BBYO International Convention 2015 Program Guide - Page 13

Please Note: Under no conditions does BBYO accept liability for items brought to the hotel. For this reason, we ask that you do not leave your room without locking it, even if you are just going to the ice machine. General Information Valuables, Passports and Visas The opportunity to check valuables during registration is intended to help prevent property losses in the rooms and around the hotel. Canadian and international delegates’ families should have a copy of their passport for easy faxing or e-mailing, as a backup. Visitors Policy There are no visiting days during IC. Please explain this to your friends and family so there are no misunderstandings or disappointments. The schedule is simply too packed! Under no circumstance can any person not participating in IC come to the IC hotels. Lost and Found There will be a ‘Lost and Found’ box located in the IC Welcome Center. All items will immediately be brought there. If it’s not there, your missing item has not yet been turned in. Name Tags and Room Keys All participants must wear their name tags throughout the entire day for security purposes. If you do not have your name tag around your neck, you will be asked to go back to your room to retrieve it. Please do not switch name tags. With more than 3,000 guests, it is important that we are able to keep track of everyone at all times. If you misplace your room key, or if it doesn’t work, please find a staff person during chofesh, free time, or evening dismissal who will take you to the front desk of the hotel you are staying in to replace the key. Need Assistance? Staff will be wearing light blue vests throughout IC. Volunteers will be wearing red vests. Members of the IC Hospitality Team will be wearing gold shirts. Please connect with any of these adults should you need assistance. You can always receive assistance by going to the IC Welcome Center. 11