NCMA launches new Midyear Event

NCMA's Midyear Event is going virtual in 2020!

[HERNDON, Va. – June 3, 2020] Due to safety and travel restrictions, NCMA is postponing its plans for a Midyear Meeting in Milwaukee until August 2021. However, the industry still wants to get together and share all that is happening! Join NCMA members for the NCMA 2020 Midyear Event:  Going Virtual! This event will be held August 4-6.

This new event will provide members and nonmembers with engaging and interactive opportunities to participate in General Sessions, Forums, Learning Opportunities and Networking. Each participant can customize their experience to learn about the association, the industry and the evolving world.

Sessions will feature:

  • Town Hall Meeting
  • Keynote Presenters
  • Awards
  • Market Segment Forums
  • Family Business/Small Business Forum
  • Concrete Women Connect
  • Roundtable Discussions
  • Beer Tour
  • And more…

 

In the coming weeks, a complete schedule of sessions and speakers will be available.  Please check our website www.ncma.org/events/midyear to get the most up-to-date information.  Our easy-to-use event platform will bring participants a well-organized meeting, sponsor recognition, live face-to-face sessions and social networking opportunities.

Due to the unique aspect of this event, the registration fee for NCMA members is waived.  We welcome nonmembers to participate for a nominal $99 registration fee.

Check out all the details here.

For more information, please contact Debbie Morris, Director of Industry Meetings and Events, by email or at (703) 713-1900.

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About NCMA: The National Concrete Masonry Association unites, supports, and represents our members who are producers and suppliers of concrete masonry systems – including concrete masonry, manufactured stone veneer, segmental retaining walls, and other hardscape systems. From small family-owned businesses to large corporations, our membership reflects the full spectrum of companies that provide the foundation for resilient building construction.

Published June 3, 2020
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