|A big southern “Hi y’all !!!” to all the camp directors and owners out there. It’s almost time for AIC’s national conference and you need to make sure you have all your plans in place to join us in Atlantaon February 19th- 21st. It’s going to be one of the most informative and fun conferences you’ll ever attend!We’re going to open the conference with award winning author and radio host Charles Sykes. If you’ve ever read any of his books or heard him on the radio, you know you don’t want to miss out on this session.Charlie is senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute and a talk show host at WTMJ radio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today and is the author of six books: A Nation of Victims, Dumbing Down Our Kids, Profscam, The Hollow Men, The End of Privacy, and 50 Rules Kids Won’t Learn in School.
Our breakout sessions will include speakers from all aspects of business and camping (tax accountants, lawyers, and staff trainers to name a few) and each one will bring important information that will help you run your camp more productively and efficiently. If you want to survive, and even prosper, in today’s world and economy, these are all topics that you simply can’t learn too much about!
For those of you that haven’t signed up yet, you’ll want to hurry before the spaces get filled and you miss out on what will be one of the best investments your camp will make this year.
But don’t just take my word for how great these speakers are, we Southerners are well-known for stretching the truth. It’s not that we don’t know what the truth is; we just agree with what Mark Twain said, “Get your facts first. Then you can distort them any way you please.” Click on the picture below and see a brief video of our speakers for yourself on YouTube – then decide if you’d like to join us in Atlanta!
Now for the many of you that already have signed up (and those of you still deciding), click on the link below to get up to date information about the conference as well as travel tips on the easiest way to get to the conference hotel once you arrive in Atlanta. For those of y’all that think you can just ask someone where the hotel on Peachtree street is… well, there’s 55 streets in Atlanta with the word Peachtree in it. Good luck!!! Do yourself a favor and use the link to get the information we’re providing for you, it will be the first of many ways that AIC will be able to help you this year!!
As the date gets closer for the conference, we’ll have one more email with weather updates, and any final tips you might need to know to make this one of the most enjoyable and productive conferences you’ll attend.
AIC Atlanta info
We’re glad you’re coming down to join us and we can’t wait to see ya!!!!
AIC kindred chair 2012