The National Club Conference 2009 to be Held April 26–28
The Economy, New Administration Will be Focus of Sessions
(Washington, DC, February 10, 2009)—The economic outlook for private clubs and the legal, legislative and regulatory environment in which clubs operate—all of these topics and more will be covered at The National Club Conference 2009. The National Club Association is holding the sixth annual conference April 26-28 at the Capitol Hill Club and Madison Hotel in Washington, D.C. The conference is designed to bring club industry leaders together with key decision makers in Washington, D.C., to discuss the latest trends, issues and politics affecting the dynamic private club world.
The 2009 conference will draw large attendance due to the new administration, and several critical issues will be examined and discussed in detail. Sessions for this year include Hospitality Industry Trends and Economic Outlook, Planning In—and for—Turbulent Times, Membership Trends and Marketing Opportunities, Key Areas of Legal Liability, 2009 Regulatory Environment for Clubs and Views from Capitol Hill.
The National Club Conference 2009 is supported by the following sponsors: NCA Foundation, AON, Condon O’Meara McGinty & Donnelly LLP, HFTP, and National Capital Club Managers Association.
For additional information, please visit www.nationalclubconference.org.
Since 1961, the National Club Association (NCA) has served as the primary advocate for private clubs, representing their business, legal and legislative interests, while providing a wealth of invaluable resources to address educational needs of clubs related to operations, model club practices and effective leadership. For more information, visit www.nationalclub.org.