SKAL International USA Events
Dear Fellow Skålleagues,
Skål International Orlando is busy at work planning your 2022 NASC Congress in sunny Orlando, Florida. From May 13-15, 2022, “Fun In The Sun for you Orlando ‘22” will give Skålleagues from the U.S., Canada and Mexico and their families the perfect opportunity to conduct business among friends, network and discover or re-discover what makes Orlando and Central Florida world famous for its hospitality and travel and tourism experiences.
Wonderful year-round weather, world-class attractions and theme parks, impressive hotels and resorts, award-winning restaurants and chefs, and brand new sports venues and entertainment complexes are just a few of the many things that make us special. Our tourism industry has grown a lot since our early days. In fact, we’ll be celebrating the 76th anniversary of our tourism industry and have outstanding speakers who will tell you all about our amazing journey. Learn More.
Get ready for fun, sun and Skål togetherness in Orlando. We can’t wait until you get here!
Click here to view a special Welcome Message from Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings.
Steve Vinciguerra President - 2022 Skål International Orlando
A Virtual Meeting
11 PM (EST) 9 PM (MST)
10 PM (CST) 8 PM (PST)
The Future of Hospitalitycelebrating its 50th anniversary yearcordially invites you to participate in aConversation with Stephanie Linnartz,
Skål Members, families and guests are invited to attend the 2021 National Committee Meeting (NCM) being held at the Hilton Rosemont Chicago O’Hare. Activities begin Friday, September 10 with a dinner cruise on the Odyssey Lake Michigan and conclude on Sunday, September 12. The NCM will be held Saturday morning, Educational Programming after lunch, then a special dinner in the evening. See invite for more information here.
Registration: Two Step Process (Everyone must register for NCM)
Winnipeg is the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba and the geographical center of North America. Its heart is The Forks, a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, with warehouses converted to shops and restaurants, plus ample green space dedicated to festivals, concerts, and exhibits. Learn More.