Missouri to Host 2017 NFLC

St. Louis, Conference, Leadership

Missouri is pleased to have been awarded the honor of hosting one of the three National Fall Leadership Conferences (NFLCs) for 2017.
Hosted at the Hyatt in Downtown St. Louis, the conference will bring together nearly 3,000 members, advisers, and partners from across the country for two days of leadership workshops, business tours, and cultural attractions.
“Missouri has not been a host state for almost a decade.  We are happy to have a conference so close to home that hundreds of our own members will be able to attend this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said Chris Dzurick, State Adviser for Missouri FBLA-PBL, “This affordable conference can change lives, and we expect the Show Me State to set some records for conference attendance.”
Host state responsibilities will include the recruitment of workshop presenters, arrangements of activities for chapters, and greeting members at registration.  State Adviser Chris Dzurick and State Chair Lori Brewer will be responsible for assisting National Conference Staff.
The conference will be hosted November 10-11.  Additional information, including schedules, will be released in Summer 2017.