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Salt Lake CVB joins ASAE & The Center

The Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau has recently joined ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership’s group of alliance partners as a new corporate partner within the Alliance Partnership Program. The program was developed to provide the industry partner community with opportunities to align itself with ASAE & The Center through customized marketing platforms.


“Partnership is a word that, regretfully in today’s parlance, has come to mean sponsorship, making true partnerships that much more important,” said Scott Beck, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau. “It is for this reason the Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau is so excited about our new partnership with ASAE & The Center. To be able to join a team that is pushing our industry forward with education, leadership in sustainability and the development of new leaders for our industry is an opportunity that creates a true partnership for our two organizations.”

The Corporate Partnership provides significant exposure for a company seeking to align itself with ASAE & The Center. This partnership level contains bundled marketing opportunities in combination with high level and creative visibility to industry partners to help build and maintain a relationship with ASAE & The Center members and the association community.

“Salt Lake City has so much to offer as a world class destination,” said John H. Graham IV, CAE, ASAE & The Center President and CEO. “ASAE & The Center has already made a commitment to host our Annual Meeting and Exposition in Salt Lake City and we hope our new partnership with the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau will attract more association meetings and events.”

Salt Lake City has recently been selected to host ASAE & The Center’s Annual Meeting & Exposition in 2016.

Those interested in specific benefits for the Corporate Partnership program can visit the web site at www.asaecenter.org/industrypartner or contact Deborah Sas at 202-326-9551 or dsas@asaecenter.org.

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