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Final Week for Early Pricing on IMBA 2016 World Summit

Final Week for Early Pricing on IMBA 2016 World Summit

Photo: Youth and families are key themes for the 2016 IMBA World Summit.

For Immediate Release 4/25/2016
Contact Mark Eller
IMBA Communications Director
303-545-9011 ext. 115
mark.eller@imba.com

The 2016 IMBA World Summit, Nov. 10-12 in Bentonville, Arkansas, is going to be IMBA's biggest and best gathering ever. Space will be limited to 400 people and we suspect this one will be a sellout. 

Featuring Northwest Arkansas and its outstanding trail systems within the Ozark Mountains, summit participants will experience the rugged beauty of this area exploding with mountain bike enthusiasts and see the unique trail connectivity that showcases both the bustling downtown city and the scenic Ozark landscape.

The early pricing period for the 2016 event is drawing to a close. After April 30, prices will go up. 

Register for a week package before April 30 for $330.

After April 30, the price increases to $395. 

There are more pricing options and deals available on the World Summit registration page—we are providing special deals for couples, families and youth, international attendees and other categories. Please check out the summit web pages, and follow the event on IMBA's event page hosted on Facebook.

The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational association. Its mission is to create, enhance and preserve great mountain biking experiences. Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trail work participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions. IMBA represents our members, supports our chapters and our work benefits the mountain biking community. Learn more at IMBA.com.

 

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As IMBA's communications director, Mark Eller publishes newsletters (both print and electronic), special reports and web pages to illuminate all of the organization's activities. Eller has worked for IMBA since 2005. Before that he was a magazine editor, working for publications ranging from Rock and Ice to Vegetarian Times.

As IMBA's communications director, Mark Eller publishes newsletters (both print and electronic), special reports and web pages to illuminate all of the organization's activities. Eller has worked for IMBA since 2005. Before that he was a magazine editor, working for publications ranging from Rock and Ice to Vegetarian Times.

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