2008 MCAA Midyear Meeting
Help mold the future of the masonry industry in the heart of the Rocky Mountains
By Tim O’Toole
Actively participating in the MCAA means you are directly influencing your industry.
All MCAA members are invited to attend the 2008 MCAA Midyear Meeting in Park City, Utah from September 14-17 to discuss current and future MCAA initiatives as well as our efforts to promote the industry and fight for the issues faced everyday. The Midyear Meeting in offers an opportunity to be involved in your industry while enjoying your stay in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
Attendees of MCAA's 2008 Midyear Meeting will enjoy their accommodations at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. Nestled among the aspens and pines in upper Deer Valley, Stein Eriksen Lodge commands magnificent views of Park City's surrounding mountains and valleys. Stein Eriksen Lodge is an ideal combination of convenience and seclusion, with ski-in, ski-out access to Bald Mountain and Silver Lake Village at Deer Valley Resort.
The European-style lodge has 170 guest rooms, including 58 suites, elegantly designed for ultimate comfort. Each room has an oversized whirlpool bathtub, oversized closets, plush terrycloth robes, television with remote control, and direct-dial telephone with message alert. In addition, all suites have a fully equipped kitchen, spacious living room, dining area, master bedroom, full guest bath, queen armoire bed, fireplace and outer deck.
Historic Main Street, with its array of boutiques and restaurants, is less than five minutes away from Stein Eriksen Lodge. Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons Resort and an assortment of year-round activities are within minutes.
More information on the 2008 MCAA Midyear Meeting will be available soon on our website, www.masoncontractors.org.
About the Author
Tim O’Toole is the Director of Marketing, Education, and Information Technology for the MCAA. He has a Masters in Business Administration from Webster University and has worked in the masonry industry since 2003.