I'm sure you've all noticed some changes in TNNA's website. Although it looks pretty much the same, it's behaving very differently.
To put it simply. Technology has changed . . . again. New online computer platforms now enable the website and TNNA's internal management databases to seemlessly integrate and still remain totally secure (which, of course, is always a MUST). This new system also allows for numerous "sub-sites" to be established to enable and encourage conversations among members of TNNA's various Produce Segment Groups and committees.
For quite some time now, attendees have been able to register online.
Now, for the very first time, vendors can submit Exhibitor Contracts
for the upcoming January show in Phoenix online.
It's really simple, just log onto http://s3.goeshow.com/omc/needleartswinter/2012/index.cfm
to access the link.
Another first! Because of this new system, you can also renew your membership online
. Those of you who have been members for a long time will really appreciate how easy this makes life.