Early bird registration for the CGA Conference ends TODAY!
Today is the final day to take advantage of early bird registration rates for the 2016 CGA Excavation Safety Conference & Expo, March 8-10, 2016 at The Mirage in Las Vegas. Register here today to receive big early bird discounts for significant savings on conference packages.
Join your peers in the underground utility damage prevention community to learn about the latest in the industry, and expand your knowledge and network at a number of workshops, sessions and social events.
Attendees will explore indoor and outdoor damage prevention demonstrations, an expo featuring more than 100 exhibitors and educational sessions addressing the latest in underground law, best practices, case studies and more. Don’t miss out on the largest educational and networking event in the utility damage prevention community.
We also look forward to seeing you at our committee meetings and annual meeting during the conference.
For more information or to register, please visit CGAconference.com.
* CGA members must register through the conference web site to attend the general conference. The minimum registration level to attend the CGA Annual Meeting and Exhibit Floor/Demos is the "Expo Only" option for $95.
One of CGA’s signature programs is the 811 “Call Before You Dig” campaign that reminds homeowners and contractors of the steps required to mark underground utilities before any digging begins. Currently, the campaign stresses that one call, to the national 811 telephone number, is all it takes to start the process. However, with so many homeowners and contractors using mobile, online and other platforms to access 811 services, the “Call Before You Dig” tagline is no longer inclusive of all of the ways people request locates. In 2016, CGA will debut a new tagline that better represents current and future practices. All of the questions in this brief survey relate to the development of the new tagline.
Please take 5 minutes to review the survey and share your opinions. We appreciate your willingness to help the underground utility industry remind all Americans that safe digging is no accident.
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