NACBA's 58th National Conference

The Church Administration Network
2014-07-14 - 2014-07-16
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In 2014, hundreds of church administrative leaders from across America will convene to experience NACBA’s 58th National Conference to be held in the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center. More than 80 relevant, well-presented workshops include such subjects as administration, church marketing and publishing, finance and stewardship, legal and tax, human resources, and technology. This year, you can sponsor workshops. You may also apply to conduct an exhibitor workshop. National conference is a time for church administrative leaders to relax and refresh, to renew and build new friendships, to be challenged by renowned keynote speakers, and to gain information about products and services. This environment—2014 Trade Show, conference notebook, sponsorships—is a big advertising opportunity.

Attendee information

Attendees are from all across the country representing all denominations and independent churches and are from some of the largest churches in the country. Surveys taken at previous conferences indicate that 80% of our attendees are the primary purchasing decision-makers or are strong purchasing influencers in their churches.

Exhibitor information

More than 100 suppliers of products and services will exhibit at the conference, representing accounting and auditing services, architects, calendaring and scheduling software, church directories, church management services, software, construction companies, flooring, investment and lending institutions, Internet consulting,leadership training, marketing software, property/liability insurance, and more.

Future dates

July 13-15, 2015, Gaylord Opryland, Nashville, TN July 6-8, 2016, Gaylord Texan, Grapevine, TX July 3-5, 2017, Gaylord National, National Harbor, MD

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