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Early Bird Discount for NABE Small Bar Conference Extended
NABE has just announced that discounted pricing for the NABE 2017 Small Bar Conference, June 22-24, in St. Louis, MO, will continue through May 22.  Registration is just $150 if you register on or before that date.  Specifically designed to meet the needs of executives of smaller associations, the Small Bar Conference will feature programming on member services, communications strategies, financial management, and much more.  The substantive portions of the program will take place at the offices of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and overnight accommodations are available at the Magnolia Hotel at $149 per night. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, network, and share your challenges and successes at this dynamic event in the Gateway City. Register now!


Register for the NABE Webinar on May 17!
Join your colleagues in the NABE Classroom on May 17, at 12 pm Central, for The ABC’s of Membership Retention and Tactics Worth Trying. You'll hear from three seasoned bar association professionals on shifts their association is taking and some tactics to better retain members. Presenters will also share their "ABC's" when it comes to retaining members: Acknowledge member value, Beat member expectations, and Create member dependency. Follow this link to register and participate in this insightful conversation.

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