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2024 Pull-thru Network National Conference

We are thrilled to announce that the next PTN National Conference will be held at the Hilton Phoenix Tapatio Cliffs Resort from July 17th to 21st, 2024.

Hotel reservations are now open at the Hilton Phoenix Tapatio Cliffs Resort. Our room rate is $119/night plus $10 resort fee/night. Book your rooms today!

The conference provides many educational opportunities as well as the opportunity to meet people with similar situations. There are many organized social events in addition to the education sessions. The resort has 8 pools on site, a nearby hiking trail, and tennis courts. All of the rooms are suites. We look forward to seeing you in July!

Check out the conference agenda.

Register today!

Conference scholarships are available to qualifying PTN members.

Register for Ask the Experts Session Last day to sign up is July 5, 2024.

2024 Conference Gear

Choose from light blue, navy and red shirts and/or red and navy hoodies

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What Conference Means to Our Members

“When affected children and teens engage with each other at this conference, their dialogue rarely pertains to the actual conditions they are suffering from. However, there is a deeper connection upon which this casual conversation rests, and it is the connection with a fellow traveler. Someone who understands what they are going through without even having to say they do.”

Josiah, teen with ARM

“I have attended four PTN conferences with my family over the years. I am a sibling to a PTN adult who is now 23. Conference isn’t just for the parents and those affected, it is for the whole family and that includes siblings. I was only 11 years old the first year we attended conference. Going into the siblings’ sessions for the first time, I was very unsure and nervous about what to expect, but it became one of the best experiences. The siblings’ session provides time to get to know others who may be experiencing the same thing you are. With many different activities and games, siblings are able to interact and really get to know one another. The connection I have made with other siblings will last a lifetime. PTN is truly an amazing experience and I am so glad to be part of the family.”

Kendall, sibling to an adult with ARM

“The conference is more than education, it is a community with activities that offer a time of lowered stress. For the girls, I can’t describe the difference of knowing other kids (and adults) share their condition versus actually meeting people. It was night and day. For my wife Felicia, and I it relieved stress we only had an inkling we were carrying. Reading articles is helpful and appreciated, but nothing like meeting, hearing, and discussing. While summer 2022 was our first conference, it is far from our last.”

Rob, parent of 2 children with ARM