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Register by February 15 for Discounted Rates on NRB 2013!

NRB 2013 logoThe 70th annual NRB Convention & Exposition is just around the corner!  If you plan to join us in Nashville, March 2-5, it’s not too late to register.  Advance Registration rates will be in effect until February 15.  After that date, all registrations will be processed at the onsite rate.  Online registrations will be accepted throughout the Convention with onsite rates applied.

So if you have not already done so, be sure to save your spot at this year's NRB Convention & Exposition!

Also, be sure to book your lodging for NRB 2013. Make your lodging reservations directly with the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center using the contact information here. Additional lodging is also available at the recently renovated Inn at Opryland (formerly the Radisson Opryland), which is located across the road from the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. They have discounted rooms for NRB attendees as well, so make sure to tell them that you’re coming for NRB 2013!

Follow this link below for complete details: http://nrbconvention.org/lodging-and-travel/

Published: February 14, 2013

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