The 2021 MCAA Midyear Meeting In Photos

Words: Dan Kamys

The annual MCAA Midyear Meeting took place from September 12-16 at The Historic Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. Events included MCAA Meetings, the always-popular Speed Dating, and the Masonry Hall of Fame Induction Awards Dinner, presented by MCAA Strategic Partner SOLA. Optional tours included a Haunted Walking Tour and a tour of Graceland.

The companies who participated in this year's Speed Dating included: Amerimix, CrewTracks, EZ Scaffold, EZG Manufacturing, FRACO, Hydro-Mobile, Norton Clipper, PROSOCO, SOLA, SPEC MIX, STABILA, and Xtreme Manufacturing.

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