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NRB Opens Headquarters

NRB Opens Headquarters

The National Religious Broadcasters association has moved into a new building in Manassas, Va., choosing a permanent headquarters that gives the group access to Congress, the presidential administration and the FCC.
“This brings our focus to a permanent home,” said NRB Chairman/CEO Glenn Plummer. “It’s an anchor for us.”
The 1550-group association now occupies an 18,000-square-foot, two-floor building that currently houses its administrative offices and the Religious Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and will eventually host the NRB museum.
The opening ceremony ended a 59-year stretch of employing temporary offices and included letters from evangelists Billy Graham and Pat Robertson. Notable attendees included Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Special Assistant to President Bush Tim Goeglein.