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Western round-up winners announced.

Western Round-up Winners Announced

The San Francisco Bay Area Society of Association Executives has won first place for recruiting the most ASAE members during ASAE's 4th biannual Western Round-up. The Nevada Society of Association Executives, Carson City, and the Metro Los Angeles Association Executives, Pasadena, placed second and third, respectively.

The competition among the 15 western allied societies took place Feb. 1--May 1, 1991. Results were based on points for each new ASAE member plus one point for each percentage increase.

The San Francisco Bay Area SAE's prize: an educational scholarship to send a member to any one of ASAE's three major conventions. The Nevada and Los Angeles societies were presented with a certificate at the conference to honor their achievement.
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Title Annotation:Amercian Society of Association Executives's 4th biannual Western Round-Up award
Publication:Association Management
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Date:Aug 1, 1991
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