NCBMP Spring 2005 Membership Forum Sheraton Birmingham Hotel Birmingham, Alabama May 11-15, 2005 Presented by: DR. BEVERLY A. BRYANT President, National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners Director, Hospitality and Tourism Administration School of Business
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NCBMPSpring 2005Membership Forum
Sheraton Birmingham HotelBirmingham, Alabama
May 11-15, 2005
Presented by: DR. BEVERLY A. BRYANT
President, National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners
Director, Hospitality and Tourism Administration
School of Business
North Carolina Central University
Durham, North Carolina
Since 1983, the premier professional
Beyond the horizon of time is a changed world, very different from today’s world.
Some people see beyond the horizon and into the future. They believe that dreams can become reality. They open their eyes and lift our spirits. They build trust against the winds of resistance and give us the courage to continue the quest.
We call these people “Leaders” . . .
Your Board of Directors
Members are encouraged to work diligently to develop business partnerships with reliable suppliers resulting in lucrative contracts for their individual properties.
Suppliers are encouraged to work diligently to help strengthen the educational programs of NCBMP and promote the mission of the organization so that more meeting planners are attracted to join.
(Board of Directors)
(NCBMP Daily Activities)
(Board of Directors)
(Donated by National Urban League)
March 18-19, 2005
Action Item Summary:
The Buying Power of Black America, 2003, Target Market News, Inc.
( community service, high school forum)
Members are encouraged to . . .