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Nov 13, 2001 12:00 AM
GATF(Sewickley, PA) PIA (Alexandria, VA) announced they will
conduct two educational teleconferences for their members. The
first, to be held Nov. 27 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (EST), will
discuss anthrax concerns.
Participants will learn :
The breadth of the anthrax contamination and the steps being taken by the USPS to protect the integrity of the mail
Strategies your clients are implementing to calm consumer fears
The impact on printers and their responses
Measures to ensure the security of spray powder
What the Center for Disease Control (CDC) currently knows about the identification and lifespan of anthrax spores ,
Speakers include Gary Jones, GATF’s manager of environmental health & safety affairs, along with representatives from a leading printer, direct mail client, and the USPS.
The second, to be held Dec. 10 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (EST)
will discuss economic concerns.
Participants will hear:
The latest Print Market outlook
Financial do’s and don’ts in a time of crisis
Effective personnel decisions and mitigating risks
How to access government programs providing relief for small business
Sales—what to do when your clients aren’t placing orders
Speakers include Ben Cooper, PIA’s senior vice president
of government affairs ; Ron Davis, PIA chief economist; and Frank
Iannuzzi, vice president, management services of PIA of Southern
California. Cost per site is $69 for GATF/PIA members.
To register, contact KRM Information Services, P.O. Box #1187Eau Claire, WI 54702-1187; telephone: 800/775-7654; fax: 800/676-0734 or see www.gain.net .