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Exhibit Space at the NRB15 Int’l Christian Media Convention Available Now! Get Yours Today!

2014 Exhibit HallWant to place your company or ministry in front of thousands of decision-makers in an ever-growing industry? Then consider exhibiting at NRB’s 2015 International Christian Media Convention.

Thousands of industry professionals will attend the convention next February, including radio and TV station owners and operators, video producers, radio and TV program producers, film producers, pastors and denominational leaders, broadcast CEOs, advertising agencies, law firms, web developers, bloggers, donor software designers, experts in the areas of mobile and social media, podcasters, and many others.

By exhibiting, you will have the opportunity to engage quality attendees face-to-face as they network on the exhibit floor during all three days of the exposition, which will be open to the public free-of-charge next year. You will also gain exposure through the official convention website, through your access to the NRB attendee direct mail and email list, and through the convention’s published materials.

To ensure you receive every advantage of the exhibiting experience, begin NOW to plan for NRB15.

Here are some testimonies from recent Exhibitors:

“Thank you to the NRB for the opportunity to exhibit and be a part of such a wonderful convention and gathering!”

“NRB was a success and we are working on the list of contacts from all the business cards we received.”

“We received an overwhelming positive response! Exhibiting at NRB provided [us] a wonderful opportunity to expose our film to the key influencers in the faith community.”

“This year, we ‘signed up’ more radio stations to carry our program than ever before.”

“I love this convention. It is my favorite and I look forward to it every year!”

For additional information, email Steve Cross, Director of Marketing, at scross@nrb.org or contact him at 703-331-4518.

More details can also be found at nrbconvention.org/exhibit-at-nrb.

NRB15 will be held February 23-26, 2015, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN.

Published: July 24, 2014

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