The National Religious Broadcasters Association is getting a permanent headquarters. One of the last things completed by the late association president Grant Gustavson was signing a purchase agreement for a building in Manassas, Va. The 13-year-old facility has 18,100 square feet. Renovations to the $1.8 million building begin shortly and the association staff hopes to move in by Labor Day.
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