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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Indianapolis Winning Campaigns Training

Winning Campaign Trainings are for leaders of state and local bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations: Board members, staff and super volunteers.

This winter Thunderhead Alliance is partnering with the Indiana Bicycle Coalition and the North American Handmade Bicycle Show to bring our signature Winning Campaigns Training to Indianapolis, IN. Join your fellow bicycle and pedestrian advocacy leaders to learn from expert coaches and each other through the Alliance's proven curriculum on choosing, directing, and winning campaigns to increase bicycling and walking. After three days of fun and inspiring work with the country’s leading experts in advocacy, you’ll come away with the tools and confidence to not only advocate for improvements, but win them! You’ll learn how to:
Choose the right issue;
Set realistic but visionary goals, choose the best strategies and tactics, and stick to timelines;
Map out the power structure in your community, support and leverage allies, neutralize and convert enemies!
Communicate effectively, reaching the right audience with the right message through the right media, …and
Raise money, to strengthen your organization for the next bigger victory!
In the end, you’ll have a detailed campaign blueprint that will assure a victorious campaign and set up your organization for greater victories in the future.

Location: North American Hand Made Bicycle Show, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: Fri, February 27, 2009 through Sun, March 01, 2009
Pricing Information

Registrations must be received by Sat, February 07, 2009 and cost $50
Additional Registration Information

Registration includes lunch and breakfast Saturday and Sunday, admission to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) and a pass to NAHBS's VIP party on Friday evening. A bicycle or walking tour Saturday evening is also included. The training is located at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis with the NAHBS.

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