Register for the 2014 ISHA Conference in Nashville

The 44th annual International Sports Heritage Association Conference (ISHA), titled Setting the Stage for Success, is set for Oct. 27-29 in Nashville, Tenn., and registration information is now available. Click here for the link.

The conference, which is being hosted by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, will include educational sessions on topics such as museum programming, interactive technology, recruiting board members, developing partnerships and media relationships, promoting women in sports and more. It also will include a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Evening of Champions dinner featuring guest speaker Hope Hines, a seasoned 40-year professional sports anchor and play-by-play announcer. Additionally, Gold Medal Sponsor 1220 Exhibits will open its doors for a behind-the-scenes tour of its fabrication facility and lead a workshop in the art of creating artifact mounts.

“The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is truly honored and excited to host the 2014 International Sports Heritage Association Conference,” Executive Director Bill Emendorfer said. “Nashville is one of the great cities to visit in the United States. Tennessee is a blend of great food, fabulous entertainment and Southern culture. This year’s conference will provide an opportunity to hear exclusive features from experts in a wide range of fields. This conference will set the stage for success with the help from the many experts presenting at this event.”

ISHA would like to thank its sponsors that help make the Conference possible: 1220 Exhibits (Gold Medal Sponsor); Display Studios and the Canadian Association for Sports Heritage (Bronze Medal Sponsors); Session sponsors 1220 Exhibits, The Media Preserve, Cambridge Seven Associates, The Crowley Company, HealyKohler Design, At Last Communications, Display Studios and Camagine Design; Welcome Reception Sponsor C&C Millwright Maintenance; Communication Awards Sponsor Sparta Pewter; and Conference Grant Sponsor Selago Design.

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