DENVER, CO – JULY 21, 2020 – Colorado Cattlemen’s Association’s (CCA) Virtual Business Meeting: Resolutions and Issues Discussion is less than two weeks away on Thursday, July 30 at 1:00 p.m.
CCA’s upcoming Business Meeting is the second event in a series of virtual meetings hosted by the Association in place of its traditional 2020 Annual Convention, which was moved online due to government regulations and gathering restrictions. The revised meetings will still provide educational sessions, networking opportunities, leadership recognition, and policy development; with the opportunity to host in-person meetings later on this fall.
CCA has also developed an interactive, online program which outlines the revised meetings schedule, plus features exclusive content from both the association and its partners. To visit this interactive guide, click here or visit CCA’s website.
Each year during its Annual Convention, CCA conducts an annual business meeting in order to present, renew and accept the policy that has been created through the grassroots efforts throughout the year, during committee meetings or at the local affiliate level. These policies are essential to guiding CCA’s efforts and priorities on both a state and national level for the Colorado beef industry. Although we can not conduct the meeting in-person as usual, CCA urges members to register for the virtual business meeting! This is an imperative and important part of policy development that you won’t want to miss – especially with the 2020 Election around the corner!
Sponsorship opportunities are also still available with this new format, and create a unique opportunity to connect with CCA’s members and industry leaders in a new virtual and in-person setting. Please contact Sarah Dideriksen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at (303) 431-6422 for more information.
We hope to see you online on the 30th!
Colorado Cattlemen’s Association’s (CCA) mission is to serve as the state’s premier cattlemen’s association that serves as the principal voice and advocate for Colorado beef production. CCA accomplishes this through its vision of “advancing the legacy” of beef production for our members by ensuring a dynamic and profitable industry that provides growth and opportunity for future generations. CCA’s commitment lies within these core competencies: government affairs, issues management, communication and outreach, and member services and benefits. Learn more and become a CCA member online @ https://www.coloradocattle.org/