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CABARRUS COUNTY CONVENTION
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GREENSBORO AREA CONVENTION
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800.344.2282
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Located in the heart of racing country,
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rooms and a 42,000 convention center,
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and 402 rooms. Contact Alicia McKee
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THE COLONIAL
WILLIAMSBURG FOUNDATION
800.822.9127
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Colonial Williamsburg offers a
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in price from moderate to luxury,
with meeting and event spaces that
accommodate everything from 1,400
persons in general session to an
intimate meeting in an elegant board
room accommodating 18. Total indoor
meeting and event space for all the
hotels is 67,000 square feet with
an additional 25,000 square feet in
beautiful gardens and patios. The
hotel group receives its name and
identity from the Colonial Williamsburg
Foundation, but the hotel facilities are

options. With the recent expansion and
remodel of the Greenville Convention
Center, the GCC Campus now features
91,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space,
36 breakout rooms, three premiere
onsite hotels with over 400 rooms,
three acres of green space, and more.
Great venues and the CVB's
complimentary convention services
ensure a memorable experience!
Contact Tarshi McCoy, TMP, CHSP for
more information at 252.329.4200 or
tarshi@visitgreenvillenc.com.
HICKORY METRO CONVENTION
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828.322.1335
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Meet in the Center of it All -
Greensboro is centrally located in the
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every palate. Visit the International Civil
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GREENVILLE-PITT COUNTY
CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
800.537.5564
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A southern meeting destination that's
easy to get to, but difficult to leave.
From the mountains to the beach, our
southern hospitality and style are sure to
impress people of all ages. Convenience
and affordability aren't the only things
we have going for us because we have
more than 76,000 square feet of useable
meeting space located on Interstate-40,
complimentary parking and Wi-Fi with
1,200 guest rooms within walking distance
to the convention center. Meeting planners
as well as attendees will enjoy Hickory,
where life, visitors and meetings are well
crafted. Contact Sarah Davis, DOS for
more information at 828.322.1335. z

Find yourself in good company in
Greenville, a thriving city recognized as
the meeting and cultural hub of Eastern
North Carolina! Centrally located
between Raleigh and the Outer Banks,
Greenville offers a variety of meeting
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Success By Association - March/April 2017

President’s Message
Event Calendar
Change, One Person at a Time
What I Learned as an Employment Attorney: Non-Legal Advice to Get You Out of Legal Hot Water
Is Your Hiring Filter in the Way?
Freedom Comes From Rules
Cost/Benefit of an Organization Retreat
Polish Up Your Confict-of-Interest Policy
Legislative Reception a Success!
Getting the Leadership Basics Right
Member Updates
Should They Stay or Should They Go? (With Apologies to the Clash)
Young Leader Profile
Advertiser Index
Buyers’ Guide
Advertiser Showcase
Executive Director’s Message
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - cover1
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - cover2
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 3
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - President’s Message
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Event Calendar
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 6
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Change, One Person at a Time
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - What I Learned as an Employment Attorney: Non-Legal Advice to Get You Out of Legal Hot Water
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 9
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Is Your Hiring Filter in the Way?
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Freedom Comes From Rules
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Cost/Benefit of an Organization Retreat
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 13
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Polish Up Your Confict-of-Interest Policy
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 15
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Legislative Reception a Success!
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 17
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 18
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 19
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Getting the Leadership Basics Right
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 21
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Member Updates
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 23
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Should They Stay or Should They Go? (With Apologies to the Clash)
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - 25
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Young Leader Profile
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Advertiser Index
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Buyers’ Guide
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Advertiser Showcase
Success By Association - March/April 2017 - Executive Director’s Message
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