Manheim, PA –
The National Wrestling Coaches Association announced today that their annual national convention will switch to a virtual event in response to concerns over social distancing and travel. Sessions will run, as usual, just online starting Wednesday, July 29, and closing Friday, July 31. Title sponsors for the NWCA National Virtual Convention include Cliff KeenDefense Soap, and Resilite.

“The past couple of months has been full of unprecedented shifts in our society and we understand that it would have been difficult for our annual convention to take place as usual,” said Mike Moyer NWCA Executive Director. “It is our hope that shifting to a virtual platform and keeping the same format and schedule we could continue to serve our members and provide them with three tremendous days of high caliber coaching development and much-needed interaction.”

The NWCA team is hard at work finalizing the full slate of presenters and creating scheduling tracks for college coaches, scholastic coaches, officials, and retired coaches.

Not only will the sessions take place online, but the exhibitor trade show will also be available virtually and attendees will be able to schedule a small group or one on one sessions with the convention sponsors as well as exhibitors.

Registration: https://actionpage.causeview.com/actionpage/62910201941101558 
Dates: July 29-31
Cost: $99
Schedule: Coming Soon
Social: #NWCAconv

The National Wrestling Coaches Association, established in 1928, is a non-profit organization for the advancement of all levels of the sport of wrestling with primary emphasis on developing coaches who work in academic environments. The three core competencies of the NWCA are: Coaching Development, Student-Athlete Welfare, and the Promotion of Wrestling.

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