AGG1 is coming soon! Our March issue will include in-depth coverage to help you navigate your way around the show. During the weeks leading up to the show, we are featuring AGG1 Updates in our Monday e-newsletters to highlight some of the educational sessions and products that will be at the show. Hope to see you there!
Featured Session from the School of Business Management – Community Relations Track:
TH51 – Effectively Countering Community Opposition to Your Project; Thursday, March 21, 9:30 – 11 a.m.
Christopher Hopkins, The Saint Consulting Group; Thomas Powell, Cemex USA; Mark Harrison, Harrison, Temblador, Hungerford & Johnson LLP
This session will provide guidelines for anticipating objections and potential opposition within a community. It will closely scrutinize the relationship between vocal support or opposition and the impact that it has on elected officials. Multiple speakers will be featured, including a local elected official and a producer who has faced this type of opposition and countered it with a strategic plan. The material is based on NSSGA’s best-selling Community Relations Handbook: A Guide to Building Trust and Credibility in the Community. The session will discuss the most effective information that should be included in an extensive political due diligence prior to making your application public. Presenters will review a redacted political due diligence during the session.
Featured product: Met Pro Supply, Inc. – Booth 2763
Met Pro Supply, Inc. manufactures hydrocyclones in sizes ranging from 6 inches to 48 inches. Lining systems are available in ceramic, urethane, and bonded rubber, and now drop-in rubber liners are available as well. Met Pro is now offering Rising Current Separators (hydraulic sizers), fine material washers, and coarse material washers. Stop by Booth 2763 to learn more.
Met Pro Supply, Inc. | www.metprosupply.com | Booth 2763
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