ACP to Participate in Critical Facilities Summit

ACP has agreed to be a participating organization in the 6th annual Critical Facilities Summit September 24-25 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas TX. ACP will provide promotional advertising space on its website, calendars and social media platforms, as well as lending its name and logo to the Summit marketing efforts.

In exchange, the Summit will add ACP branding to all of the summit marketing materials, provide a complimentary to ACP booth on the expo floor and provide ACP members a discounted $295 registration fee (regular fee $495).

For more information, visit the Critical Facilities Summit website here.


Interested in Running for the 2020 ACP National Board of Directors?

The Nominating Committee of the ACP National Board of Directors will soon begin accepting Nominations for four open seats on the 2020 National Board. Now is the time to consider your potential interest in offering your time and talents for this volunteer position.

Nominations will be accepted over the summer. The list of candidates will be announced in September and the voting will take place in October.

To be eligible for the Board you must be an ACP member in good standing (dues paid). Details on the nomination process are coming soon.     

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