Ever sit around wondering if your gun club could be going better? If there was only some way that you could attract more members, offer more programs, or qualify for an NRA grant that will pay to shore up the berm or buy new targets?
Then sign up for NRA's first Club University of 2011 now!
Scheduled to start bright and early at 9am on March 19th at the Embassy Suites Phoenix-Airport hotel,
NRA Clubs & Associations has opened registration for the year's first NRA Club University. And if you Register online today, then they will take $5 dollars off the regular $40 registration fee.
Spend the day learning how to improve club operations, get discounts on shipping or credit card transactions, increase membership, and become a better part of the community. What could be better? It's a a unique one-day seminar where NRA Club University provides insight to marketing, grant application, and business planning. And best of all, it's open to anyone with an interest in the shooting sports.
"We hear a lot of attendees say that they probably should have come to Club U sooner," said Clubs & Associations Marketing Manager Son Nguyen. "There aren't many opportunities to learn the quick and simple lessons we provide in just one day. After applying what you learn at Club University, you'll be amazed at how your operation will change for the better."
Leaders from the Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association as well as industry experts will be joining staff from NRA Headquarters to share their know-how in a variety of different fields. Instead of spending weeks trying to gather all the information these highly qualified professionals have to share, come to the Embassy Suites Phoenix-Airport hotel on March 19 and learn it all in one day.
Sound like a good excuse to visit Arizona? Then sign up now at https://www.nrahq.org/clubs/club_university/registration.asp. Need to ask a few more questions before saying yes? Then contact NRA Clubs & Associations at (800) NRA-CLUB (672-2582) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Son & his staff will be more than happy to convince you on their own.