Apr 24, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell interviews at the NFL Play 60 Youth Football Festival at Chelsea Waterside Park. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Coming to Cincinnati Next Month



If you’ve ever wanted to meet NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and you live in Cincinnati, you’ll have the oppurtunity next month when he comes to town to lead a special session during the 117th Annual National PTA Convention, which is scheduled to take place June 20-23 at the Duke Energy Center.


We pulled this form from the official release on the event:

Please join us in Cincinnati, Ohio, from June 20-23 for the 117th Annual National PTA  Convention and Exhibition. More than 1,000 influential PTA representatives from nearly  25,000 local units will be looking for innovative products and services for their PTAs.  PTA leaders want to implement innovative fundraising programs, improve school and  PTA operations, and enhance student well-being. They are interested in your offerings  and eager to share your information with other leaders and families within their schools.  Do not miss this unique opportunity to present to our highly influential and engaged  audience.

This year, we have planned an exhibit schedule that includes dedicated exhibit time with  opportunities to present your valuable resources to attendees. We are expecting a record  turnout of diverse and influential attendees by offering a wide-range of planned programs,  including four plenary sessions, five workshop tracks, and four general meetings.  Exhibiting at the National PTA Convention is a tremendous opportunity to help PTA  leaders plan for the upcoming school year and help you build a solid base of prospects.  I encourage you to take advantage of our early bird rate by reserving exhibit space  before January 31, 2013.



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