In addition to conventions, getting involved in the local level is just as important, Simpson said.
I'm a big believer in doing more than just going to conventions," he said.
both limited and unlimited conventions, and the unlimited convention
view, which interprets it only to allow unlimited conventions.
Today, most countries--170 different nations--are party to the Vienna Convention.
The Vienna Convention is made up of 79 articles, most of which provide rules for the operation of consulates, outline the functions of consular officers, and address the privileges and immunities afforded consular officials working in a foreign country.
For the first time Baptists saw hard evidence that the various south-wide agencies, the state conventions, and local churches could accomplish much more working together than laboring at cross-purposes.
Some state conventions, suspicious of the Executive Committee's authority, did not contribute to the SBC the 50 percent expected, and, as in the past, states and the SBC disagreed over who should pay promotional expenses.
Once again, the convention
is on the way to setting records for the number of attendees and exhibitors, and that growth has resulted in a first-ever session on Wednesday to kick off the weekend of activities.
More importantly, the mayor said, is Zen's agreement to drop his opposition to the new hotel, which is seen as key in reviving activity at the Convention
Center, which costs taxpayers more than $30 million a year in operating losses and other subsidies.
With so many choices, event planners can afford to be selective in their facility demands, says Donald Grinberg, FAIA, national director of convention
center architecture with HNTB Architecture.
The 85th DAV and Auxiliary National Convention
at the Chicago Hilton is sure to be packed with plenty of fun and excitement you won't want to miss.