CAM's magazine, THE CANADIAN MOVER, will go to press on Tuesday, September 27. Please review your listing in the last directory or online, and let us know if there are any changes by the end of business on Monday.
The golf tournament took place on Monday, September 19. It was wet. It was fun. We had 56 golfers. One member used the term "memorable". There were lots of great prizes and everyone went home happy and well fed, albeit a little damp.
CAM’s 2011 Annual Conference will address some of the issues and challenges facing movers as social media becomes a prevalent way in which movers communicate with consumers. Join us November 13–15, 2011, in Toronto.
You have the conference flyer or you can find it on the web.
IT'S TIME TO REGISTER!
North American Moving Services was a large part of the success of the 2nd annual Canada Company "Tour de Force". Over $125K was raised for secondary education for students of military families where a parent has lost their life during a War and camps for children of deployed soldiers.
The cyclists rode 700 kms from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto to the HMCS Montreal that was docked in Old Montreal and arrived on the 18th of September.
Military cyclists from across Canada joined with NAMS and other corporate partners in festivities every evening at Bases and armouries throughout the Tour.
Plans are underway for the 2012 Canada Company “Tour de Force”.
IF YOU HAVE NEWS THAT CANADA’S MOVING INDUSTRY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT, please let CAM know and we will include it in upcoming issues of this newsletter.