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Board Seeks Greater Advocacy

The NASO Board of Directors looked ahead at its fall meeting on Wednesday in Racine, Wis., and discussed how it can best serve the industry in different capacities over the next few years, starting with a greater focus on advocacy.

The board talked about the impact that NASO is having at the state association level with the Summit and its annual state days, and how it can increase its presence and assist state associations that already conduct annual statewide officials clinics.

All 10 members of the board, plus NASO President Barry Mano and special advisers, also discussed an opportunity to develop a speakers bureau concept in which high-profile public speakers reach out into the corporate world representing officiating and NASO.

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