Excell 2022 falls right in the middle of the week – Tuesday to Thursday – so why not take advantage of the fact that you’ll be in Las Vegas and make a vacation of it?

There’s plenty to do before, during and after Excell, whether you’re with your spouse, your family, your team or on your own. So come early, stay late or take a long vacation and stay all week.

Start things off by registering for Excell, then get to planning your week.

Sunday, September 11

Catch a show: Las Vegas is home to countless acts of all types. Want to see a magic show? Check out David Copperfield or Criss Angel. Or maybe you prefer a variety show? See the Blue Man Group or the America’s Got Talent live show. Or if you’re interested in some high-flying acrobatics, Cirque de Soleil has you covered.

Monday, September 12

Enjoy the Cosmopolitan: You’ll be busy the next three days soaking in all Excell has to offer, so why not take full advantage of the event venue before the conference begins? Relax at one of the Cosmo’s two pools, hit the casino, wager on Monday Night Football at the sportsbook, decompress at the spa or grab a meal at one of the hotel’s 25-plus restaurants.

Tuesday, September 13

Fine dining: We’ll have drinks and appetizers at Excell’s opening-night reception, but if you’re still hungry afterward, have dinner at one of Las Vegas’ first-class restaurants. Several world-famous and celebrity chefs have Vegas restaurants, such as é by José Andrés (located in the Cosmo), Bouchon from Thomas Keller (of French Laundry fame), Gordon Ramsay’s Steak and Bobby Flay’s Amalfi.

Wednesday, September 14

Time to Excell: Get ready for a day packed full of inspiring keynote speakers, informative breakout sessions, networking opportunities and more. And if you get a free moment between sessions, be sure to check out the Expo Hall, the Next Chapter bookstore or a live podcast recording.

Thursday, September 15

Closing Night Party: The hard work for the week is over, so celebrate in style at our closing night poolside party. And if you want to keep the party going afterward, the Cosmo – and the Strip – has no shortage of late-night bars and lounges.

Friday, September 16

Hit the Links: Las Vegas has plenty of famous golf courses to choose from, so hit the links before you end your trip. And if you didn’t pack your clubs, most courses offer rentals.

Saturday, September 17

See a Concert: Whatever style of music you’re into, you can find a show in Vegas to close out your week. Rock out with Aerosmith, party with Pitbull or dress in purple and see a Prince tribute show.

Sunday, September 18

Get Ready for Some Football: If you’re not quite ready to end your trip yet, stick around to see the Las Vegas Raiders – with newly acquired star receiver Davante Adams – take on Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals in their home opener.

See You in Vegas

There’s no shortage of fun to be had in Las Vegas, but don’t forget the reason you’re here. Excell is a can’t-miss opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names inside and outside the financial services industry, including Olympic gold medal-winning soccer star Abby Wambach, award-winning poet Tucker Bryant, former NFL offensive lineman Marques Ogden, New York Times bestselling author and comedian Garrett Gunderson, Carson Group founder and CEO Ron Carson and many more!

And if you haven’t already, reserve your spot at Excell 2022 now. We can’t wait to see you there!

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