The North American Gamebird Association is announcing that its annual convention, scheduled for February in Las Vegas, has been postponed one year and relocated to a different hotel. The convention will now be held January 31 – February 2, 2022 at Bally’s Las Vegas.

Bally’s is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, between the Flamingo and Paris Las Vegas, and across from the Bellagio and Caesar’s Palace. Hotel rooms are available with one king bed or two queen beds, and room rates start at $144 per night.

People who have already registered for the convention have their choice of a refund, or to leave their registration fee with NAGA for the rescheduled event. If you would like a refund, please email info@northamericangamebird.com, otherwise your registration fee will carry forward for the 2022 convention.

“Postponing the convention was a tough decision,” explained NAGA President Brian Beavers. “Many, like me, have been attending since we were young, and value the information, the camaraderie and a chance to get away for a few days from our farms and hunting clubs. However, it was not possible to hold the event at our previous location. The folks with Caesar’s Entertainment, which owns Bally’s, have been great to work with, and we look forward to returning to Las Vegas one year from our previously scheduled event.”

NAGA will be providing additional information on the change as details are worked out. This announcement allows people to cancel their current hotel reservations and seek refunds on plane tickets that have already been purchased.

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