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    August 27, 2009
    North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC)

    The North-American Interfraternity Conference (formerly known as the National Interfraternity Conference) has a long and storied history as a body that has assisted fraternal organizations to work together. On November 27, 1909, 26 fraternities met to discuss critical issues facing fraternities at that time. A formal organization was completed in 1910. In 1931 the organization's name was changed from Interfraternity Conference to National Interfraternity Conference. In 1999, the leadership again changed the name to North-American Interfraternity Conference to celebrate the membership of brothers in Canada.

    Today, the NIC has 73 member organizations with approximately 5,500 chapters located on 800+ campuses in the United States and Canada with approximately 350,000 undergraduate members. The NIC is led by a Board of Directors comprised of nine volunteers from member fraternities. The headquarters and professional staff are located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    September 10, 2009
    Professional Fraternity Association, Inc. (PFA)

    The Professional Fraternity Association, Inc. supports professional fraternities and sororities, to preserve high standards on campus and in professional practice.

    September 24, 2009
    American Student Government Association (ASGA)

    ASGA was founded in the spring of 2003 when the editors of Student Leader magazine, a national publication for campus leaders, determined that there was a need for an organization devoted exclusively to Student Governments and providing them with networking, research, and training resources.

    The 2009 conference will be the largest student government conference in America.  Attendance is expected to exceed 600 Student Government leaders and advisors from all types and sizes of colleges and universities nationwide. Over 540 student leaders and advisors from 120 institutions in 38 states attended the 2008 conference which makes this year’s conference ideal for to demonstrate our new suite of services that can greatly assist student councils and bodies of government on campuses nationwide, not to mention entire universities that support hundreds of student bodies.

    October 08, 2009
    National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)

    The National Panhellenic Conference exists to promote the values of and to serve as an advocate for its member groups in collaboration with those members, campuses and communities.

    This is a very large conference where executive directors, board of directors, presidents and sorority leaders come together for educational seminars and events. is a proud sponsor and will be speaking at one of the seminars to various executives and presidents from across the country. We will have a vendor booth for one day, the 9th, which is the only day that vendors are allowed to present their services at the conference.

    December 06, 2009
    Association of Fraternity Advisors (AFA)

    AFA provides leaders in higher education and fraternity/sorority advising with the tools to meet the challenges they face every day. AFA enhances member’s ability to create fraternity and sorority experiences that positively affect students, host institutions, and communities. Their vision for the future is a unified fraternal movement and an increased recognition of the value of the fraternity and sorority experience.

    The AFA Annual Meeting will assist attendees in executing their work to the highest degree through intentional and accidental learning experiences that are both passive and active; with formal and informal networking opportunities for all membership categories and by providing portals to connect with and support the mission of the Association of the Fraternity/Sorority Advisors. This is a conference that we’ve attended in the past and had great success in meeting new clients while strengthening the bond with established customers who attend as well.

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