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Duties of the Territorial Vice President - North Carolina

As T.V.P., it is my goal to:

  • Welcome each new North Carolina I.B.M. members with a personal letter.
  • Visit at least one regular meeting with each North Carolina I.B.M. Ring annually.
  • Provide ceremonial support, with suitable advance notice, for North Carolina Rings; such as swearing in new Ring officers and presenting awards.
  • Track and recognize the exceptional achievements and accomplishments of Rings and their members.
  • Publish a monthly T.V.P. Newsletter on the 25th of each month. This newsletter includes national and statewide magic news, Ring news, scheduled events and lectures and useful tips for Ring leaders.   The newsletter is available to all interested Ring  and unaffiliated members.
  • Actively promote and support the creation of new I.B.M. Rings and sponsored I.B.M. Youth Programs across the state.
  • Assist each Ring in creating an electronic presence with a member newsletter, web and social media presence.
  • Encourage and assist North Carolina Rings in achieving Quality Ring status through the I.B.M. Quality Ring Program.
  • Monitor the accuracy of Ring contact information and officer lists as needed for the I.B.M. Web Portal and the St. Louis office.
  • Provide unbiased mediation and assistance in resolving disputes within the Rings and between the members and the parent organization, as needed.
  • Submit an Annual Report to the St. Louis office and the I.B.M. Board of Trustees, as required. The report updates Ring information, suggestions and concerns from each North Carolina Ring.
  • Lobby for the recognition of the Art of Performance Magic as a true and state-recognized Performance Art requiring theatrical skill and talent.
  • Serve as a bridge between I.B.M. members and the parent organization to enhance two-way communication.
  • Render administrative assistance to North Carolina Rings and their members, as needed.
  • To Serve You and Your Ring!



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