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SBE to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at 2014 NAB Show
Las Vegas - Mar 20, 2014 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers will celebrate its 50th anniversary during the 2014 NAB Show with two events. On Tuesday, April 8, beginning at 5:30 p.m., SBE members and guests are invited to the spring SBE Membership Meeting in room S225 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The meeting includes recognition of SBE chapter certification chairmen who have achieved milestone service years, updates on implementation of the society's strategic plan, programs and government relations efforts, and a visual look back at 50 years of SBE history. Prizes will be given away to those present as well. The first 150 people in attendance will receive an SBE 50th anniversary commemorative poker chip.
The membership meeting will be followed immediately by a special SBE 50th anniversary reception, held across the hall in room S219 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Members of the SBE and quests are invited and no RSVP is required. Additional prizes will be given at the reception.
The SBE exhibit booth has a new location for 2014. Still on the second floor of the LVCC South Hall, but at the opposite (north) end near the escalator leading to the Central Hall. The SBE will hold drawings in its booth during the convention.
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