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11NR25 - MRF News Release - 2011 Meeting of the Minds Registration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
11 August 2011

Contact: Carol Downs, MRFA&E Treasurer

2011 Meeting of the Minds Registration

Have you registered yet?  We hope you will join us in Michigan for the 2011 Meeting of the Minds (MOTM) conference September 22-25th. 

Attendance to the MOTM is open to both MRF members and the general public with members receiving a discounted registration price. Individuals wishing to attend this conference will receive $10 off the regular registration fee if you register for this event before August 21, 2011. After the deadline, the fee will increase to $70 for members and $80 for non-members respectively. The seminar cost will cover all the seminars for the weekend as well as lunch on Friday, provided by Harley-Davidson and the dinner banquet and auction on Saturday night.

This year's conference boasts a free on-site braking technique skills demonstration.  Additionally participants are able to test their skills with ALTMOST riding test given by a MSF certified instructor.  Other hosted sessions will include Accessing Public Television, A Bikers View of the Constitution, Protecting your SMRO, dirt bike and sportbike workshops and many more.

The MRF encourages you, if you have not done so, to make your hotel arrangements by August 21st to receive the conference rate of $91. After that date, not only will the room rate go up, but room availability is not guaranteed. Reservations can be made at the Sheraton Detroit Metro Airport by calling (734) 729-2600. The hotel is located on 8000 Merriman Road, Romulus, MI 48174.

The Conference agenda is posted on our website at www.mrf.org; click on Conference information.

In order to register for this event, you can visit our website at www.mrf.org or contact the office at (202) 546-0983. Applications can be printed and mailed to the MRF office at 236 Massachusetts Ave N.E., Suite 510, Washington, D.C. 20002. For more information about this conference, contact the Conference Director, Carol Downs, at (303) 204-6939 or by email at downs@mrf.org

 

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