CEDAR RAPIDS, IA--The NSCA Zone, booth #C5859 at InfoComm 2010, is a one-stop shop during InfoComm 2010 to network with industry peers, find business solutions for everyday needs, put for charity and a chance to win $500 daily, and enter to win a variety of prizes and products, including one of three 42-inch LCD HDTVs.
NSCA members are the industry’s leading commercial electronic systems integrators. They have access to valuable, industry-specific research, training exclusive to industry professionals, and advocates who fight against legislation that would be lethal to your business. Visit the NSCA Zone to:
o Meet NSCA members and staff who can help you make the most of your membership.
o Pick up a scratch card to win discounts on NSCA membership, training or NSCA’s next business conference, iPods – everyone wins.
o Hear first-hand how NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference has helped contractors improve their bottom lines, expand their business, and utilize the unique skills of Generation “Why”.
o Take a shot at a hole-in-one and your chance to win $500 in the NSCA Education Foundation’s popular Putting Challenge, sponsored by Herman Procurement & Logistics. For a $5 contribution to the Foundation, receive three chances to make a hole-in-one, as well a drink ticket for a cold water or soda. If you make a hole-in-one, come back at the end of the day for the “putt-off” to win $500.
o Learn how NSCA’s alternative to national healthcare, SystemsPlus™ Health Solutions, can help you create a healthier, more productive staff while saving time and money. Plus enter to win a Ping G15 driver.
o Find out how NSCA is helping protect your business against harmful legislation and policy initiatives.
"We are pleased to sponsor the putting challenge again this year at Infocomm 2010, said Mike Vivian, Vice-President of Sales, Herman Procurement & Logistics. We are strong believers in the NSCA Education Foundation and the wonderful things they do for our industry . Educating today’s AV professionals, promoting leadership for the future and building the next generation is critical to the strength, health and future of the commercial electronic systems industry.”
For more information on the NSCA Zone and the NSCA Education Foundation, visit www.nscaatinfocomm.org