Modifiers Bring Asphalt To Life is more than a snappy tag line. Modifiers make asphalt better, providing long lasting, cost-effective highways and a quiet and smooth driving experience. With the addition of modifiers, asphalt touches our lives in the form of better aviation runways, running and bicycle paths, race tracks, and roofing products for our homes and businesses. Without modifiers, asphalt would would not be nearly as versatile.
Each year, AMAP brings together industry leaders and technology experts to discuss successful modified asphalt projects as well as advances and changes in technology and industry needs. Prior to the Conference, we conduct our highly regarded Modified Asphalt Workshop. Six professional development hours are awarded for attendance. Our next Conference will be held February 10 – 13, 2020 at the Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage, California.
Workshop Keynote Speakers
Angel Carlton & Scott Murray
Creating Champions of Change & Culture of Civility Through Courage, Commitment, Character, Compassion and Conversation
The pace of change is doubling every year. So adapting to change is no longer an option, it is a necessity. Unfortunately, it’s what few leaders know how to do… until now. Our Leadership America program is focused on instilling civility back into our society while creating an agile mindset for those in a position of influence. A powerful message is delivered through storytelling and sharing success secrets of sports legends and today’s most prominent leaders who demonstrate courage, commitment, character, and compassion through positive and productive conversation. It is an entertaining and insightful introduction to contemporary leadership principles while creating awareness that is crucial in today’s rapidly changing world. The message inspires a call for more agility, respect, and responsibility so that we may collectively create a more civil culture within our workplace, our communities, and in life. You won’t hear this powerful message anywhere else. Scott and Angel highlight the insights and advice from some of the world’s most influential leaders, as also shared on their weekly radio/podcast program, “Leading the Way Today.” Read more about Angel and Scott and details on their Workshop Seminar, “How to Become a Champion of Change in Today’s Changing World.”
Registration onsite available!
Because life should have some play in it too, AMAP is offering a golf outing on the Monday before the workshop and conference. Come enjoy some warm weather and sunshine. The shotgun scramble starts at 12:30 pm with a 4-person scramble. Warm up on the driving range beforehand. It’s included. A reservation is required to participate. You may indicate your interest online with your conference registration. Prizes to be awarded at the Yardhouse following the outing. We will follow up with an email and payment information as we get closer to the conference date. We will also ask if you need rental clubs, have a preferred partner, etc. The number of players is limited so sign up early to guarantee yourself a spot. Fee: $120 per person
The popular AMAP Exhibitor Show returns. Tabletop exhibits will open following the Workshop session.
If you supply products or services to the asphalt industry, take advantage of this marketing venue. Table selection is on first come, first served basis. You must register for the General Conference to reserve an exhibit space. List of Exhibitors to date. Exhibit hours:
New this year– Cvent’s LeadCapture app is available for Exhibitors. For an additional $225, receive a temporary license to download the app for the AMAP conference. Easily track notes, contact names and leads right from your phone. For additional details from Cvent, click here. View video presentation about LeadCapture.
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