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Neighborhood Link to Present at 2012 Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) Conference

Indianapolis, IN - - May 1, 2012 - Neighborhood Link is thrilled to be a featured presenter at the 37th annual Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) Conference. This years conference will be held May 23-26 2012 at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

Neighborhood Link's Director of Business Development, Raymond Robinson, will be presenting a session on "Fostering Effective Neighborhood Communication Using Online Strategies". In this session, Mr. Robinson will help attendees learn specific online tools and strategies that can help foster effective real-life communication between neighbors, associations, and local government leaders. Attendees will see real success stories where neighborhoods using these strategies have greatly improved quality of life in their communities.

"The Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) is honored to be working with many community leaders and partner organizations to host the 2012 Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) national conference in Indianapolis, IN from May 23-26, 2012. We look forward to welcoming you to Indianapolis and showing you just what Hoosier Hospitality is about. We are a city with a rich history of collaboration, strong neighborhoods, and wonderful community celebrations, including Super Bowl 46, Fiesta Indianapolis, Jazz Fest, Indiana Black Expo, and the Indy 500, to name a few." Anne-Marie Taylor INRC Executive Director

About NUSA:

The organizational mission of NUSA has, since its inception, been to build and strengthen neighborhood associations and to promote productive communications and collaborations between those associations and both the public and private sectors. The organization has, for over thirty years, served these broad objectives in part through the conduct of an annual conference. This provides an opportunity for people from all locations, sectors and levels of society to discuss the pressing issues of the times, share experiences and offer encouragement or assistance. For more information, Cassandra Gillenwater Email:

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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