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Neighborhood Link to Present at Annual Regional Neighborhood Network Conference

Cincinnati, OH - - September 20, 2011 - Neighborhood Link is thrilled to be a featured presenter at the 25th annual Regional Neighborhood Network Conference, held in Cincinnati, OH September 22-24.

Neighborhood Link's Director of Business Development, Raymond Robinson, will be presenting a session on "Fostering Effective Neighborhood Communication". In this session, Mr. Robinson will show attendees many innovative ways to use technology to bring together communities of all sizes, and achieve some remarkable interactions with those communities. "It's exciting to be able to speak directly to community members and see the lightbulbs go on as I show them new and easy ways to strengthen the fabric of their communities.", said Mr. Robinson.

Held this year at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati, Ohio, the focus of the 2011 conference, is "Building Bridges, Making Connections." This theme dovetails perfectly with Neighborhood Link's long-time mission of providing innovative and easy-to-use tools to foster effective community communication.

About RNNC:

In 1986, the city of Louisville invited several major cities within a 400 mile radius to send the person responsible for neighborhoods within city government to Louisville. During the two days of meetings the concept of establishing a regional organization emerged, and the annual Regional Neighborhood Network Conference was formed. Since that initial conference, the RNNC has become a proven venue for cities to learn from one another - then to put those lessons to work making their communities even better places to live, work and raise families. For more information, contact:

About Neighborhood Link:

Neighborhood Link is an Internet-based community network that enables neighborhoods in participating metropolitan areas to create their own free, interactive Web sites. Neighborhood Link, which launched in 1998, becomes fully integrated into communities through partnerships with local governments, neighborhood groups and community organizations. Denver-based Neighborhood Link is currently deployed throughout the U. S., in hundreds of cities with more than 42,000 neighborhoods online. For more information about obtaining free neighborhood or clubs and organizations Web sites or about Neighborhood Link visit com or call 1-888- 241-0123.

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