Bringing It All Back Home: February 17-20, 2013 JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes: Orlando, Florida

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Bringing It All Back Home: February 17-20, 2013 JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes: Orlando, Florida


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Community bankers know how critical their banks are to the well-being of their communities--applying both on-the-ground experience and new technologies, helping to drive economic recovery, create new jobs, build small business, revitalize neighborhoods and underwrite activities that enhance civic life.

This vital role is reflected in the theme of our 2013 conference--"Bringing It All Back Home"--as well as in our banker-designed sessions on management strategies, technology, new regulations, mobile banking, social media and more--including just-added presentations on the hottest of hot topics, Tax Reform in the 113th Congress and Basel III: A Look Back and a Look Ahead. We've also expanded our popular CEO Peer Exchange to include a group for banks with assets of $1 billion or more.

Please join us in Orlando, Florida for an event that is sure to be informative, productive--and inspiring.

Go to aba.com/Community and register today.

Keynote Speakers

Sir Ken Robinson

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Internationally Acclaimed Expert on Creativity and Innovation and Author, Out of Our Minds and The Element

Sir Ken Robinson is an internationally renowned expert in the field of creativity and innovation in business and education. His visionary consultancy skills are employed by governments, major corporations and cultural organizations worldwide.

Andy Andrews

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New York Times Bestselling Author, The Traveler's Gift--Seven Decisions that Work 100 Percent of the Time

Join Andy Andrews on a fast-paced exploration of the seven decisions that determine personal success--truths drawn from his international bestseller, The Traveler's Gift.

A.J. Jacobs

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Author, Drop Dead Healthy: One Man's Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection

In his New York Times bestsellers, The Know-It-All and The Year of Living Biblically, A.J. Jacobs tackled mental and spiritual challenges; for his most recent book, Drop Dead Healthy. One Man's Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection, he challenged himself to live a physically healthy life from head to toe.

Navigating the ABA National Conference for Community Bankers?

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