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CompCon 2018 is at the State Room, located in Boston’s Faneuil Hall and just steps away from the historic Quincy Market.

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The space is casual-cool. Many of us will be in jeans – you should wear whatever helps you feel your best!

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The closest available parking is at 60 State Street. There are also a bunch of other parking garages in the area. Take a look here.

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Boston’s South Station – Acela Express offers hourly service downtown-to-downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and other intermediate cities.

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You’re in luck! Boston is a very walkable city.

If your legs need a break, you can take a ride on the “T”, Boston’s subway system (the stop closest to CompCon is Government Center on the Green Line).

Public transportation not for you? Hail a cab or catch a ride using Lyft or Uber.

Or, if you’re feeling extra adventurous, take a spin around Boston using Hubway, our bike share system. A 24-hour pass is just $8.

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Boston Logan International Airport is located just about 10 minutes from CompCon.

Other nearby airports are Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, and T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island. Both are about an hour and a half away.

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Here are some tasty options, all of which are located within walking distance of CompCon.

Union Oyster House – Boston’s oldest restaurant, Union Oyster House serves seafood and New England specialties (make sure you try the chowder!) in a historic setting on the Freedom Trail.

Granary Tavern – Located in a historic former grain mill, this restaurant and gastropub emphasizes Slow Food principles and offers fresh seafood, farmer’s market produce, and dynamic presentations.

Bostonia Public House – Housed in a historic building, Bostonia Public House offers Imaginative and locally-inspired menus, diverse wine by the glass offerings, and elegant live entertainment.

Barking Crab – This lively waterfront seafood joint offers open-air picnic-table dining, views of the Boston Harbor, and some of the best lobster around.

Mike’s Pastry – Founded in 1946 in Boston’s historic North End on Hanover Street, Mike’s pastry is home of the one-of-a-kind cannoli that keeps loyal Bostonians and tourists coming from around the world to enjoy.

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Client Day is a half-day of client-only sessions from 12 to 4 p.m. ET on September 17. As a Payfactors client, Client Day is included in the price of your CompCon ticket.

Here’s what you can expect on Client Day:

  • Take a deep dive into the aspects of Payfactors you want to better understand
  • Get real-time answers to all your questions about Payfactors and the future of comp
  • Hear directly from our product and development teams about the new products, features, and enhancements we’re rolling out next
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While the daytime sessions on Monday are for Payfactors clients only, everyone is invited to the official CompCon Kick-off Party from 5 – 9 p.m.

You can also check-in and pick up your badge on Monday, beginning at 12 p.m.

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