An Invitation From NENAs President

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Dear Colleague:

The NENA Executive Board invites you to experience the best education and exhibit show our industry has to offer – the NENA Annual Conference. Designed with input from both 9-1-1 professionals and industry leaders, the program offers a unique opportunity to learn and share ideas with your peers and professional contacts.

The National Emergency Number Association is known industry wide for its dynamic, high quality educational programs. Connect with other industry professionals to discuss the critical issues of the day. Be a part of this exciting educational event that will help you, your agency or company and your industry prepare for the future.

Some exciting programs and events await your participation:

  • Pre-Conference Courses- The 9-1-1 Puzzle: Putting all the Pieces Together; Managing the 9-1-1 Center; and E9-1-1 Data Base

  • the always popular NENA Welcome Party on Sunday evening sponsored in part by Positron Industries.

  • the Opening Session, featuring Keynote Speaker Denny Fitch.

  • the Jump Start Café networking lounge, sponsored by Plant Equipment, Inc.

  • the First Timers Breakfast, with speaker Phil Sorentino, is a great way to start off the conference for first time attendees

  • the NENA Trade Show promises to be bigger and more informative than ever

  • the Banquet and Party on Wednesday evening.

Special thanks to our conference sponsors SCC Communications Corp. and BellSouth for their support throughout the years.

Don’t miss out on the fun, and the education. Make plans today to join industry leaders in   beautiful Charlotte for NENA’s Annual Conference, June 13 – 17, 1999.

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Leah Senitte

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