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NRRCC North Regional Respiratory Care Conference. Minnesota-Wisconsin Wisconsin-Minnesota Come together for educational conference. MN Perspective . 1996: Deb Skees Pres-elect MN at the AARC leadership meeting Discussions about the “Tri-State” meeting IDEA spawned!

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NRRCCNorth Regional Respiratory Care Conference

Minnesota-Wisconsin

Wisconsin-Minnesota

Come together for educational conference


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MN Perspective

  • 1996: Deb Skees Pres-elect MN at the AARC leadership meeting

  • Discussions about the “Tri-State” meeting

  • IDEA spawned!

    • Deb brings in Denise Johnson into the plan

      • Can we say “synergistic”?


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Underlying reasons to join forces

  • Decreased volunteerism

  • Improved program speakers with larger venue

  • Economies of scale

  • Play on the positives of the states


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Beginnings in Wisconsin

  • WSRC Board began to brainstorm in the mid to late 1990’s.

  • Goal was to provide the best conference for the money for our members.

  • How could we increase both quality of speakers and number of attendees??

  • How could we generate more interest in and revenue from the state conference?

  • Biggest expenses—speakers and facility


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Discussion at AARC HOD

  • Other states had already merged their annual conference

  • Delegates Lynn Symrk Lenz and Bob Milisch from Wisconsin discussed the idea with their Minnesota counterparts Deb Skees and Denise Johnson

  • Lynn and Bob brought the idea to the WSRC

  • Deb and Denise brought the idea to the MSRC



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States “foaming” to work together

  • Similar in numbers attending conferences

  • Common upper midwest ideals

    • Hard working

    • Hard playing

    • Fun

    • And did we mention fun?


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Crossing State Lines

  • 2001—MN coordinators visited the WI State conference in Stevens Point.

  • At this meeting, the merger was made between the 2 states to form the North Regional Respiratory Care Conference.

  • Planning for the first NRRCC to be held in 2005 had begun.

  • Vendor Champions included in planning


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How Did that go?

  • Wisconsota

  • Minnisconsin

    This could never work, Packers and Vikings fans all working together?

    Don’t be ridiculous!


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Separate Governing Body

  • Joint Executive Committee for NRRCC

    • 3 members from each state (tie breaker needed)

    • Bylaws were developed from a previous structure used by Joe Huff from Ohio

    • Maintain each state’s structural integrity

    • Separate board meetings

    • Separate Sputum Bowls


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Contract

  • 4 year trial contract

    • Rotate every other to each state

    • Identified location within state

    • Time of year

      • MN fall

      • WI spring

      • Alternated to evaluate best practice


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No Easy Battle

  • Performa’s presented to both BOD

  • Issues to work through

    • State identities

    • Local vendors

    • Locations Locations locations

    • RT’s willing to travel

    • Financial arrangements

    • What if’s….


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Positive Outcomes

  • Meeting new people and making new friends

  • Higher quality conference

  • Sharing new ideas

  • Increased volunteer pool

  • National vendors save money/have higher contact ratio

  • Increased revenues for each state


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Concerns

  • Locate the conference in a central location close to population centers.

  • The far borders of the states are marginalized when the conference is in the other state.

  • Members might only attend a conference every other year in their own state.


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Issues

  • Timing issues

    • Awards

    • Elections

    • Annual business meetings


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2004 Wisconsin Conference

  • 2 nationally recognized speakers

  • AARC speaker

  • 275-300 attendees

  • 55-60 vendors

  • $16,000-18,000 in revenue


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2007 NRRCC conference

  • 5 nationally recognized speakers

  • AARC speaker

  • 517 attendees

  • 85 vendors

  • $55,000-60,000 in revenue


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What do you get for your money?

  • $200.00 AARC member

  • $75.00 Student

  • 11.5-13 CRCE

  • 3 day conference

  • Unopposed vendor time

  • 3 breakfasts and 2 lunches are included


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Kalahari Resort-Wisconsin Dells

  • 2009 room rate $104.00/night for up to 4 people.

  • Includes tickets to the largest indoor water park in the US—located right at the hotel.

  • 2016 room rate already locked in at $110.00.

  • Contract locked in with NRRCC through 2017.


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Revenue Sharing

  • First $1000.00 to host state

  • Remaining revenue divided equally into 2 parts

  • In one divided part, the revenue is split 50/50

  • In the other divided part, the revenue is split based on percentage of attendees per state


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Revenue Sharing Example

  • In 2007, Wisconsin was the host state

  • $60,000 total revenue

  • Wisconsin Minnesota

    $1000.00 -------

    $14,750.00 $14,750.00

    $19,666.67 66.7%/33.3% $ 9,833.33

    $ 35,416.67 Total/state $ 24,583.33


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Results

  • Increased revenues

  • Positive vendor response and increased numbers

  • BOD’s happy on both states

  • RT’s very positive response-adapted well-increased participants


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NRRCC Continues

  • Both state BOD’s renewed contract to continue another 4 years.

  • Exceptional Affiliation

    • States compete and support one another

    • Both bring strengths to table

    • Work and play well together


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