ASA Golf Tournament June 22, 2022

ASA Golf Tournament June 22, 2022

WHEN

Date: June 22, 2022
Registration: 10:00am to 10:45am
Start Time: 11:00am

Sponsorship

This year we are providing a new format to allow for more engagement and fun for our golfers. If there are any additional funds raised over the cost of the event will be donated back to our non-profit organization. We are offering the opportunity for our vendors to have an at hole sponsorship. Snacks, short games and give aways will be allowed, and encouraged. This is an excellent opportunity to advertise your company and any new products within a reasonable timespan. Vendors would be expected to bring their own tent for set up and come no later than 9:30am to set up at their hole.

 

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Altec Inc – GOLD Sponsor

Laird Plastic – SILVER Sponsor
EM Plastic – SILVER Sponsor
Polymershapes – SILVER Sponsor

SignComp – BRONZE Sponsor

WHERE

Innisfail Golf Club
6080 Lakewood Drive
Innisfail, AB T4G 1S7

Driving Directions 

Innisfail Golf Club

The 2022 ASA Golf Tournament will support Haying in the 30’s a volunteer-led, charity organization that sends much needed funds to those in our communities undergoing cancer treatment. These donations are in honour of one of our ASA Members whose daughter, Shayla Wisholff, recently passed away from Breast Cancer. Her journey is a great inspiration to others and brought to light our need in Canada for more treatment options for people suffering from Breast Cancer.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Alberta Signs Association  – AGM

Alberta Signs Association – AGM

 

 

 

 

 

Come and contribute to shaping the ASA in the coming year!

Date: Friday, October 26, 2018

Where: Sandman Signature Edmonton – Room 1&2
10111 Ellerslie Road

Time: 12:00pm – 1:30 Lunch to be served
ASA AGM 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Please note: You are not required to stay for the duration of the meeting. Please come at any time.

ASA Lunch & Learn –  Lean Manufacturing: Moving towards a culture of continuous improvement

ASA Lunch & Learn – Lean Manufacturing: Moving towards a culture of continuous improvement

May 30, 2018: Edmonton, AB

Biera
9570 – 76 Avenu NW
Edmonton

 

 

 

Members, use promo code 2018RSM to get free admission to the road show event!

Lean Manufacturing: Moving towards a culture of continuous improvement

Are you breaking even, experiencing losses despite your hard work or growing so fast that you’re having difficulty meeting demand?

If any of these situations sound familiar, register now for the 2018 Cross Canada Road Show, where we will discuss approaches that will help you to:

  • overcome your production issues
  • improve your capacity to respond to client and market needs
  • contribute to greater employee empowerment and productivity
  • set the stage for future growth by offering better value to your clients

We will discuss the strategic importance of adopting a continuous improvement approach designed to establish the foundation for growth and help your business become more competitive and profitable in the long term.

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NAIT Graphic Communication Practicum

NAIT Graphic Communication Practicum

 

 

A message from Norm:

 

Hello, my name is Norm Peterson and I am the Academic Chair for the NAIT Graphic Communications program.

This coming April 2018, we will be sending out Graphic Communications students on a two-week Professional Experience to help them gain practical, hands-on industry training, and to apply their learned skillset from NAIT. If you would like to host a student for two weeks in April, we would really appreciate the support. There are no expectations from your organization other than to return a signed insurance form and provide a quick feedback survey upon the completion of the practicum. Students are covered under NAIT insurance while on the practicum.

Please review the details for the upcoming practicum. If you are unable to help us this year, feel free to forward this email onto someone that could be in a position to help out. We cannot guarantee that every organization will receive a practicum student, but we will do our best to accommodate all requests.

Once students complete the Graphic Communications practicum, they would be available for employment, as their NAIT studies would be complete. If you are looking to hire someone this would be a great opportunity to “test drive” a potential candidate for two weeks at no cost to your organization. There is no expectation of employment, but we would hope the student would be provided a good learning experience.

For more information about the Graphic Communications program, please click on the web-links in my signature listed below.

Click on the link below to review the attached PDF for details for the upcoming practicum if you have any questions or concerns please contact us and we can clarify any specifics. We look forward to hearing from you.

NAIT Graphic Communication Practicum

 

Regards,

Norm Peterson B.Ed. MA.

Academic Chair

Graphic Communications Program

http://www.graphiccommunications.ca/

NAIT, 11762 106 St NW

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