• Grand Summit Hotel - Park City, UT
  • Grand Summit Hotel - Park City, UT
  • Grand Summit Hotel - Park City, UT
  • Grand Summit Hotel - Park City, UT
  • Grand Summit Hotel - Park City, UT

Registering for this year's USPLTA Annual Meeting is quick and easy. Just click the link below to get started.

Then view our Check List to make sure you're all ready!

There is a full agenda of informative committee meetings and discussion panels scheduled for this year's meeting. To see all we have planned, click the link below.

First a booming silver-mining town in the late 1800-early 1900's, Park City was the "Alpine Heart" of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Check out all the activities that Park City offers at www.visitparkcity.com!


What an amazing venue that has been selected as the site for the 2014 USPLTA Annual Meeting - Park City, Utah - home to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games! The "Quality USA Pulse Team" has been putting together a gold medal agenda for the event. TRENDS is thematic - guest speakers will coach us up on international and domestic marketing, research and information/government affairs. You'll be teased all summer with highlights...

Like the Winter Games, there will be plenty of work, tempered with fun and games. Arrange to be at the "starting gate" at 2:00 p.m. for the opening ceremonies. The giant slalom agenda starts on Thursday with Domestic Marketing Trends and the final gate features a twist Grading Trends. Gather for the Honorary Member Reception and Dinner on Thursday evening, celebrating success. Friday morning meetings wrap up at noon with fun around the curve - USPLTA Golf Tournament Friday afternoon or a guided tour of Salt Lake City - including brew tasting, lunch and shopping. Friday night's closing ceremony features buffet dinner and more awards.

I'd encourage you to tack on Saturday and Sunday to explore the Utah Olympic Park as well as other Park City sites. The 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum really is a "must see"! Park City is a great venue and I look forward to seeing you there!

- Marty Anderson, US Pea & Lentil Trade Association Chairman