STURBRIDGE, Mass. — The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors (NAMBC) will hold its 39th annual Convention at the Sturbridge Host Hotel and Conference Center in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, May 10-11.
The event provides association members and non-members the opportunity to share their knowledge and interests plus buy, sell, and trade milk bottles and other dairy items.
The two-day event includes educational exhibits, an awards banquet, a hospitality mixer, educational seminars, and a large auction of milk bottles and other dairy memorabilia.
All attendees over the age of 16 must register at the Convention, beginning on Friday morning May 10. Registration fees cover all Convention events, including the Saturday auction, but not the banquet dinner on May 11. The Convention registration fee for NAMBC members is $10.
For non-members, the registration fee of $20 covers admission to the Convention and auction as well as a one-year NAMBC membership, which includes a 12-issue subscription to the full-color publication, The Milk Route. The Convention’s 39-year history is testimony to its popularity and vitality. Everyone is welcome to attend. Pre-registration by mail is highly recommended prior to April 15.
To join the NAMBC’s nearly 700 members, the annual membership fee is $25; $27 for Canadian addresses; and $30 for international locations (via Air Mail). Membership includes 12 issues of The Milk Route, the official monthly publication of the NAMBC (with free classified advertising for members) as well as a printed directory of all members.
For more information visit www.milkbottlecollectors.com. Available at the site are membership applications, as well as registration forms for the 2019 Convention and for the Sturbridge Host Hotel.
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