The 2010 National Club Conference to be Held May 23-24

Sessions to Focus on the State of the Private Club Industry

Published Tuesday, April 20, 2010

(Washington, DC, April 20, 2010)-Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), the youngest member of Congress, will provide the conference's keynote address, a Washington insider's outlook for the November elections. The 2010 National Club Conference, which will be held at the Union League Club of Chicago, will bring together leaders from across the industry to network and discuss the latest trends, issues and politics affecting the dynamic private club world.

"The private club industry has begun a transformation to secure its place in the new economy,” according to Brian R. Kroh, chairman of the National Club Association.  "This future includes a stronger, united front in which dramatic leadership from clubs of all types and sizes across the country are joining together to promote issues and legislation that will have a positive impact on our industry.” 

Sessions for this year include best practices in membership marketing, private club use of Internet marketing, hospitality and golf industry trends, and an outlook on key legislative issues for clubs and a review of the new health care law.

The 2010 National Club Conference is supported by the following sponsors: The McMahon Group, Condon O'Meara McGinty & Donnelly LLP, AON, IBS and the National Club Association Foundation.
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