Institute of Municipal Clerks to draw 1,000 to the Wisconsin Center 5/18-22
More than 1,000 attendees from across the country and international are expected at the Wisconsin Center from May 18 – 22 for the 68th Annual Conference of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC).
MILWAUKEE— (May 15, 2014) – More than 1,000 attendees from across the country and international are expected at the Wisconsin Center from May 18 – 22 for the 68th Annual Conference of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC).
The IIMC is a professional, nonprofit association that promotes continuing education and certification to its members worldwide. IIMC’s 9,500-plus members represent municipalities with populations ranging from 250 people to more than 10 million people in North America and 15 other countries.
A comprehensive conference agenda includes interactive workshops and a variety of educational sessions on topics such as leadership, communication, technology, sustainable municipalities, management, budget/finance and records management and more.
The ideas, best practices, contacts and tools gained help provide solutions to many issues that municipalities face today.
VISIT Milwaukee estimates the economic impact of the conference at $3.5 million.
About VISIT Milwaukee
VISIT Milwaukee markets Greater Milwaukee to tourists, and convention and meeting planners, both nationally and internationally. VISIT Milwaukee has approximately 600 members, including hotels/motels, restaurants, attractions, services and area businesses. Total business sales related to tourism amounted to $4.62 billion in Greater Milwaukee in 2013 and supported more than 48,500 local jobs. The City of Wauwatosa, Potawatomi Bingo Casino and the Wisconsin Center District are strategic partners with VISIT Milwaukee, providing funding support for conventions and tourism programs. For more information call 1-800-554-1448 or visit www.visitmilwaukee.org.
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