PMG Megan Brennan to Address Catalog Issues & Explain USPS’s Future Course at ACMA Forum
All Eyes on the PMG The 10th Annual National Catalog Forum is the only event where you can not only hear Postmaster General Megan Brennan chart out the Postal Service’s future course, but also where you can ask your catalog-specific questions, concerns and other issues – and get instant feedback from our nation’s first female PMG.
How will the USPS survive its current financial crisis? Is there a clear future for catalogs in the mail? How might postal reform legislation impact catalog postage rates? Ms. Brennan will field all your questions. Don’t miss her 10:30 am session on May 3rd.
The PMG’s session is just one of many during the May 2-4, 2017 event in Washington, DC, that will directly impact your business. Click here for the full agenda.
Other session highlights…
A close look at how the 10-year review of the postal rate-making system could turn out later this year
The unveiling of some fascinating new catalog industry statistics
Progress on a discounted catalog postal rate
How a barrage of states are passing state laws designed to circumvent the Quill v. North Dakota use tax precedent, what the ACMA is doing to prevent this and what you can do on your end
The future of efficacy of marketing in America, and how the Trump Administration is directly impacting your catalog business
All of this and more only at the ACMA Forum May 2-4
The event is just 20 days away! Register now while seats are still available. But they’re going fast, and (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.)
Book Your Hotel Room
Use this link to book your room at Washington’s elegant DuPont Circle Hotel or call the hotel directly at 202-438-6000. Our room block is already sold out, but there may be some rooms available at reasonable rates. If you need help, contact us at the information provided below.
Planning Your Trip – 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