Last year’s Bikes on the Border conference was so successful we are doing it again. The Second Annual Bikes on the Border will be held from March 21 to 23, 2014 in Kings Mountain North Carolina. The host hotel is the Holiday Inn Express Kings Mountain, NC at 100 Woodlake Pkwy., Kings Mountain, NC. Room rates are $75.00. Call 704-734-0014 for reservations. A block of rooms has been set aside for the conference.
The Actual conference will be held on Saturday March 22nd at the H. Lawrence Patrick Conference Center at 909 E. King St., Kings Mountain, NC. It is 1.8 miles from the host hotel. Topics will include
– Federal legislation affecting motorcyclists.
– Lobbying 101 – A panel discussion on effective lobbying on both the state and federal level.
– Insurance law and how it affects motorcyclists.
– How to deal with toxic members in your motorcycle rights organization.
– A roundtable discussion among all attendees on issues of importance to motorcyclists in your state.
There is a $25.00 registration fee which includes a t-shirt and a ticket to the banquet Saturday night. Walk-ins are welcome at the conference, but those who register will have guaranteed seating. Additionally only registrants will receive banquet tickets and t-shirts.
You may register by check made payable to McGrath & Danielson, PO Box 5424, Richmond, VA 23220 and mail with a registration form found at: http://motorcyclelawgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/112513-MLG-BOB-Form.pdf
You may also register using PayPal at: http://motorcyclelawgroup.com/bikes-on-the-border/
This year’s banquet will feature a silent auction and a 50/50 with all proceeds going to the Motorcycle Riders Foundation. If you have items for the silent auction please contact Rob Griffin at email@example.com.
If you can make the conference, plan to arrive Friday evening for fellowship over a few beverages in the hospitality room. Also plan to stay around Sunday morning for a guided tour of the Kings Mountain Battlefield Park. We look forward to another interesting and productive Bikes on the Border.
McGrath & Danielson
The Motorcycle Law Group