The National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners (www.
What does NCBMP stand for?
NCBMP stands for National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners
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Samples in periodicals archive:
I've been to more than one convention where a gospel choir performed, but I've never seen a choir like the one at the annual meeting of the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners (NCBMP) in Charlotte, North Carolina, last month.
Groups such as the National Medical Association, the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners, the National Association of Black Journalists, the 100 Black Men of America, the National Baptist Convention, Delta Sigma Theta, and the U.
They're also working closely with the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners to ensure that the big African American conventions, which can draw as many as 50,000 participants, know that black-owned establishments are out there and that their numbers are growing.
WHAT YOU STAND TO GAIN As evidence mounts to prove the importance of the black consumer in the travel industry, it's more imperative than ever that black groups stake a claim on their share of the benefits, according to the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners.