Reminder: Midyear Deadline Approaching
Join us for an exciting Midyear in San Diego
By Tim O’Toole
All MCAA members are invited and encouraged to attend the 2009 MCAA Midyear Meeting and CCMCA 143rd State Meeting September 13-15, 2009 in beautiful and serene San Diego, California.
The registration deadline is approaching soon! Register for the 2009 MCAA Midyear Meeting and make your hotel reservations at www.masoncontractors.org/midyear before it's too late!
Attendees will experience the best the city has to offer. The festivities kick off on Sunday night with a reception where pairings will be made for Monday’s golf tournament at the Grand Del Mar Golf Club.
The Grand Del Mar Golf Club is a private club with 150 members that has agreed to open their course up to our group on a day when they were scheduled to be closed for seasonal maintenance. This is a very unique opportunity for participants to play an exclusive course not traditionally open to the public. Please note: registration for this event is separate from the Midyear Meeting registration.
Four educational seminars will be offered to all attendees on Monday morning for certification credit. Topics include: Keeping it in the Family, Green Attributes of Masonry, Insurance Oversights, and Employment Law.
The events will wrap-up on Tuesday night with a trip to PETCO Park where we’ll watch the San Diego Padres face the Arizona Diamondbacks from the Western Metal Supply party suites. A full dinner buffet will be available through the 3rd inning and soda, water and domestic beer will be included throughout the game.
Accommodations will be at the luxurious Manchester Grand Hyatt in the heart of San Diego, where you’ll be within walking distance of Seaport Village, San Diego Bay, and the Gaslamp Quarter.
For more information and to register for the 2009 MCAA Midyear Meeting and CCMCA 143rd State Meeting in San Diego, visit www.masoncontractors.org/midyear.
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.