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Friday, February 10, 2017
Attendees Given Platform to Ask Questions, Give Answers on a Range of Topics
Attendees at the 2017 Running USA Industry Conference, hosted at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, come together on Monday, February 27, for an inaugural Town Hall Discussion, an open setting to discuss the industry's hot topics.
The Town Hall Discussion is an opportunity for race directors, brand advocates and other leaders in the sport to ask questions, share their own insights and answers, all the while solving the biggest issues in road running.
"For years, the Industry Conference has sparked discussion among attendees on the most pressing issues in the industry," said Christine Bowen, Running USA Vice President of Programming and Operations. "This year we decided to bring all of these discussions in one session, letting a broader conversation take place at a much larger, more meaningful scale."
The hour and a half session is the latest educational offering of the Running USA Industry Conference, the premier conference in the sport of road running.
Running USA is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization devoted to improving the status and experience of distance running and racing in the United States through collective marketing and promotions, information and communications within the industry and to the national media, services to events and industry members, and the development of American world class stars. It seeks the advancement of the sport and the provision of value to each of its members' events and businesses. For more information, visit RunningUSA.org.