SCALT Annual Convention & Trade Show

April 23 -24, 2021

Marriott Grande Dunes – Myrtle Beach, SC

In a crazy time when many conventions have cancelled, the SCALT Leadership has decided to move forward with its Convention and Trade Show for 2021 April 23-24.  The schedule is a little different then the past and our numbers might be lower, but at the end of the day our members have not stopped working through the pandemic.  And SCALT believes its members need their own professional Spring Break Boot Camp where you can come recharge and reset to move into the future.

The schedule change will allow you to drive down on Friday and arrive for the beginning of the convention mid day and then you can be back on the road mid day on Saturday or you can choose to make a weekend out of it.  But the time that you are at the convention will be packed with education, networking, a trade show and sunshine.

We look forward to seeing you there. Thank you for your service to the South Carolina public.

Convention Rates

Gold Contractors – FREE Registration

Silver Contractor – $350

NonMember – $400

Spouse/Partner – $100

Additional Attendee – $200

Keynote Speaker

From college dropout, to plumber, to trainer, to speaker and coach, Keith Mercurio has encountered a series of extraordinary failures and some humble successes. But it’s that perfectly flawed journey that will bring him to the Convention and Expo as the 2021 Keynote Speaker.

Click here to learn more.

Following recommendations of health and government leaders, our event has been redesigned with social distancing and safety practices in mind: Temperature checks will be done upon arrival/check-in; seats will be placed six feet apart; face masks/Buffs will be available and must be worn by attendees at the event, except when eating or drinking at your seat; and hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the event. We ask that if you have been in contact with persons who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the 30 days prior to the event you refrain from attending for the safety of the population at large.