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ABMA Summer Event To Resume In-Person Interaction

June 22, 2021
Emerging from the pandemic, the group's long-awaited face-to-face conference this week still offers online options. But it also heralds the promise of our industry's return to normal.

After a frustrating year of constant rescheduling and remote technology readjustments, the American Boiler Manufacturers Association (ABMA) this week will finally meet in-person for its 2021 Summer Meeting at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort in Bonita Springs FL, June 25-28. 

"This four-day event is one of the most cost-effective, educational and networking opportunities available in the industry," says ABMA President & CEO Scott Lynch. "Still, we realize these are unique times, so in order to ensure we can engage all our members, the Summer Meeting will be a hybrid event with the opportunity to attend in-person and participate virtually."

With that in mind, even now, it is not too late to register or attend. Just go to https://www.abma.com/summer-meeting. 

Lynch and ABMA is particularly excited to welcome keynote speaker Jay Timmons, President & CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the influential, 14,000-member industry trade group founded in 1895. Like ABMA, NAM is one of only a handful of U.S. trade associations that has been in business for over 100 years, and has now survived not one, but two global pandemics!

Slated to speak next Monday, Timmons will address, among other things, next-generation recruitment efforts and NAM's success in doubling its membership since he took the helm. In particular, he will discuss the strategy behind The Manufacturing Institute's multimillion-dollar workforce development campaign, Creators Wanted.

To learn more about speakers and sponsors, and see the educational sessions and other special events planned, click here.