It’s Not Too Late to Reserve Your Seat (though hurry – it’s getting dangerously close)
The 10th Annual National Catalog Forum is right around the corner – next Tuesday through Thursday, May 2-4, in Washington. It’s the only event where you can not only hear Postmaster General Megan Brennan chart out the Postal Service’s future course, find out about a potential discounted catalog postage rate, see whether the Quill sales tax precedent can still hold firm, and myriad other major issues all impacting your bottom line.
Key Highlights: There are none! That’s because you can’t afford to miss a single session or reception. Aside from giving you a few hours to sleep, we pack every minute of the day-and-a-half-long event with sessions and events that directly impact your bottom line.
Will the USPS survive its current financial crisis?
Is there a clear future for catalogs in the mail?
How might the flurry of state sales tax laws impact your business?
Wondering how consumers are using yours and other catalogs today?
How might postal reform legislation impact your catalog postage rates?
What is the Integrated Media Research Center and how can it be a game changer for your business?
And how will your business be impacted by the Postal Regulatory Commission’s review of the price-capped postal rate-making system?
Register now while there are still some seats available. (ACMA members: Be sure to set up your log-in on our brand-new website to get your preferred member discount. 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 (email@example.com 800-509-9514), she might be able to squeeze you in or offer up some nearby alternatives. Also in plotting out your time in Washington, please plan around the following:
May 2nd, 6:30 pm: The conference begins with our Welcome Reception at the Dupont Circle Hotel
May 3rd, 9:00 am: First full day of sessions, culminating with our VIP reception that evening
May 4th: Sessions resume at 8:00 am and the conference ends at 1 pm