Momentum Summits Presented by Cure


Looking for specialized training that is applicable to your specific job? Christian Music Broadcasters’ Momentum Summits are a great solution!

Each Summit features excellent speakers, live music and opportunities to meet and network with your peers. Spend a day at the Programming Momentum Summit on Thursday, February 2nd or the Millennials (Part 2) Momentum Summit on Friday, February 3rd. Come both days and save!

Registration fees for the Summits are:
Gold Members FREE (registration required)
Silver Members $109 one day / $199 both days
Non-Members $159 one day / $279 both days

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We are so grateful to Cure International for their sponsorship of all of the 2017 Momentum Summits.

“CURE’s mission is to proclaim the Gospel… We do that in 29 countries around the world through hospitals and clinics. Here in the U.S., we use radio. We are delighted to partner with CMB to further that mission by offering educational summits for our friends in broadcasting.”

Paul Goldsmith, VP of Marketing

 

CMB Support Contact INFO:

CMB Multimedia Manager, Jessica Arrendell jessica@cmbonline.org
CMB Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Education, Cari Kates cari@cmbonline.org
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager, Mimi Renew mimi@cmbonline.org
CMB Event Manager, Brittany Whatley brittany@cmbonline.org
CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman michelle@cmbonline.org

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