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Carry The Catalog Message With Us to Capitol Hill Next Week

The 11th Annual National Catalog Forum is right around the corner – May 21-23, in Washington, but it is nearly sold out. Register now so you don’t miss out on the chance to take part in our catalog industry-exclusive day on Capitol Hill (Wednesday), preceded by a powerhouse of a lineup of speakers and discussions all focused on your catalog business.

May 22nd Agenda Click here or on the icon below to view the full lineup of catalog-focused sessions.

May 23rd Day on Capitol Hill All attendees are encouraged to join us for a series of meetings with Members of Congress who control catalogers’ fate on our two primary issues: postal rates and internet sales tax. It’s included in your registration fee, and vitally important to your company’s future. Here’s a quick rundown of our day:

  • 8:00 am: Prep breakfast session at DuPont Circle Hotel
  • 8:45 am: Buses loaded for Capitol Hill
  • 10:00 am to 5:00-5:30 pm: Attendees break into groups for a series of meetings with Members of the House and Senate throughout the day
  • 5:30(-ish): Event ends

Register Today while there are still some seats available. (ACMA members: Be sure to log in to our website to get your preferred member discount. If you don’t have a password, click here for instructions.) 

For Your Planning… Our room block at Washington’s elegant DuPont Circle Hotel has sold out. But if you contact Cathy Roden (croden@catalogmailers.org 800-509-9514), she might be able to squeeze you in at a reasonable rate, or offer up some nearby alternatives. Also in plotting out your time in Washington, please plan around the following:

  • May 21st, 6:00 pm: The conference begins with our Welcome Reception at the Dupont Circle Hotel
  • May 22nd, 8:00 am: First full day of sessions, culminating with our VIP reception that evening
  • May 23rd, 9:00 am – 5:00-5:30 pm: All attendees head for Capitol Hill for a full day’s worth of meetings with legislators who can impact your business’s future.

Questions? Contact Paul Miller (pmiller@catalogmailers 800-509-9514).