2009 MCAA Convention at World of Concrete/World of Masonry
Make your reservations to join us in Vegas
By Tim O’Toole
MCAA's Convention at the World of Concrete/World of Masonry is the industry's premier event to get the latest news and information regarding your association and the masonry industry, gather the resources and information you need to stay competitive, increase profits and strengthen your operation. Come for a week and spend the rest of the year building your business. Make it a priority to be part of the action!
The 2009 Convention will be kicked off at the Opening Session Lunch by MCAA President Tom Daniel and keynote speaker Alan Thicke of Growing Pains fame. Throughout the week attendees will have the opportunity to attend more than 70 educational seminars, all for Certification credit, including show floor education action stations. Exciting competitions including the Fastest Trowel on the Block, the International Masonry Skills Challenge, and the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® will be held during the week, and all mason contractors are invited to attend the second annual Mason Contractor Appreciation Party at The Venetian Hotel on Wednesday night. Attendees will say goodbye to Las Vegas in style with a dinner on Thursday night followed by an evening with the Jersey Boys! Please visit convention.masoncontractors.org for more information on these and other events taking place at the MCAA Convention at the World of Concrete/World of Masonry.
Convention registrations and hotel reservations must be made through the MCAA registration website in order to receive MCAA member discounts, register for MCAA events, and be placed in the MCAA room block. The MCAA Convention attendees will enjoy accommodations at The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino. Visit the MCAA Convention registration website to register today!
For more information call 800-536-2225 or visit convention.masoncontractors.org. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
About the Author
Tim O’Toole is the Director of Marketing for the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA). He has a Masters in Business Administration from Webster University and has worked in the masonry industry since 2003.