CAA President’s Message – May 2022

Many of you have recently returned from the ISC West show in Las Vegas. I hope that you enjoyed the show as much as I did. Attendance was up to near pre-Covid days and the Exhibit Hall was buzzing with energy and excitement.

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Get Ready for ISC West This Month!

I look forward to seeing you there as we kick off the event on Tuesday, March 22 with SIA/ISC’s Got Talent at THE ROCKHOUSE in the Venetian at 8 p.m.  Join us for hosted cocktails and the greatest singing talent the industry has to offer.  The event is hosted by our sponsors and you can RSVP at www.caaonline.org.

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President’s Message – CAA Winter Convention

Fall has fallen with cool days and cold nights. The year-end holidays will be on our minds and in our hearts as we move forward with the gradual re-opening of activities and venues as we remembered them in the pre-Covid era. This year the holidays will be challenged with the mega supply chain disruptions –…

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Making Lemonade: A Message From The Board President

San Francisco, where nearly 80% have received at least one vaccine shot, has implemented vaccine requirements for meetings beginning in mid-September. We know from the actions government has taken in the past year that this may change at any time. So, when we get lemons, we make lemonade.

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CAA PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: JUNE is here!

Here we are mid-2020 and finally things are coming back to life.  A new comfort level with being “out and about” is provided by vaccines and encouraging statistics of a declining pandemic.  Businesses, shops, stores, restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, etc., are all coming back to life.

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Busy As A Bee: A Message from the Board President

Every spring with longer days, more sunshine, and daylight savings time we start to awaken after our winter slumber. This year is much more pronounced since we have compounded our proverbial slumber with Covid 19 isolation. Now that the vaccine distribution rate is growing exponentially and the rate of infection is dropping significantly, we are…

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Defining Essential Workers in California: An Update from the CAA Board

For the past two weeks we have been operating under conditions that no one would have imaged at the time of our Winter Meeting last December in San Francisco. Not since 1918/1919 has the world and the United States been under attack by a invisible operator. Over one-hundred years ago it was the Spanish Flu. …

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