MCAA's Midyear Meeting Looking Forward to Some Southern Hospitality
By Colin Faul
MCAA Midyear Meeting
October 9-11, 2005
Actively participating in the MCAA means you are actively influencing your industry. MCAA members will convene at the 2005 Midyear Planning Meeting 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 Asheville, NC offers an opportunity to be influential in your industry while enjoying your stay in a grand mountain resort nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. Discover the attractions tucked away in the Appalachian Mountains and revel in the beauty of nature at its finest. There are so many things to explore and discover in Asheville and so many reasons for you to attend this year?s MCAA Midyear Meeting.
The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa
Attendees of MCAA?s 2005 Midyear Meeting will enjoy their accommodations at The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa. Built in 1913 from granite stones mined from Sunset Mountain, the resort overlooks the Asheville, North Carolina skyline and will provide MCAA guests with majestic views of the legendary Blue Ridge Mountains. Its splendid views, old world charm, peerless amenities, and long tradition of exceptional service and Southern hospitality make it a place to savor as one of the most enduringly original and exciting resorts in America.
Amenities include a Donald Ross designed golf course, indoor and outdoor pools, four restaurants, a 50,000 square foot Sports Complex boasting three indoor and three outdoor tennis courts, an 18-station Paramount fitness center, aerobic room and fitness programs offering yoga, pilates, spinning, children's programs and much more. The gem of the resort is The Spa, a world-class, 40,000 square foot subterranean retreat dedicated to your comfort and relaxation, consistently ranked as one of the finest spas in the world.
Further information including Event Registration and Hotel Reservation Forms are included below.
About the Author
Colin Faul was the Director of Marketing and Director of Professional Development for the Mason Contractors Association of America.