Silent Auction to be Held in NRB 2014 Exhibit Hall
NRB will hold a daily Silent Auction in the Exhibit Hall of the NRB 2014 International Christian Media Convention.
Items to be featured at the auction will include rare and historical items as well as novelties, artwork, and memorabilia.
“We have some fantastic items available for purchase at the Silent Auction,” shared Beth Wakefield, NRB Manager of Convention Services. "Items include professionally framed and matted sports, entertainment, patriotic, and historic artwork. Gaylord Opryland has contributed a two-night stay in one of their fabulous suites. We will also have items provided by NRB exhibitors such as a framed print of Noah’s Ark provided by Answers in Genesis; bronze sculptures by Max Greiner; two Cambridge Bibles, including an NIV Pitt Minion Bible and an ESV Clarion Goatskin Bible, provided by Baker Publishing; and a copy of the recently released feature film For the Glory, provided by CDR Communications."
The annual NRB International Christian Media Convention is the largest nationally and internationally recognized event dedicated solely to assist those in the field of Christian communications. The dynamic Exposition consists of around 200 companies and is an active marketplace for those seeking tools and services to expand their organizations. NRB 2014 will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, TN, February 22-25, 2014. For more information, go to www.nrbconvention.org.
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