URJ Biennial Delegations: More is More!

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URJ Biennial Delegations: More is More!

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Did you know you can earn benefits when you register early for the URJ Biennial 2017?

Kicking off in just 148 days, the URJ Biennial is the largest, most exciting Jewish gathering in North America and you won't want to miss a minute of it! With just five months to go, representatives from more than 200 congregations are already registered.

You probably know all the reasons why you should attend URJ Biennial 2017, like the 140+ sessions covering congregational life and Jewish learning, the incredible Shabbat experience, and the performances from today's hottest Jewish musicians. What you might not know is that you can receive special benefits by registering with a delegation from your congregation – including a discount on your registration cost itself.

With this ready-to-use delegation marketing toolkit, it’s easy to encourage others to join you at the URJ Biennial. Invite your congregation's members, board, up-and-coming lay leaders, teens, young adults, synagogue professionals, educators, cantors, and rabbis.

Reduced rates are also available for young adults (ages 18-36), active duty armed forces, high school students, retired rabbis and cantors, and others.

By registering before October 10's early bird deadline, as part of a delegation or as an individual, you can receive a discounted registration rate, plus the chance to win prizes like gift cards to nearby restaurants, room upgrades, and more. Register by July 19, and you'll be entered to win a $50 Dunkin' Donuts gift card!

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Published: 7/18/2017

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