Whether at the annual convention, in NAGA News or on our website, we spend a lot of time talking about providing a high-quality hunting experience. But perhaps we don’t spend nearly enough time talking about our customers.

While many business owners pay hundreds of dollars to hear a renowned Dale Carnegie speaker, the Hunting Club Conference will feature two presentations, included in your registration price, that will focus on getting customers and keeping them coming back.

Part 1, “Nine Keys to Help You Attract People to Your Place,” will be presented by Merle Heckman, a Dale Carnegie Training & Professional Development Specialist, at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, July 18. Merle will return to the podium the following morning at 9:00 A.M. Tuesday, July 19, to present Part 2, “The Impression I Want to Leave on my Guests.”

These are just two of the many top-quality presentations featured at the first NAGA Hunting Club Conference that will take place July 18-20 at Deer Creek State Park in Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Registration is open, and the hotel block rate has been extended until June 15.

You can see the entire agenda, register for the conference and learn about accommodations by clicking here.

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