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ACI NATIONAL ATTENDEES

For anyone planning to attend ACI's National conference. We'd like to hear what you're hoping to see/do. Who you're looking forward to seeing. What sessions are you presenting? Maybe even meet up once we're there.

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Proposals for AC12 Due by July 15

If you are working on something really cool right now, or you've got a new angle to an old problem, we'd love to hear from you. ACI is accepting proposals for presentations now through July 15th for…Continue

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Started by Jennifer Luitwieler Jul 8, 2011.

Trying to learn as much as I can 3 Replies

Hello everyone,I will be attending the ACI conference on Wednesday and Thursday.  I am still relatively new in this business and I would like to learn as much as possible.  Some of the sessions I…Continue

Started by David Parker. Last reply by Jennifer Luitwieler Mar 30, 2011.

Needs are greater than ever

I'm very much looking forward to the conference this week. The needs are greater than ever and real solutions have been developed over the years that can be implemented quickly and effectively. I…Continue

Started by John Snell Mar 28, 2011.

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Comment by A. Tamasin Sterner on April 9, 2012 at 7:47am

Dale,  4 of my staff got sick right after the conference and I just got sick yesterday with a fever and cough and cold.

Comment by Stephanie Inglis on April 9, 2012 at 7:45am

Hi Dale,

 

I got the respiratory infection and I am still coughing. And I never get sick! I can't believe some folks ended up in the ER. Scary!

 

Steph

Comment by Dale@EnergyWright on April 9, 2012 at 7:40am

ACI-Baltimore 2012 was another fine conference thanks to the hard work of everyone at ACI. There were so many good session choices. I believe the number was around 1600 attendees. Many thanks to Amy and crew for a job well done.

The only setback, which was no fault of ACI, was the respiratory ailments that many folks acquired while there.  I'm not sure what the exact nature of it was, but there are folks still out sick with sinus infections or the "Hilton hack".  I think most are over the fever, although some ended up in the ER when their fever got too high.

Does anyone have a better handle on this ailment? Many of us are still trying to recover.

Dale

Comment by Amy Fazio on May 4, 2011 at 10:10am
thanks for all the amazing participation!  We are gearing up for another great year of events - Colorado, New York, California and Baltimore 2012.  New this year National Trainers Conference in the fall - stay tuned.
Comment by Stephanie Inglis on April 4, 2011 at 9:51am

Hi all!

Thanks for joining us last week in San Francisco. For those who couldn't be there, here are the highlights:

Summit Day 1

Summit Day 2

Core Conference Day 1

Core Conference Day 2

Core Conference Final Day

ACI Leadership Award

Tony Woods Award and Hall of Fame Inductions 

Please feel free to pass these links around!

Comment by Elliott Management Consultants on April 4, 2011 at 7:57am

Great JOB ACI workforce!!  We had a great experience and are looking forward to the continued conversation about wx training and beyond.  

Be in touch with us for all your wx training questions, needs, and IDEAS!  

Comment by Nehemiah Stone on March 31, 2011 at 9:30am
Please note that every one of the MF sessions has been standing room only. So, unless we get a bigger room for the rest of the sessions this week, do not encourage any one else to attend these sessions. %^}
it is nice to see such intense interest in this, the first full Multifamily track at an ACI national conference. ..in ACI's 25 years. It has been a great set of sessions so far.
Comment by David Eggleton on March 30, 2011 at 10:59pm
On Thursday morning (that means soon!), I'm holding an ad hoc and informal session concerning an engagement instrument I've designed that I believe can become valuable to 1000 Home Challenge participants, tapping opportunities in behavior and community solutions.  8:30 - 10:15 in Sierra H (5th floor).
Comment by Tom White on March 28, 2011 at 9:52pm
Comment by Tom White on March 28, 2011 at 9:50pm
As one of the SF Bay area ambassadors, I thought I'd provide a couple of links to recent housing market reports from a reputable source: the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association.  Here are two excellent articles that will give you some relevant background info on the SF Bay area market and housing stock:

http://www.spur.org/publications/library/article/bay_area_housing_m...

http://www.spur.org/blog/urban_field_notes_seven_good_things_about_...
 

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