2021 Summer Meeting - June 25 - 28th

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, Bonita Springs, FL 

Join us this coming June at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point for the 2021 Summer Meeting - the best networking opportunity in the boiler industry.  The ABMA Summer Meeting is a key event for stakeholders in the boiler manufacturing industry. The Summer Meeting is also known for its family-friendly atmosphere. This four-day event is one of the most cost-effective educational and networking opportunities available in the industry.

We realize these are unique times, and in order to ensure we can engage all our members, the Summer Meeting is scheduled to be a hybrid event with the opportunity to attend in-person and participate virtually.

Our meetings enable attendees to:

• Directly interact with C-level boiler manufacturer and supplier executives.
• Collaborate with experts on critical topics impacting the boiler industry.
• Hear perspectives from relevant and renowned keynote speakers. Prestigious economists, industry analysts, government authorities are among the recent participants.
• Enjoy networking with attendees in many social setting

Confirmed Keynote Presenters:

 Jay Timmons, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), President & CEO
Manufacturing Trends and Washington Insights
Jay Timmons is president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers and chairman of the board of The Manufacturing Institute, the NAM’s workforce development and education partner. The NAM is the largest manufacturing association in the United States, representing small and large manufacturers in every industrial sector, and Jay is a leading advocate for the more than 12 million men and women who make things in America.

Since Jay took the helm, the NAM has nearly doubled in size, dramatically expanded its issue advocacy and enhanced the organization’s influence and mobilization efforts outside of Washington, D.C. He led the NAM to create the Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action and acquire the Manufacturing Leadership Council. With manufacturers facing an urgent need for talented and skilled workers, Jay is also a champion for connecting more Americans with rewarding careers in modern manufacturing and for closing the opportunity gap. He has expanded the reach and impact of The Manufacturing Institute and launched an unprecedented, multimillion-dollar workforce development campaign, Creators Wanted. The NAM has become the one-stop shop for manufacturers in advocacy, legal action, workforce development, operational excellence and news and insights.

 Jason Van Camp, Mission Six Zero, Green Beret & Best Selling Author
Deliberate Discomfort - Master the Art of Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Green Beret Jason B.A. Van Camp, best-selling author of Deliberate Discomfort – Master the Art of Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable, will take us through his experience as a US Army Special Forces (Green Beret) officer who earned Bronze Stars during three combat rotations in the Middle East and Africa, along with anecdotes from other highly decorated US Special Operations Forces veterans, sharing the lessons learned from incredible challenges and translating them into relatable action items for our lives and businesses.

 Todd Palmer, Extraordinary Advisors
The Battle for Talent in 2021 & Beyond

Todd Palmer, a recruiting industry veteran with more than twenty years of experience has placed over 6,000 people into new jobs. He will speak on how to win the battle for talent and why many companies are not finding the talent they need to grow productivity and profits. He will share the key decision-making factors for job seekers — many will surprise you. You will learn how to locate great talent and how to make your company a no-brainer, so that the best talent says, “Yes, I want to work with you.”

2021 Summer Meeting Golf Tournament

The tournament will take place on Sunday, June 27th at the Spring Run Golf Club with a modified shotgun start at 8:30 AM. The golf course is a short shuttle ride (5 minutes) from the hotel. Please note we are unable to play the Raptor Bay Golf Club due to course maintenance during our meeting dates. CLICK HERE for more information on the Spring Run Golf Course.

NEED GOLF CLUB RENTALS?

Even though we are playing Spring Run, Raptor Bay will be coordinating all club rentals. Please reach out to Dave Allyn at Raptor Bay by phone 239.390.4605 (direct) OR by email [email protected] to reserve clubs. Rental fees are $65 and need to be paid directly to the course. Clubs will be transported to Spring Run on the day of the tournament and loaded on assigned carts.

BRINGING YOUR OWN CLUBS?

The Raptor Bay will also be transporting personal clubs. Please inform Raptor Bay upon arrival that you are playing in Sunday’s ABMA Tournament and they will confirm drop-off logistics to have your clubs transported to Spring Run and loaded on assigned carts.

WILL FOOD BE PROVIDED?

Yes, boxed breakfast will be provided in the Hotel Lobby starting at 7:30 AM. The shuttle will begin departing at 8 AM. Boxed Lunches will be available half through your round or when you finish the tournament.

NEED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PERSONAL PLAY?
Check out these 2 courses nearby for individual tee times:

Old Corkscrew: www.oldcorkscrew.com
Tiburon Golf Club: www.tiburonnaples.com

Please reach out to Marissa Torres at [email protected] if you have any additional questions.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities Are Available!
Can we add your company? Consider sponsoring a reception, speaker, or hole for the Golf Tournament and get the flag upon conclusion.

Interested in Sponsorship? Contact Shaunica Jayson via email at [email protected] if you are interested in selecting a sponsorship opportunity.  All sponsorship orders must be in no later than May 26th to be recognized in our summer issue of Today’s Boiler magazine.

For questions about meetings, please contact ABMA at [email protected].

Come join us this summer... a great event awaits! 

Top 5 Reasons to Attend the ABMA Summer Meeting

  1. Making connections is smart business strategy. No matter how connected we are online, face-to-face interaction yields stronger relationships, which correlate to more sales and competitive business advantages. 
  2. Get ahead by staying ahead. Be among the first to know about industry changes, advancements and forecasts.
  3. Who wants to reinvent the wheel? Learning from and collaborating with others is what the most successful business leaders do regularly. 
  4. Get what you pay for. Membership meetings are part of your ABMA membership benefits – take advantage and your company will reap the rewards. 
  5. Downtime is good for you and your business. Studies show that taking time to “recharge” actually increases productivity.