Get the Facts: Attend the CMU Checkoff Town Halls
As the process to realize the CMU Checkoff program takes its next steps, we want to be sure that you know what the program is all about and the opportunities it will provide. You are invited to a virtual CMU Checkoff Town Hall meeting, your chance to hear the straight facts about the Checkoff and get your questions answered. We’re hosting five regional town halls to give producers the opportunity to have an open, transparent discussion about what a national, mandatory checkoff means and how it could just be the answer to win back market share we’ve lost while building new demand.
Join national and regional producers who have been working to make the CMU Checkoff a reality over the last ten years, as well as representatives from the Department of Commerce, all ready to answer your questions. Come prepared with questions about the program, the process to implement Checkoff and the opportunities for the Checkoff to grow the concrete masonry industry.
Imagine a program that could help drive both construction and consumer demand for masonry, research new technologies and product innovation and help develop the next generation of our workforce. That can all be possible with our CMU Checkoff. By working together, we can advance the industry and create a better future for all producers, regardless of size, geography or offering.
- Region 1 (northeast) | September 29 @ 10:00 AM Eastern
- Region 2 (southeast) | September 24 @ 10:30 AM Eastern**
- Region 3 (north central) | September 23 @ 2:00 PM Eastern
- Region 4 (south central) | September 29 @ 4:30 PM Eastern
- Region 5 (western) | September 24 @ 1:00 PM Eastern
**A separate town hall is being considered and developed for Florida specifically. Florida companies are welcome to participate in the Region 2 webinar. You will be notified if a separate town hall is scheduled.
UPDATED WITH SPANISH LANGUAGE VERSION: COVID-19 EXPOSURE PREVENTION, PREPAREDNESS, AND RESPONSE PLAN FOR CONSTRUCTION
This template was originally developed by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition, which the MCAA is a member of, on March 25, 2020. It was updated on April 22, 2020, and most recently on August 17, 2020. Full story