The annual National League of Cities Congress of Cities and Exposition, this year in Nashville, TN,  is the premier skill-building and knowledge sharing event for city officials and municipal staff members. Four days of workshops, training, tours and roundtable discussions on topics critical to municipalities ensures that your company/organization’s brand will receive high visibility with the audience of city leaders.

The 2014 event held in Austin, Texas attracted over 3,400 attendees from 545 cities, towns, and villages from every state plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. A total of 38 state municipal leagues were represented.

In addition, over 275 exhibit booths were showcased in the vibrant exposition hall, totaling more than 27,500 sq. ft. in booth space.

Countless learning and networking opportunities for local leaders –all in one location.

Explore the 2015 sponsorship brochure.

Dynamic Workshops
Delegates choose from a wide selection of workshops designed to engage participants and share the most promising skills, strategies, and best practices to continue to keep the nation’s cities and towns prosperous.

Mobile Workshops
Host city Nashville will offer off-site workshops, free of charge to registered delegates, to showcase collaborative solutions around the city to issues facing local government.

NLC University Seminars
In-depth training seminars are crafted so participants obtain current resources, develop strategies, build specific skills, and engage in small group discussions and exercises with their peers
from other communities.

Sponsoring during the four days of networking and learning at the conference will provide excellent brand visibility and demonstrate your commitment to the nation’s cities and towns:

  • Reinforce your company’s name and create brand awareness with the nation’s top political government decision makers.

  • Build credibility for products and services within a group of highly networked elected and career officials.

  • Enhance your corporate image by sponsoring a nationally-recognized and respected organization.