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TazWorks is excited to welcome all of our partners, clients, and friends, back to the heart of Salt Lake City, May 27th – 28th, for this year’s TazWorks User Group Conference (TUG). We’ve been working tirelessly to expand on what you expect from TUG and create even ways to better engage our attendees. Whether it’s for the powerful content or the reimagined collaboration opportunities or the unrivaled networking opportunities, you can’t afford to miss out on the screening event of the year. Don’t wait, register today!

AGENDA

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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM TUG 2020

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS

Hotel

We have negotiated a discounted room rate of $209 per night at the host hotel for this years attendees and partners. This will be a first come first serve basis and we will be unable to add additional rooms to this block so don’t wait, reserve your room today.

HOST HOTEL

Driving

Driving from SLC airport to the Salt Lake City Marriott Downtown at City Creek – approximately 12 minutes.  Average Lyft/Uber  – $11-14.

Driving Directions

Transit

Utah’s lightrail system (TRAX) can take you from the airport to within a few blocks of the Salt Lake City Marriott Downtown at City Creek.

Public Transportation

Activities

See www.visitsaltlake.com for a few ideas on the activities and information about what Salt Lake City has to offer.

Explore Salt Lake
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“I look forward to TazWorks User Group every year. It’s a great venue, great location, and it’s easy to get in and out of. I get to meet the team, fellow industry professionals and friends, and I seem to bring more employee’s every year because of how valuable the content is. Love to see that it’s only grown and improved, year after year.”

Cody Farzad, Employers Choice Screening

“Every year I look forward to coming to TUG. It’s hands down the best industry event my colleagues and I go to every year. It gives us such an incredible opportunity to collaborate, network, and give our feedback about the system.”

Elaine Rosenberg, Advanced Reporting