MCAA Annual Convention Coming in February During World of Concrete

Words: Dan Kamys

MCAA Annual Convention Coming in February During World of Concrete

By Mark Kemp, MCAA Chairman

I would like to invite every member of the MCAA to join us this February in Las Vegas for the 2015 MCAA Convention at the World of Concrete/World of Masonry.

The MCAA Convention is the perfect opportunity for you and your company to learn and participate in many new and exciting happenings taking place at the MCAA and in our industry today, including a number of great education programs focused on helping your company maintain a competitive advantage.

The MCAA's Masonry Skills Challenge, the MCAA's Fastest Trowel on the Block and the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® will once again take place on Wednesday during MASONRY MADNESS™. You will not want to miss these great competitions.

Our South of 40 group is excited to once again offer a fun event for our membership. And don't forget the closing night at Morton's The Steakhouse where we'll induct new members into the Masonry Hall of Fame.

I look forward to seeing you all in Las Vegas!


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