Exchange Schedule

The Exchange features nearly 40 hours of education and over hundreds of exhibitors in the Expo Hall. To search for specific events or session types, please utilize the advanced search option by clicking on the Advanced Search tab with a search-glass image below. Build a personal conference schedule by utilizing the My Sessions tab located to the right of the Advanced Search tab. To view a full summary of scheduled events, utilize the dropdown box that reads summary view and select full view. Also available in the upper right hand corner of the schedule is the ability to export and print information. To view daily schedules, select the conference dates highlighted below in red text.

Exchange 2018 Companion Program

If your significant other is attending the Exchange, they can take in the sights and flavors of Denver through the companion program, put together by the Denver Host Advisory Council.

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Companion Events

All of the companion events below are included in the Companion Full Registration. Each event is also available a la carte.

Check out all the companion events in the Exchange 2018 schedule

All companions, regardless of registration level, are invited to attend the Expo. Join us for lunch every day and don't miss the Welcome Reception on Sunday evening. 

For more information on a la carte events, check out the Exchange 2018 Registration Options.

Companion Welcome Reception

Companion Welcome Reception

Sunday, March 25, 9:30-11:15 a.m.

All registered companions are invited to an interactive brunch to kick off the 2018 companion program! In addition to the delicious spread, you can learn the ins and outs of smartphone photography from a professional blogger and photographer. You'll learn how to take frame-worthy photos with your phone, along with simple accessories and recommended apps. 

Following brunch, we invite you to check out day one of the Expo!


Molly Brown House

A Day with the Browns

The Molly Brown House and Brown Palace

Sunday, March 25, 1-4 p.m.

Sunday’s adventure takes you to two historic locations! Start your afternoon with a tour of the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown House, the entirely restored home of Colorado’s most colorful Victorian heroine.  Born Margaret Tobin Brown, she received her unusual nickname, Molly, as a result of the courage and leadership she displayed during the sinking of the “Unsinkable” Titanic. 

Located in the Capitol Hill area, the house was originally built in the late 1800's and reflects turn-of-the-century Victorian influence.  The tour includes guides in 1900‑style gowns sharing fascinating glimpses into the flamboyant lifestyle of a bygone era.  The Browns made frequent trips to Europe and Molly incorporated the ‘Grand Tour’ style into her decorating.

Next you will visit the historic Brown Palace Hotel.  Known to natives as “The Brown,” this hotel has welcomed the rich and famous since opening in 1892.  The 230-room historic landmark is located in the heart of downtown Denver.  Your behind-the-scenes tour reveals loads of secrets and funny anecdotes relating to the general history of the Brown Palace Hotel and Spa.  

$70 per person before Feb. 22

$85 per person after Feb. 22

Molly Brown House


Olympic Training Center

Discover Colorado Springs

Air Force Academy, Olympic Training Center and Garden of the Gods

Monday, March 26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

You’ll be awed by the power and beauty on display on the Discover Colorado Springs Tour.

Your first stop is one of Colorado's prime scenic areas and top tourist attractions - the United States Air Force Academy, located on 18,000 acres of rolling pine-covered foothills. Your tour includes a stop at the soaring 17-spire Cadet Chapel and the Barry Goldwater Visitors Center, a spacious facility housing a gift shop, restaurant and displays. 

The next stop at the US Olympic Training Center is sure to take your breath away. Led by USOC Ambassadors, you will view athlete training facilities including Sport Center Gymnasiums, weightlifting and wrestling facilities, the USA Shooting Center, Coaching & Sport Science, the Aquatics Center, and Sport Medicine. Life-size figures with narrative panels adorn the Irwin Belk Olympic Pathway and provide information about Olympic and Pan American Sports.

The final stop for the day includes lunch while taking in the breathtaking scenery at the nearby Garden of the Gods. The site is considered by the Ute Indians to be an ancient mythical burial grounds for the Gods. Stop at the Visitor Center and then continue on through terrain composed of huge slabs of red sandstone rising vertically hundreds of feet out of the ground.

$80 per person before Feb. 22

$100 per person after Feb. 22

Garden of the Gods

Post-Conference Tour

The post-conference tour is available to all Exchange attendees, and can be added to any registration as an a la carte option.

For more information on a la carte events, check out the Exchange 2018 Registration Options.

Golden Colorado

MillerCoors Post Conference Tour

Wednesday, March 28, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Two groups of 10 will have an opportunity to take a private, specialized tour of the MillerCoors malting facility in in Golden, Colorado. Transportation will be provided, look for more information soon!

Price: $55

Golden Colorado