The Journals Department is excited to add conference registrations to the list of services it offers to its society and association clients.

Press staff members Cheryl Jestis and Paul Arroyo handled the registration desk for the annual meeting of the Appalachian Studies Association in late March. Attendees, many of whom were not pre-registered, were able to register on-site for not only the conference, but meal and activity options as well. Cheryl and Paul reported that while traffic was occasionally heavy, all attendees were registered and processed quickly and efficiently.

Whereas the Journals Department’s services have largely focused on journal publication, conference registration services are a way for the Press to raise additional revenue while at the same time providing a valuable service to its clients.

“The Journals Department is very pleased to be able to provide this new service for our partners,” said Clydette Wantland, Journals Manager. “We are looking forward to offering conference services to more of our clients in the near future”.

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