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ACMA National Catalog Forum Close-Up: House, Senate to Ponder Postal Reform

House, Senate to Square Off On Postal Reform
As ACMA finalizes plans for the 6th Annual National Catalog Forum for May 8-9, 2013, in Washington, DC, we'll start providing periodic close-ups on major sessions.
One session will feature Republican and Democratic representatives from the House and the Senate, respectively - Jeffrey Post and John Kilvington. In the 112th Congress, both of these staffers, Mr. Post for Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Mr. Kilvington for Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE), were intimately involved in postal reform bills.
They will lead a provocative, interactive discussion with attendees on the elements of postal reform most likely to be considered in the 113th Congress, legislation sure to affect catalogs. It's one session you won't want to miss.
Confirmed speakers also include Postal Regulatory Commissioner Nanci Langley, USPS Governor Louis Guiliano, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe. Make sure you are a part of the all-star gathering of catalog executives comparing lessons learned, tips and lobbying experiences in Washington.
Discount Registration Available Now
Registration for the event is available on the ACMA website. Early-bird rates are available now through April 1st. Don't miss out. Also for a limited time, you can get discounted rates at the host hotel, the Washington Plaza, by clicking here. If you prefer to call the hotel directly at 202-842-1300, mention "American Catalog Mailers Association" to get the discounted rate.
Register right now for two intense, hard-working days – as you navigate your business through an increasingly complex environment. This is the one event you can't afford to miss.

Paul Miller

Published: 03/06/13