Wichita Kansas and Tech Forum Venue
September 12, 2018 - Opening Reception and Registration
Details for the opening
August 31, 2017 - Tech Forum and Registration
The Tech Forum is located in Wichita, Kansas at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wichita Airport. We have reserved a small room block with a special event rate of $119 (taxes not included) for Tech Forum attendees.
To make your reservation call the hotel direct at 800-659-2220, ask for in house reservations and ask for a room under the UAS Tech Forum Room Block. Make your reservations before Sunday, August 13, 2017 to receive the event rate.
Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center
200 W. Albany Street
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
About Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center
Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center is located in beautiful Broken Arrow only 15 minutes away from Tulsa International Airport. Freshly opened in 2017, this location is the newest, most luxurious hotel and conference center in Broken Arrow, OK, in greater Tulsa. Discover their spacious guestrooms, unique suites, indoor/outdoor pool, and don't forget to visit our on-site bar, the Blind Buffalo Pour House complete with an outdoor patio with beautiful Oklahoma sunset views.
Stoney Creek offers 177 beautiful guest rooms and suites that provide a warm woodsy feel and modern rustic decor. As one of the newest additions to the Stoney Creek family of hotels — this location offers six different lodging styles, ranging from expanded king rooms to family bunk bed suites.
The hotel offers a wide array of guest amenities, including a fitness center, business kiosk, on-site guest laundry, same day dry cleaning, WiFi access, and on-site parking. Warm-up and wake up by taking advantage of 24-hour hot coffee and tea.
Welcome to Broken Arrow
Experience the mid-west flavors of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma! Located in the Green Country region of Oklahoma, Broken Arrow is about 15 miles southeast of Tulsa and is the largest suburb of Tulsa County with a Population of 95,000 and growing!
Named for a Creek (Muskogee) community settled by Creek Indians who had been forced to relocate from Alabama to Oklahoma along the Trail of Tears, Broken Arrow is also nicknamed "Tree City" for the city's attention to fostering urban forests. Enjoy peaceful strolls through Broken Arrow's parks. Take-in the rich history of the city and Muskogee tribes at the Historical Society Museum and dine out for some local cuisine.
Learn more at Visit Broken Arrow, OK.