concession stand on board for purchase of snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks. Registration is required for this event. There will be reservations available for the Saturday night dine-around for after the cruise. All dine-around sign ups will take place at the conference.
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2023
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm (arrive a half hour early)
Cost: $43.56 (includes tax and service charge)
Deadline to register: September 30, 2023
THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN CHATTANOOGA
Chattanooga is a sparkling jewel on the banks of the Tennessee River. It’s home to Lookout Mountain, Coolidge Park’s legendary carousel, the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Olympic rapids and ample greenways. It also has a spectacular downtown, world-class museums and bustling arts and shopping districts. It’s a little bit of everything you need and anything you want nestled in the Appalachian Mountains.
Built on a ninety-foot limestone bluff overlooking the Tennessee River and comprised of a 1905 classical revival mansion, a low-slung 1970s building and a 2005 contemporary structure, the Hunter Museum of American Art showcases 100 years of architecture and houses the finest collection of American art in the Southeast. The collection of the Hunter Museum spans the history of American art from the colonial period to the present day, and covers a wide variety of media including painting, sculpture, contemporary studio glass, and crafts.
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) in Chattanooga offers a deep dive into the city’s rich railway history, dating back to 1850. Despite the rail industry’s decline in the mid-20th century, local enthusiasts founded TVRM in 1961 to preserve and restore historic railway equipment. The museum, which operates passenger trains on the original East Tennessee, Virginia, and Georgia roadbed, has expanded thanks to Southern Railway donations
Chattanooga’s Classic Arcade Pinball Museum is an interactive museum dedicated to the nostalgia, history, science, and fun behind the fascinating game of pinball. Patrons to the museum have the opportunity to play and/or view our 50+ exhibits including many of the Classica Arcade games from the 80’s and 90’s.
A ride unlike any other! The thrill of riding ‘America’s Most Amazing Mile’ has delighted guests for more than a century. As the Incline climbs historic Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga’s surrounding mountains and valleys come alive as the trolley-style railcars carry you cloud-high. The breathtaking 72.7 % grade of the track near the top gives the Incline the distinction of being the world’s steepest passenger railway. Discover the charm of the Lookout Mountain Station. The free observation deck is the highest overlook on Lookout Mountain. The Incline Centennial Exhibits depict the history of one of Chattanooga’s most unusual landmarks, featuring rare photographs of the Incline and points of interest on Lookout Mountain from the late 1800s to the present.
The oldest and largest of America’s Civil War parks, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park (NMP), commemorates the 1863 battles for Chattanooga that marked a major turning point in the war. The NMP spans the borders of Georgia and Tennessee, with major units at Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Orchard Knob and Signal Point. The park is headquartered at Chickamauga Battlefield, where the fields and woods of northwest Georgia witnessed the last major Confederate victory of the Civil War. Moccasin Bend National Archeological District, the newest addition to the NMP in 2003, not only commemorates the Civil War but preserves over 12,000 years of human history and heritage.
Located in the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo, Gate 11 Distillery is a true micro-distillery, producing, serving and selling Vodka, Gin, Rum and Whiskey. Gate 11 offers daytime tours, tastings, flights, bottle and merchandise sales and, in the evening, cocktails at our indoor and outdoor bars overlooking the iconic Choo Choo engine and Glenn Miller Gardens. Honoring the long tradition of innovation and industry in Chattanooga, Gate 11 distillers use the finest raw materials and custom-built pot, column and reflux stills to practice their Small Batch Alchemy!
Explore Chattanooga with a Tour!
Chatt Taste Tours for foodies
Chattanooga Ghost Tours for haunted stories behind many of the buildings downtown
Outshine Adventure if you’re up for exploring Bat Caves
Experience Chattanooga for a private hiking tour
Sightseeing & Sunset Cruises on the Southern Belle Riverboat
River Gorge Excursions on the Chattanooga River
Getting around Chattanooga
Market Street and Broad Street run North to South from the river all the way to Lookout Mountain. So, if you ever find yourself saying, “where am I? What am I doing?” just navigate to one of those streets and you’ll be able to get your bearings.
Chattanooga has an incredibly walkable downtown and offers additional great ways to get around the city. So, ditch the car and ride the shuttle, walk, or easily rent a bike for the day as you enjoy Chattanooga.
The free electric shuttle covers downtown from the Southside District to the Riverfront, and additionally connects to the Southside, Northshore and St. Elmo neighborhoods. Downtown shuttle stops every 15 minutes, Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m., and later on Saturdays (Only open until 11pm on Saturdays. Sundays until 8:30pm). The Northshore and St. Elmo routes have varied hours.
Bike Chattanooga, the first citywide bike share system in the South, offers more than 400 bikes at 42 locations throughout the city. The easiest way to use the bikes is to download the PBSC app to purchase passes, unlock bikes, see bike availability, and more. Passes give you unlimited 60-minute trips; if you need more time, dock the bike and unlock another to continue riding without accumulating overage fees.
Whether it’s a book by a Chattanooga author or Chattanooga is the book’s setting, there are many must reads prior to your visit! If you like to visit local bookstores on your travels, Chattanooga has several to offer. Visit here for more information.
Check out the restaurant scene in Chattanooga! From fine dining, to local hotspots, Chattanooga has it all.