Networking? NSC Has You Covered

Every year, attendees come to the National Safety Conference for two main reasons, knowledge and networking. The knowledge part is more than covered with the expo's hundreds of technical sessions and development seminars and networking part is simplified with more than 800 planned exhibitors. But for those who really crave personal interaction with clients there's nothing better than a round of golf.

Now in its third season, the 2009 Golf Fore Safety Outing will tee off Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda, Calif. At the kick-off outing, attendees will have the opportunity to network with local vendors, Congress exhibitors, NSC members, and safety professionals from across the country and overseas.

If golf's just not your game, you can still attend the Welcome Reception, which is free to all attendees and exhibitors, on Monday, Sept. 22 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. For the real heavy-hitters, take your clients to enjoy all Anaheim, Calif. has to offer with discount tickets to Disneyland, as well as discounts and special offers at participating local businesses, through NSC's "Show Your Badge & Save" program.

Participating destinations include: Aquarium of the Pacific, Bowers Museum, Flightdeck Air Combat Center, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Anaheim Maingate/Red Lion, House of Blues - Anaheim, JW's Steakhouse, 21 Oceanfront, Burke Williams Day Spa, and more.

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