National Association of Credit Management's: 106th Credit Congress & Exposition

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National Association of Credit Management's: 106th Credit Congress & Exposition


Bally's * Las Vegas

June 10-13, 2002

The Magic of Working Together

Are you up to the challenge of today's insecure economy? Help yourself to be prepared by enhancing your skills as a professional credit and receivables manager.

NETWORK

The 106th Credit Congress & Exposition is not a run-of-the-mill conference. Produced by the National Association of Credit Management the event packed with educational opportunities, information and the latest tools for credit and finance, lets you network work with hundreds of other professionals. No other event lets you talk, one-on-one, with so many other credit and finance professionals and suppliers to the industry-offering you many pathways to success.

BUILD

NACM's 106th Credit Congress & Exposition is the premier event for building long-term relationships that will multiply you professional resources. The discussions and sessions that you participate in will help shape the direction you department is taking for the future.

SUCCEED

Position yourself and your department as a resource of making you company's future success a reality today!

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Situated on the northern rim of the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas once was a place where parched wagon trains paused on their perilous journey to California. From the coot waters of Lake Mead in the East to the towering peaks of Red Rock Canyon to the West, the Las Vegas Valley is surrounded by scenic wonders. In the middle of it all, you'll find the neon lights of a city that is one of the top vacation -- and business -- destinations in the world.

Only in Las Vegas can you eat lunch in the world's tallest revolving restaurant, explore the great pyramids of Egypt and win a million dollars -- all in the same day. Only in "the city that never sleeps" will you find first-class entertainers performing within a shooter's throw of an erupting volcano, a bustling pirate's den, the Eiffel Tower and a collection of some of the finest art ever created.

Want to be amazed, astounded, entertained and enchanted by the biggest, the brightest, the most overwhelming conglomeration of attractions anywhere? Welcome to Las Vegas. Find out anything -- and everything -- you need to know by attending NACM's 106th Credit Congress & Exposition.

Schedule of Events:

Sunday, June 9

8:00am - 5:00pm Registration

1:00pm - 5:00pm 9302. CCE Prep Course (Part 1)

A 2-part review session designed for those preparing for NACM's Certified Credit Executive (CCE) exam.

Monday, June 10

8:00am - 5:00pm Registration

8:00am - 4:00pm NACM Board of Directors Meeting

8:00am - Noon 9300. CBA Exam Review

Review the basics and exam format in preparation for NACM's Credit Business Associate (CBA) exam.

8:00am - Noon 9301. CBF Exam Review

Review the topics and exam format in preparation for NACM's Credit Business Fellow (CBF) exam.

8:00am - Noon 9302. CCE Prep Course (Part 2)

8:00am - 3:00pm Tour: Colorado River Rafting

8:30am - 2:30pm Tour: Las Vegas Highlights Tour

1:00pm - 4:00pm CBA and CBF Designation Exams

1:00pm - 5:00pm CCE Designation Exam

3:00pm - 4:00pm 9306. First Time Attendee Orientation

4:00pm - 6:00pm Expo's Grand Opening/Opening Reception

An opportunity to learn about the design of the convention to take full advantage of all it has to offer.

Join your fellow attendees for the Opening Convention Party-All are welcome in the Expo Hall.

Tuesday, June 11

7:00am - 5:00pm Registration

8:30am - 11:00am Opening General Session

10:00am - 2:00pm Tour: Madame Tussaud's

Featured Keynote Speaker: Sheldon Bowles will teach us the key ingredients of winning teams. …

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