Special Needs Transportation

Contest to come up with theme for special-needs conference

Posted on April 26, 2010

Edupro Group will waive the conference registration fee for the person who submits the winning theme for the 20th Transporting Students With Disabilities and Preschoolers Conference.

The event will be held in Kansas City, Mo., March 11-16, 2011.

Edupro is looking for theme ideas that catch attention, are brief and to the point, promise something constituents seek, inspire, motivate, suggest a compelling graphic, tie in with the conference location or pinpoint a vital concern of the special-needs transportation community.

The winning theme will be announced on or before June 21.

Entries must be sent by e-mail to [email protected] by May 20, with Theme Contest as the subject line. Entries are limited to three theme ideas per individual. Entrants must include their name, title, organization, mailing address, phone and fax.

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