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  • Texas 2021: Leading sustainable transformations in our communities

    Pre-conference sessions: June 28
    Conference: June 29-July 1

    The virtual conference is an opportunity for community leaders across the state to come together to learn, educate and grow their networks and knowledge. KTB provides innovative keynotes, speakers, panels and sessions that tackle environmental topics like waste reduction, recycling education, and more.

    This year's conference will open with an afternoon of pre-Conference sessions followed by three days of conference programming and networking opportunities. Based on your feedback, this year's Conference will take place in the afternoons of June 29-July 1. 

     

    Register for FREE pre-conference sessions

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  • How much are tickets?
    Three-day, full access tickets are $99. Pre-conference sessions will be available soon as add-on items.

    How will registration work?
    Similar to our in-person conference, each ticket allows one person to attend. You will need to register and pay for each ticket separately. Each email address can only be used to purchase one ticket. Each conference registration ticket allows one person to join the three-day virtual conference experience. You will access the conference by logging in with the email address and password that you used to purchase the ticket. If you are registering more than one attendee, you will need to open an incognito window for each email address to process individually.

    Instruction: Click here to register for the conference. If the link does not work, try accessing from Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers. Then, click "Check Out" to pay for your registration. Next, enter your name, email address you want to be associated with this registration and create a password. *Please note you should have this password saved to access the conference. Next, you will be able to insert credit card information and register. 

    Once you are registered, a receipt for the transaction will be sent to the email address entered. Please check your spam folder if you do not immediately receive the email. For any questions regarding conference, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call her at 512-961-5257. 

    How do I sign-in to purchase a ticket?
    Our conference utilizes the Hopin platform. This means you will need to sign-in to your Hopin account if you attended our 2020 conference, online regional trainings, or non-KTB events held with Hopin. You can reset your password if you have misplaced it. 

    I was a GCAA judge. Will I get a discounted registration?
    You will receive a link to purchase your ticket with a $25 discount applied automatically, no code necessary.
     
    What is the schedule like? How long will the sessions be?
    Based on your feedback, this year's conference will be held in the afternoons over three days. Panel sessions will be one hour each and activity sessions will be thirty minutes each. You'll be able to interact with panelists during all sessions through a built-in chat feature, interactive polls, or even join on-screen to ask a question.
     
    Will there be breaks?
    Absolutely! Everyone needs to stretch their legs. There will be 15-minute breaks between hour long sessions.

    What can I expect? Who are the speakers?
    We will announce our conference speakers and panelists soon. This year's conference theme is leading sustainable transformations in our communities. You'll engage with presenters and subject matter experts with insights into the challenges faced by Texans today and beyond. You'll also find the great content you've come to expect at our conference from affiliates across Texas and our many partner organizations. 
     
    What kind of internet connection do I need?
    We recommend a stable internet connection. To improve your connection speed, turn off other devices like smart TVs and avoid streaming to devices like tablets or phones.
     
    What kind of hardware do I need?
    You will need a computer and computer speakers or the ability to use headphones through your computer.

    Can I access without a webcam or speakers?
    You can access the conference without a webcam. You will need a computer with a headphone jack or speakers to access the audio function. At this time, there is not a call-in option for the conference audio.

    Can I use my phone?
    Hopin recently launched a phone app to connect you to our event. You can find this in Apple's App Store or Google Play.

    Will I need to download any software or programs?
    No, you will not need to download any additional software or programs, unless you choose to access via phone. Our conference platform is accessible from the web. Currently, our platform is accessible from Desktop (web) on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Other independent browsers that accept webRTC technology may be compatible. Please note that Safari is not fully compatible for video. Explorer/Edge is not compatible.

    How do I access conference? 
    You will access the conference by logging in with the email address and password that you use. A link for the event will be sent to the email address entered at registration. We encourage you to add the event to your calendar with the link for easy access. 

    Will recordings of the conference be available?
    Ticketed conference attendees will have access to recordings after the conference closes. 

    How can I help out?
    With the shift to an online event, the KTB staff is able to support all conference functions and does not need volunteer help at this time. 

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    Should you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Our top priority is the safety of our attendees, and we are committed to providing a safe, welcoming, and educational event. We look forward to connecting with you online in August at our first virtual conference! Special thanks to our partners, sponsors, speakers and attendees for your continued support!  

  • The 54th Annual Keep Texas Beautiful Pre-Conference sessions will take place on Monday, June 28, 2021 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This year, all sessions will be accessible from within this single registration. You'll be able to move between sessions to find the best fit to support your affiliate. 

    SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

    Watershed Stewardship and Management in Texas
    All watersheds in Texas are threatened by nonpoint sources (NPS) of pollution which are detrimental to the valuable water resources of the state. To help combat this threat, federal and state water resource management agencies have adopted a watershed-scale approach for managing water quality. One vital component of this approach involves engaging local stakeholders to become actively involved in planning and implementing water resource management and protection programs in their watershed.

    To support this need for stakeholder involvement, the Texas Watershed Steward (TWS) program was initiated to provide science-based, watershed education to help citizens identify and take action to address local water quality impairments. Texas Watershed Stewards learn about the nature and function of watersheds, potential impairments, and strategies for watershed protection.

    Presenters:

    • Michael Kuitu, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
    • Hollie Polk, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

    Introduction to Keep Texas Beautiful and Affiliate Sustainability
    Introduction to Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) and Affiliate Sustainability gives new affiliates, new board members, new staff, prospective affiliates or affiliates just wanting to brush up on their KTB knowledge an overview of the Keep Texas Beautiful program. Designed to provide a solid foundation for affiliates, the training covers such topics as developing a board and program involvement, complete with resources KTB can provide for affiliates and tips on how to build a sustainable, productive affiliate for years to come.

    Energize Your School Recycling Program! 
    Presented by The Carton Council
    The Carton Council and Keep Texas Recycling are teaming up to help you energize your school
    recycling program. Whether your school recycling program is fully operational, still a hybrid of
    virtual learning and in-person learning or fell apart entirely due to Covid, this webinar has
    something to offer you! We invite you to come learn about…

    • How to recycle milk and juice cartons successfully including resources and grants
    • The success and challenges of maintaining a school recycling program
    • How to develop your own virtual learning tools to re-energize your recycling program

    Speakers:

    • Rachel Hering, Keep Texas Recycling
    • Mark Bushman, EcoCycle in Boulder, CO
    • Michele Wagner, Carton Council

    Fundraising, Marketing & Communications Workshop
    Developing a fundraising and marketing plan can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be! Join us to learn about how to use marketing to raise your affiliate's profile with potential supporters and to connect in a meaningful way with your communities through communications and social media. This workshop will give you the tools you need to confidently plan your affiliate's marketing calendar and incorporate fundraising messaging year round to reach individuals in your communities, small businesses, and potential corporate sponsors. We'll go over best practices for communications to keep in touch with your volunteers, supporters, and community, and give you an overview of how to incorporate social media.

    Speakers:

    • Christie Grell, Creator & Founder, Brazen & Bond
    • Alexandra Hill, Marketing & Communications Director, Keep Texas Beautiful
    • Speaker to be announced

    Register for pre-conference sessions

  • Please join us in thanking and recognizing our conference supporters. 

    Chevron
    H-E-B/Central Market
    Community Waste Disposal
    Waste Connections
    CenterPoint Energy
    AEP Texas
    Texas Disposal Systems
    Dos Equis
    Waste Management
    Mungo Creative


    Please join us in thanking and recognizing the outstanding commitment of our organizational supporters who support our mission throughout the year.

  • Monday, June 28, 2021: PRECONS

    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Intro to KTB and Affiliate Sustainability
    Introduction to Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) and Affiliate Sustainability gives new affiliates, new board members, new staff, prospective affiliates or affiliates just wanting to brush up on their KTB knowledge an overview of the Keep Texas Beautiful program. Designed to provide a solid foundation for affiliates, the training covers such topics as developing a board and program involvement, complete with resources KTB can provide for affiliates and tips on how to build a sustainable, productive affiliate for years to come.

    Presenters:

    • Sara Nichols, Programs Director
    • Sara Walters, Program Manager

    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Fundraising, Marketing & Communications Workshop
    Developing a fundraising and marketing plan can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be! Join us to learn about how to use marketing to raise your affiliate's profile with potential supporters and to connect in a meaningful way with your communities through communications and social media. This workshop will give you the tools you need to confidently plan your affiliate's marketing calendar and incorporate fundraising messaging year round to reach individuals in your communities, small businesses, and potential corporate sponsors. We'll go over best practices for communications to keep in touch with your volunteers, supporters, and community, and give you an overview of how to incorporate social media.

    Presenters:

    • Christie Grell, Creator & Founder, Brazen & Bond
    • Alexandra Hill, Marketing & Communications Director, Keep Texas Beautiful

    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Energize Your School Recycling Program
    Presented by The Carton Council

    The Carton Council and Keep Texas Recycling are teaming up to help you energize your school recycling program. Whether your school recycling program is fully operational, still a hybrid of virtual learning and in-person learning or fell apart entirely due to Covid, this webinar has something to offer you! We invite you to learn about:

    • How to recycle milk and juice cartons successfully including resources and grants
    • The success and challenges of maintaining a school recycling program
    • How to develop your own virtual learning tools to re-energize your recycling program
    • How to re-educate students on sustainability practices

    Panelists:

    • Rachel Hering, Keep Texas Recycling
    • Mark Bushman, EcoCycle in Boulder, CO
    • Michele Wagner, Carton Council
    • Ellen Ives/Educator - Sustainability, Waste Reduction/Waste Connections of Washington, Inc.

    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Watershed Stewardship and Management in Texas
    All watersheds in Texas are threatened by nonpoint sources (NPS) of pollution which are detrimental to the valuable water resources of the state. To help combat this threat, federal and state water resource management agencies have adopted a watershed-scale approach for managing water quality. One vital component of this approach involves engaging local stakeholders to become actively involved in planning and implementing water resource management and protection programs in their watershed.

    To support this need for stakeholder involvement, the Texas Watershed Steward (TWS) program was initiated to provide science-based, watershed education to help citizens identify and take action to address local water quality impairments. Texas Watershed Stewards learn about the nature and function of watersheds, potential impairments, and strategies for watershed protection.

    Presenters:

    • Michael Kuitu, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
    • Hollie Polk, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

     

    Tuesday, June 29, 2021: DAY 1

    1:00 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. Opening comments and State of KTB with Suzanne Kho, Executive Director
    Kick off conference with an update from Keep Texas Beautiful.

    Speakers:

    • Heather Dowell, City of Midlothian and Board President
    • Suzanne Kho, Executive Director, Keep Texas Beautiful
    • Sara Nichols, Programs Director, Keep Texas Beautiful

    1:40 - 2:00 p.m. GCAA Exhibits, Virtual expo hall
    Visit this year's GCAA winners and learn more about their communities.

    2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Volunteer Management: Program Sustainability and Volunteer Retention
    Learn tips and tools to build a strong foundation for your Volunteer Program and ways to sustain it through volunteer retention. Panel discussion includes a special guest from Meals on Wheels Central Texas who will share the key to their success with a large, sustainable volunteer corps. Join us to learn what they have to say and share tips of your own.

    Speakers:

    • Jason Kamimoto, Meals on Wheels Central Texas
    • Heather Harrington, Keep Plano Beautiful
    • Kent Souriyasak, Keep Lucas Beautiful

    3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Tools for Litter Collection and Prevention 
    Join this session to learn about tools, information and programs to help amplify your community's litter prevention efforts. You'll hear from Keep America Beautiful on the results of their recent litter study and how that data can be used to inform your programs. You'll also learn about the soon-to-launch Texas Litter Database, which will provide a single receptacle for cleanup data in the state. And lastly, you'll hear about a program in Pennsylvania that's encouraging people to clean up litter - by creating a fun competition.

    Speakers:

    • Stephanie Glenn, Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
    • Erin Kinney, Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
    • Gregory Manley, Allegheny CleanWays
    • David Scott, Keep America Beautiful

    4:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Break
    Visit our expo hall to check out booths from exhibitors, sponsors, and award winners.

    4:15 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Don't mess with Texas Trivia
    Join TxDOT for a fun session of trivia, prizes, and a program update.

    4:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Networking event 
    Unwind from the day and connect with conference attendees at this networking event.

     

    Wednesday, June 30, 2021: DAY 2

    1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Community Transformation Through Engaging Programs
    This session will cover how strong programs and collaborative initiatives can help transform parts of your community as it grows and changes. A speaker from the City of Longview will talk about how their Main Street Program is preserving, promoting, and revitalizing its downtown area. Then, a speaker from Keep Phoenix Beautiful will discuss their community garden initiatives and they are transforming vacant lots into vibrant community spaces.

    Speakers:

    • Melida Heien, Longview Mainstreet Program
    • Tom Waldek, Keep Phoenix Beautiful

    Moderated by Sara Nichols, Programs Director, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    2:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Break
    Visit our expo hall to check out booths from exhibitors, sponsors, and award winners.

    2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Youth Engagement and Education: Sustaining Youth Involvement through the Years
    Join this facilitated panel discussion to learn how to creatively engage and sustain of all ages in your organization. Participants will walk away with new ideas to consider and resources to help get the work started.

    Speakers:

    • Katy High School
    • Gina Merzbacher, Young Texan Ambassador
    • Ramiro Salinas, Keep Odessa Beautiful
    • Lenora Tollefson, Keep Pearland Beautiful

    Moderated by Sara Walters, Program Manager, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Break
    Explore our virtual expo hall and GCAA exhibits

    3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Creating and Maintaining Sustainable Recycling Programs
    Join this facilitated panel discussion to learn how to create and/or maintain a recycling program that works for your unique community. Hear from private industry, a regional resource, a large curbside recycling program, a small drop-off recycling program and even a YTA student that will cover school recycling. You'll leave with answers to your most frequently asked questions and concerns.

    Speakers:

    • Astrid Bunner, City of El Paso
    • Greta Calvery, Waste Management
    • Greg Harmison, Keep Utopia Beautiful
    • Erin Livingston, Houston-Galveston Area Council
    • Tanya Magesh, Young Texan Ambassador

    Moderated by Rachel Hering, Keep Texas Recycling Director, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    4:30 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. GCAA networking event and breakouts
    Join us for a fun networking event and meet this year's GCAA winners.

     

    Thursday, July 1, 2021: DAY 3

    12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. EXHIBIT HALL OPEN

    1:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Beautify Texas Awards
    Celebrate this year's Beautify Texas Award winners.

    Presented by Sara Walters, Program Manager, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Innovative Programs to Help Vulnerable Communities 
    Join this presentation to learn what Fort Worth and Temple are doing to help vulnerable members of their communities, while also serving the environment. In this session, you will learn about the benefits and opportunities available to working with underserved community members.

    Speakers:

    • Tanya Gray, Keep Temple Beautiful
    • Avery Pesek, Keep Fort Worth Beautiful

    Moderated by Sara Walters, Program Manager, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    2:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Break
    Silent Auction closes
    Visit our expo hall to check out booths from exhibitors, sponsors, and award winners.

    2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Communicating the Value of your Work to Decision Makers 
    Join this session to learn more about how to communicate the value of the work your organization does within its community. In this panel, you'll hear from city council members, a city manager, and a department director about how to measure and communicate the successes and value of your programs to decision makers, such as city council members, county commissioners, mayors, and more.

    Panelists:

    • Darwin Archer, City of Cisco
    • Martha Brown, Keep Rowlett Beautiful
    • Heather Dowell, City of Midlothian
    • Adrian Hernandez, Keep Pearland Beautiful

    Moderated by Sara Nichols, Programs Director, Keep Texas Beautiful.

    3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closing session
    Join our closing ceremony with comments from Tony Arce, AEP Texas and Board Vice President. This event will take place in the same room immediately after the previous session, "Communicating the Value of your Work to Decision Makers."

  • How-to Login to Your Hop.In Account

    When you're ready to join us:

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    2. Log in to your Hopin account that you created when registering for Conference.

    3. Join the event!  

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  • Exhibitor Opportunities

    Keep Texas Beautiful invites you to exhibit at our virtual conference June 29 - July 1. We hope you will join us and the hundreds of Texans committed to enhancing their community environment.

    Who will attend? 

    The conference serves as the annual event for community, government and business leaders to network, gain knowledge and be rewarded for their outstanding community improvement efforts. Our partnerships with public, private and civic entities afford your company’s exhibit a broad-based, diverse audience. Based on previous conference attendance, KTB expects to register 300 individuals in 2021. Attendees include affiliate leaders, law enforcement officials, educators, volunteers, youth, board members, state agencies and elected officials. You will make statewide contacts through our network of nearly 300 community organizations, who reach 21 million Texans every year.

    Interested in exhibiting at our Conference? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register for our conference. 


    Details

    Nonprofit Rate: $250

    Normal Rate: $300 

    Please register by June 22, 2021. You can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register as an exhibitor for our conference. Once registered, you will be asked to provide a logo, background image, and other relevant assets for your virtual booth. Note that the booth allows you to input Google Slides or video link. During the conference, we ask that you regularly monitor your virtual booth, as you will have a dedicated chat within your booth and will be able to interact with attendees as they visit your booth. We will also be encouraging our attendees to visit the Expo Hall during any breaks throughout the conference. 

    Vendor Guide


    Benefits 

    Exhibitor Registration

    • One (1) complimentary conference registration
    • Dedicated booth in the Expo area of the conference with capabilities to include images, logos, videos, slides, weblinks, and more
    • Dedicated chat box to interact with attendees
    • Inclusion of an exhibitor slide during conference
    • Logo shared on our conference webpage with a hyperlink to your site
    • Access to our private Facebook group to interact with attendees
    • Attendee roster sent post-conference

    Attendee roster

    • Expected attendance of 300 people

    • Attendee list will be provided in your exhibitor packet upon arrival -- final attendee list will be emailed after conference


    2021 Exhibitors

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  • Community Auction

    The KTB Community Auction is back! This year, we're offering an online silent auction, where you are able to bid on some amazing items in support of KTB. Review our silent auction items and create your account with Betterworld here

    Auction opens: Tuesday, June 29 at 2:30 pm CT 

    Auction closes: Thursday, July 1 at 2:30 pm CT

    Check Out Our Online Auction

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    Online Auction F.A.Q. 

    In order to place your bids, you will have to create an account on our auction platform, Betterworld. Please review our frequently asked questions below to help set up your account and bid on your items.. Experiencing issues with bidding? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Opt out of Auction Fees

    PLEASE NOTE: When bidding on an item, BetterWorld prompts several fees to include with your total. See how to opt out of these fees below. If you're still having trouble, email Brianna Fuller at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    The first fee is for Stripe processing fees and is a nominal addition that you can opt into by clicking the blue "Yes, count me in!" You can opt out of this fee by simply ignoring the prompt and not clicking on it. 

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    The additional fee added to your total says “Help cover fundraising costs for this organization.” This fee goes directly to Betterworld. If you wish to opt out of this fee, click the question mark next to the line, and then click "here." Then choose, "I cannot afford to contribute at this time" and Remove Contribution. See steps below. 

    Step 1. Bid on item and land on payment page. Spot the transaction. 

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    Step 2. Click on the question mark next to the "Help cover fundraising costs." A prompt will appear. Click "here" at the end of the prompt.  

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    Step 3. Select "I can't afford to contribute at this time" and Remove Contribution. Follow these steps for each bid. 

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    How do I sign in to bid?

    The first time you place a bid, you'll see the option to create an account on the checkout page. After that, the system will remember you so you won't need to sign in again.

    Alternatively, you can click 'log in' in the header at the top of the page, where you'll be prompted to either log in or create an account.

    The reason why we ask people to log in is to that we can streamline the bidding process -- from outbid notifications to receipts to being connected with your item at the end. *Please note that the card you input will be the card charged if you win a silent auction item.

    If you're looking to sign up or log in, here are those links.

    I'm having trouble accessing my account - help?

    Definitely - we can help! Here are few common solutions:

     

    RESET PASSWORD: To reset your password, head here. We'll email you a special link you can use to reset your password.

    FIND OUR AUCTION: If you're a bidder or donor looking for the KTB auction, head here.

    I put in the wrong email address - help

    Not to worry! The first thing to try is to head to your account and update the email there. (BetterWorld keeps you logged in for a few weeks, so -- even if you put in the wrong email -- you should be able to adjust it there). Head to Settings, and scroll down to see the email address associated with your account. You can change or update it there if you like!

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    Where can I find a receipt for my purchase?

    The first place to look would be in your email inbox. All receipts are automatically sent there. (You can search "BetterWorld" or "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.").


    The second place you can find receipts is in the My Account area.

    Are all bids final?

    Yes. Please keep this in mind when you place your bids! 

    Can I see who I am bidding against?

    No, you’re not able to see who you are bidding against. 

    Does anyone see my max bids?

    No, your max bid is kept confidential to both auction participants and organizers. We hide this information to avoid conflicts of interest.

    Will I be notified if I am outbid?

    Yes. You will receive an email that will easily direct you back to the site in case you would like to bid again.

    You can also keep an eye on the My Bids page, or set a "Max Bid" to make increasing your bid easier.

    How do I pay for an item I've won?

    Your card will automatically be charged at the end of the auction. 

    If the charge fails for some reason, our system will send an email inviting you to add a new card or retry the transaction.

    How can I change the card associated with an auction item?

    All of your credit card information can be edited on the Payment Methods page of your Account area.

    How do I change or update my shipping address?

    To update your address, head here. From there you'll be able to edit, delete, or update your address. Note - if you're trying to coordinate the after-auction fulfillment of an item, you could also make a note in the fulfillment center.

    How will I know if I am the winning bidder?

    Shortly after the auction ends, we will send you a congratulatory email and receipt letting you know which items you've won and what happens next.

    Alternatively, you can find out if you're the winning bidder by going to your My Items page. Here you will find every item you have bid on, and whether or not you have been outbid.

    When will I receive the item I won?

    Once the auction ends, you’ll receive an email with a list of the items you won. KTB will be in touch shortly  after to coordinate retrieval or shipping of your item.


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Check out highlights from our past conferences: 

View conference candids, award photos and our GCAA winner's video from Rockwall.

View pictures online from our past events.

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