(Washington, D.C., March 28, 2011) - The National Club Association unveiled a brand new, member-focused, interactive website this week. The site, www.nationalclub.org, is designed in direct response to the needs of the private club community and to mark the 50th anniversary of NCA.
"We are so pleased with the overhaul of the National Club Association website," said Susanne R. Wegrzyn, NCA President & CEO. "The dramatically redesigned site is the culmination of the association's golden anniversary branding initiatives that started one year ago and truly positions NCA to be a key resource for private club leaders."
The revamped website includes enhanced navigation and functionality. With a clean and crisp design, the homepage welcomes visitors with a photo slideshow to link quickly to key information and events, an RSS feed, industry news, and a spotlight on advocacy issues. In addition, members are able to search online resources, register for educational programs, and browse the latest products and services essential to the club community. A new Member Home Page provides customized content featuring the latest news and access to NCA staff and club experts, who can answer questions about club management, governance, legal or human resource issues.
An abundance of content and knowledge, coupled with a new Legislative Action Center, constitute the website. Resources, articles and research serve as the foundation of the user experience, specifically found under the Knowledge Center and Advocacy navigation. The Take Action navigation directs users to the new Legislative Action Center to learn about top legislative and regulatory issues facing the club industry and allows them to find and contact their federal and local legislators.
"The website gives the club community a unified voice in addressing the advocacy issues important to the industry," said Brian Kroh, Chairman of the National Club Association. "We've established the content hub for the industry and are confident www.nationalclub.org will be the preferred destination for private club leaders."
The development of expanded content for the new website was partially underwritten by the National Club Association Foundation.
For more information, please visit: www.nationalclub.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.