One month until MCAA Midyear Meeting
Join us for a fun and informative meeting in Park City
By Tim O’Toole
Make your plans now to attend the MCAA Midyear Meeting, September 12-14, 2012. You'll be able to attend great networking events and shape the masonry industry in various committee meetings, while enjoying the beautiful scenery of Park City, Utah.
The MCAA Midyear Meeting will kick off with the Opening Dinner and TEAM Awards. Spend the night with your fellow aces of the masonry world as we celebrate the best of the best in the industry and announce the winners of the TEAM Awards competition.
Breakfast will be served to all attendees on Thursday morning, followed by committee meetings. Attendees will have plenty of free time to explore Park City or play a relaxing round of golf in the MAC PAC Golf Outing at spectacular Wasatch Mountain State Park.
Friday will begin with breakfast and the MCAA Board Meeting. Later in the morning, attendees will be able to participate in a number of Networking Round Table Discussions. These sessions will be a great opportunity to openly discuss topics with other peers from around the country in a non-competitive atmosphere and for you to walk away with a host of new best practices to implement in your own company.
The MCAA Midyear Meeting will conclude Friday night with a closing banquet at the Utah Olympic Facility. After dinner, members will be treated to a show by the Flying Aces All Stars, including a special jump from Chairman John J. Smith Jr. It will be a night to remember.
Accommodations are at the Hyatt Escala Lodge. Ideally situated in the heart of Park City, Utah, Hyatt Escala Lodge is tucked against the base of the Wasatch Mountain range offering panoramic views of the mountains and ski slopes.
For more information and to register for the 2012 MCAA Midyear Meeting in Park City, visit www.masoncontractors.org/midyear.
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.