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Don’t delay! April 21st is the last day to benefit from Early Bird pricing for the 2014 National Urban League Conference. Don’t miss out on this deal! Register by midnight TODAY to take advantage of Early Bird rates. If you have already begun the registration process, be sure to complete it by midnight or the system will add $50 to your registrations.  We also recommend that you register today as hotels are selling out fast and you must be registered and paid in full to gain access to the National Urban League room block!

Visit http://conf2014.iamempowered.com/ for more information and Register Today!  We look forward to seeing you in Cincinnati where the 2014 Conference, One Nation Underemployed: Bridges to Jobs and Justice will offer unmatched opportunities for professional development, personal empowerment, networking, and access to dynamic speakers and leaders.

Don’t delay, take advantage of Early Bird Rates and register TODAY!

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