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Young Nationals Conference Proving Popular

Press Release

For Immediate Release

27 February 2000

Young Nationals Conference Proving Popular

The Young Nationals Annual Policy Conference planned for March 23-26 in Wellington is proving popular, with registrations pouring in beyond initial expectations, according to Nationals Youth Vice President Daniel Gordon.

"Highlights of our conference to announce at this stage are guest speakers Rt Hon Jenny Shipley, H.E Carol Moseley Braun, US Ambassador, and Roger Kerr, Chief Executive, NZ Business Roundtable."

"We have had registrations from international delegates from countries such as Australia and Canada."

"We expect a well attended and enjoyable conference. Further announcements will be made over the next few weeks," concluded Daniel Gordon.

Online Registration for Policy Conference is available at the Young Nationals Website http://www.youngnats.org.nz/policyconference.html

For further information contact: Daniel Gordon (021) 229 6812


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