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Still on the Fence About Attending NRB 2013? Don't Be!

Birds on the fenceIn just about a week, thousands of Christian media and ministry professionals will converge at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN, to take part in the NRB 2013 Convention & Exposition.

If you're still on the fence about attending, take a look at some of the top reasons to attend here, here, here, here, here, and here!

And that's just the beginning. In addition to all of the events that NRB is organizing, dozens of other organizations will be holding events throughout the course of the Convention. This includes affiliate events such as the "Television Spectrum Update" hosted by The Walk TV and CrossTalk Ministries, the "2013 International Christian Prayer & Action Event for Israel" hosted by Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, and the "FamilyLife Game Night."

Also at NRB 2013, you'll find more than 20 organizations with Hospitality Lounges (temporary headquarters) set up at the Convention Center, such as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, which will be featuring up-and-coming Nashville talent. The Hospitality Lounges are a great way for organizations to connect in a very open and inviting atmosphere.

Did you know that there will also be more than 20 book authors who will be handing out and signing copies of their books on the Exposition Floor? This includes Ken Ham, June Hunt, Erwin Lutzer, Janet Parshall, Charles Stanley, and more.

We could go on and on with the list of reasons to attend the NRB Convention & Exposition! So if you're still on the fence, come on down and prepare to join us in Nashville!

You'll be glad you did!

To take a sneak peek at who in the Twitterverse will be at the Convention, check out the list of participants compiled by Matt Dickerson from True Potential Media.

Published: February 21, 2013

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