Here’s an insider tip on Excell 2021: The conference starts on a Tuesday and ends on Thursday evening. Why does that matter? Well, you can come early or stay late to get a full weekend of the Vegas experience. 

In other words: Make a trip of it! Bring your team, bring your spouse, bring a friend, or join other members of the Excell community to get out and enjoy all that Las Vegas has to offer. 

Kick off your trip by registering here, then start putting together your full agenda. 

Here’s just a sample of what your week could look like:

Sunday, October 10

Chicago Bears at Las Vegas Raiders: Why wait until Excell’s closing night party to check out the new Allegiant Stadium? Fly in early to catch a Sunday afternoon NFL game between the Bears and the Raiders.

Monday, October 11

Enjoy the Cosmopolitan: This year’s Excell venue is one of Vegas’ top hotels. Whether you want to relax by the pool, play some table games or slots, spend a day at the sports book, decompress at the spa, work out at the fitness center, or enjoy fine dining – you won’t need to leave the hotel. 

Tuesday, October 12 

Seattle Kraken at Las Vegas Knights: Come to Excell’s opening night welcome reception and you’ll still be able to make it to this 9 p.m. NHL game. Not only is it the season opener for both teams – this is also the first game ever for the Kraken, the NHL’s newest expansion franchise.  

Wednesday, October 13

Time to Excell: Wednesday’s lineup at Excell has everything you can ask for as a growing advisor. Learn from some of the top leaders in business – and the world – from our keynote speakers, breakout sessions and Women’s Leadership Lunch, which is open to everyone.  

Thursday, October 14

Closing Night Party at Allegiant Stadium: If you didn’t fly in early to catch the Raiders’ game, Thursday is your chance to see the new stadium. After a day filled with inspirational speakers and insightful breakouts, head to Excell’s Closing Night Party for food, drinks, music, and a networking experience you won’t forget. 

Friday, October 15

Attend a Show: With Excell in the books, spend some time thinking through what you’ll implement right away. Then head out to one of Las Vegas’ famous shows – Blue Man Group, Cirque du Soleil, Penn and Teller, or one of the dozens of other weekend mainstays.  

Saturday, October 16 

Catch a Concert: Whatever your music of choice, there’s options for you this weekend. ZZ Top, Machine Gun Kelly, Barry Manilow, Billy Idol, Rod Stewart, Donny Osmond and many more are playing on Saturday. Not looking for music? Daniel Tosh’s comedy tour has a stop in Vegas that night, too.

Sunday, October 17 

Hit the Links: Las Vegas has plenty of famous golf courses to choose from. Before you fly out, be sure to beat the heat and hit the links. Most courses offer rental clubs, and you won’t want to miss the scenic views of the mountains and the Las Vegas strip.    

See You in Vegas

To recap: In just seven days in Vegas you can go to an NFL game, catch the first game ever for a new NHL franchise, see a show, attend a concert, hit the casino floor and experience an advisor conference focused on growing your business. 

That’s not even to mention the speakers you’ll see at Excell, including a notable former world leader as our special guest, a former Broadway star, multiple best-selling authors, and some of the biggest names in financial services, including Ron Carson, Jamie Hopkins, Teri Shepherd, Michael Kitces, Suzanne Siracuse, Dr. Daniel Crosby, Noreen Beaman, Tyrone Ross, Adam Holt and many more. 

It all starts with your Excell registration, which closes September 15 – so get your ticket today.

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