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Club Managers World Conference Travel Package

12.56am 30th October 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The 86th World Conference on Club Management is coming up fast on the horizon (7-11 February, 2013) and the Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE) is aware that many club managers from all over Europe are planning to go to San Diego to be able to benefit from the educational and networking opportunities that this fantastic conference provides.

Approximately 2,500 club managers from all over the world are expected to attend the conference and the Club Business Expo which runs concurrently, and whether you have been before or thinking about going for the first time, a rewarding experience in guaranteed for all delegates.

The CMAE has worked with Destination Golf to put together some great value packages to the CMAA World Conference of Club Managers staying at the 4* Marriott Gaslamp Quarter Hotel, located only two blocks from the San Diego Convention Centre, conveniently located for restaurants, shopping and night-life.

Jerry Kilby CCM, CEO of the CMAE says: “The World Conference inspires and motivates club managers from all over the world year after year. The five days is packed with education sessions on all ten core competencies of club management, and even though the majority of these sessions are aimed at the North American club industry, European club managers can always pick up some really useful ideas that they could take back to their clubs.”

CMAE members are able to enjoy complimentary registration to the education sessions, which is a saving of over US$750, so this is another great reason to attend.

To view the travel packages, register and view more information about the conference including an online conference planner, please visit The Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE) www.cmaeurope.org

 

 

 

       

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