July 31 – August 3, 2016
Hyatt Regency Atlanta on Peachtree Street
The city’s rich history combines with inspiration-inducing attractions to create a city with Southern charm and world-class sophistication. It’s easy to see why Atlanta is one of the most popular destinations in the nation to visit.
Atlanta offers tons of fun for everyone—from family-friendly attractions and history to outdoor adventures and award-winning culture.
Beyond meeting fellow veterans and influencing DAV’s future, convention attendees can experience a multitude of adventures in the city. Atlanta is known for its fine dining, premier shopping and unique museums and galleries. A beautiful, historic city, it offers boutiques, spas and shops, amusement parks, a renowned aquarium andplenty ofoutdoor recreation.
Pioneering attendees will have every chance to advocate for veterans with disabling injuries while enjoying everything the Peach State has to offer.
Returning attendees should be aware that the convention will be held from Sunday to Wednesday this year, rather than the traditional Saturday through Tuesday. The schedule for events will change accordingly.
Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band is slated to play Monday night.
Our special room rate is $125 per night for a single or double. Additional hotel reservation information is available at bit.ly/AtlantaReservations, or by calling 888-421-1442 or 404-577-1234. Be sure to tell them you are reserving under the “Disabled American Veterans” room block if making reservations by phone.
Learn More Online
Visit dav.org/events/2016-national-convention for more information.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) can facilitate the screening of injured or wounded veterans. After making flight reservations, veterans (or their care coordinators) should contact a TSA Cares representative by calling tollfree 855-787-2227 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and weekends and holidays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time. A representative will either provide screening information relevant to the veteran’s disability, or the veteran may be referred to experts at TSA to help them through the screening process.