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Monday, June 05, 2017

Join Us at LMCC 2017!

It’s time to register for the Library Marketing and Communications Conference (#LMCC17), which will be November 16–17 at the Hotel InterContinental Dallas (in Addison, TX). 

Early Bird Registration (available until July 28) = $349
Regular Registration = $425

Registration includes:
       Continental breakfasts
       Networking lunches
       Snack breaks
       Two full days of practical sessions
       Plenty of networking opportunities

Our conference has sold out in the past, and while we’ve moved to a bigger hotel to accommodate more library professionals, you’ll want to ensure your spot NOW!

And: We Need Your Session Proposals! 
There’s still time to submit your own proposal for a session at LMCC17! The Call for Proposals is open through June 9th, so don’t delay!

This year we are collecting proposal submissions to fill our 7 selected tracks:
       The Marketing Cycle
       User-Centered Design
       All Things Media
       PR Campaigns
       Engaging Your Audience
       Strategic Partnerships
       Data-Driven Decision-Making

Learn more about each track and how to submit a proposal here. We need your ideas, experiences, best practices, and insights, so send those proposals in now!

While we have a bigger space this year, we anticipate spots going quickly, so don’t delay. Get the best deal possible with Early Bird Registration pricing: 
(While we want you to register now, please do not purchase any travel tickets until after July 1st.)

The Library Marketing and Communications Conference is the only event designed exclusively for people who do library marketing and communications (MarCom) work. It's the perfect conference for M Word readers! (And your M Word owner, Kathy Dempsey, is also the conference chair.)

Thanks to our friends at Amigos Library Services for making this event possible with their support and guidance!

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