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WFX California Officially Opens Wednesday; Registration Still Open

The show will present a myriad of educational and networking opportunities

WFX California officially opens on Wednesday, May13, in Long Beach, California, and there is still time to register for the show.

Highlights include:
—Inspiring Keynote presentations from Larry Osborne, Dave Gibbons, John Ortberg and top tech directors from across the nation
—Great chances to meet other church leaders at our networking events – members of over 250 churches will be there – go to one or all: Early Bird Breakfasts, Small Group Networking, WFX After Hours Lounge, Dessert Welcome Reception and Birds of a Feather Roundtable Discussions
—More than 50 Conference Sessions teach you about facilities planning, design and renovation, finance and fundraising, A/V and lighting technologies, facilities operations and energy management and digital church strategies
—100+ exhibitors offering products just for churches, technologies, and solutions that will enhance your worship environment and improve your ministry
—Panel of social media gurus to explain how applications like Twitter and Facebook can further ministries at the New Social Media Lounge
—Church Visionaries will connect with Pastors of all levels at during the Pastors Leadership Lunch Series
—Free Exhibitor Offered Training Classes to teach the ins-and-out of specific products and services.
—Hands-on Tech Training opportunities for audio, video and lighting technologies

For information and to register, go to

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