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Paul Hollis and the Louisiana Legislature welcome the ANA to Louisiana

ANA member Paul Hollis, who is also a member of the Louisiana State House of Representatives, honored the ANA with a special resolution during the National Money Show.
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Watch Adam Leech give a talk and demonstration on hobo nickels during National Coin Week

Adam Leech carves hobo nickels. We invited the Colorado Springs native to give a demonstration of his craft as part of the open house for National Coin Week, and Adam certainly didn't disappoint. We set him up in the conference room, but the audience spilled out into the hall on several occassions.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

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Here's what the Museum Showcase looks like at the Georgia Numismatic Association convention

Doug Mudd sent us the following snapshots he took of the Museum Showcase at the Georgia Numismatic Association convention. The ANA's presence at the GNA show was part of the ANA Road Show initiative.
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Honolulu Coin Club celebrates National Coin Week with two official proclamations

The Honolulu Coin Club received National Coin Week proclamations from the mayor's office and the city council.
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If you get a call about housing for an ANA convention, that call is not from the ANA

Over the last two years, the ANA Convention Department has received numerous complaints about third-party companies that contact ANA dealers and members with offers to book hotel rooms for them at the National Money Show and the World’s Fair of Money. These companies have no affiliation with the ANA, and booking accommodations through them is risky to you and detrimental to the Association in a number of ways.
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