The Best of Joe…
June 23, 2014
As he mentioned last week, Joe Annotti is out of the office and blogging will be unusually light. In his absence, we’re running one of his past blogs that has a message that is always appropriate at this time of year! (Note…we updated it a little.)
The Alliance Annual Meeting: You know you’re going to register, so why pay more by waiting?
The 2014 Alliance Annual Meeting is going to knock your socks off. That’s a promise. You’ll walk away from this event a better leader thanks to the insights provided by keynote speaker Dan Heath
. Your board members and executive team will come back better informed and better equipped to deal with issues such as learning to brand the fraternal business model for your next generation of members to dealing with unclaimed property - thanks to the best lineup of workshop topics and presenters we’ve ever assembled. You’ll leave Austin inspired to grow your society younger thanks to our new “Grow Younger Day” workshops
and millennial speaker, Kim Lear
. And you may even get a chance to show off your two-step thanks to the Saturday Night Round Up Party. Come on, you know you’re going to register. And by doing so before July 18, every one of your society’s board members and executives will save $100 on the registration fee. Compare the value of attending the Alliance’s Annual Meeting – the only conference that brings together North America’s top fraternal leaders to address fraternal-specific opportunities – with other industry trade groups’ meetings. I think you’ll agree that at $650, it’s the best education and entertainment bargain in the business. And don’t forget, your young professionals receive an extra $100 discount, but only until July 18. Registration couldn’t be easier
– just a few clicks and you’re signed up. Or call (815) 338-9668 for assistance in registering larger groups from your society.
PS: Want to save even more money? Take advantage of your board member's flights to Austin and register them for the Board Institute
held on Thursday before the meeting! They will receive the best education for fraternal board members offered anywhere and get to share the experiences of other fraternal board leaders.