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NRB 2014 Convention Registration Is Now Open!  Register Early and Save!

NRB Convention logoRegistration for the world’s pre-eminent gathering of Christian communicators and media professionals is now open, and if you register between now and the end of October, you can receive the Early Bird discounted rate.

The NRB International Christian Media Convention, which will be held February 22-25, 2014, in Nashville, is a must-attend for Christian communicators. Every year, the gathering attracts thousands of participants from across the U.S. and around the world for several days of networking, education, business, and fellowship.

Among the highlights of the event is the internationally recognized Exhibit Hall – a bustling, one-stop hub for services, products, and organizations that can help advance your mission. Around 200 organizations are expected to exhibit, including Baker Publishing Group, Biblica, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, The Christian Post, DonorDirect, Trinet Internet Solutions, TWR, and Tyndale House Publishers.

Also notable is the all-new Digital Media Summit (Friday, February, 21, 2014, only), an all-day event on digital trends that will feature 20 experts, including representatives from Facebook and Twitter.

For the NRB 2014 agenda, hotel and other information, go to nrbconvention.org.

For questions related to registration, email Patsy Smith at psmith@nrb.org or call 703-331-4503.

Also, opportunities are still available to sponsor and exhibit at NRB 2014. Contact Steve Cross at scross@nrb.org or call 703-331-4518 for more information.

Register today and save up to $200!

Published: August 22, 2013

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