D.C. Insiders to Forecast Crucial Changes In How Your Postal Rates Are Made at National Catalog Forum, May 2-4
Your Company’s Future is at Stake
The Postal Regulatory Commission is in the midst of a mandated review of the 10-year-old CPI price-capped postal rate-making system. For the 10th Annual National Catalog Forum coming up in Washington, May 2-4, the ACMA chose the three ulitmate experts to discuss and debate where they see this review heading.
Meet the Experts
Above (L to R), former Postal Regulatory Commission Chairman Dan Blair; former Special Assistant to the President & Commissioned Officer, White House Office of Legislative Affairs Denise Wilson; and SLS Consulting President Larry Buc all have extensive postal backgrounds, including direct or indirect involvement in the creation of the Postal Accountability & Enhancement & Act (PAEA) of 2007, which created the modern postal rate-setting system. They will share their extensive insights on where they see the crucial 10-year review headed.
Agenda Packs a Wallop
Click here to review the full agenda. Here are some other highlights:
Top Postal Service Officials:
PMG Megan Brennan (left) will deliver her state of the business address and relate how the Postal Service’s future will impact catalogers’ future; USPS VP, Marketing Steve Monteith (right) will headline a panel that will update you on where the USPS-ACMA project to create a specially-discounted catalog postage rate is heading.
Remote Sales Tax:
Brann & Isaacson Senior Partner George Isaacson (left) and Alabama Department of Revenue Deputy Commissioner of Revenue Joe Garrett (right) will square off on how Alabama and other states are maneuvering to circumvent the Quill v. North Dakota use tax law.
Alex’s Insights :
ACMA’s man about Washington Alex Vogel (left), managing partner of VogelHood Group, will share his thoughts, ideas and prognostications on how President Trump’s ever-evolving agenda will impact catalog mailers in the unforgettable May 4th closing luncheon. Mr. Vogel and his team help provide guidance and access to many of the D.C. decision makers ACMA works with to sway crucial rulings in our catalog members’ best interests.
Register Now – Forum Starts in Two Weeks
Registration is open to all catalogers and suppliers in the industry. ACMA members receive a discount rate. To get your discount, be sure to set up your log-in on our brand-new website if you hadn’t done so previously. Click here for instructions.
Key Dates & Times
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