AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, has announced that it is offering sponsorship opportunities to provide members a way to connect with their customers—in-person and virtually—while expanding their visibility and reach. 

AICC’s 2021 Spring Meeting at Amelia Island in Florida from April 26-28 will be the industry’s first in-person national event since the start of the pandemic. The association is working diligently to provide a meeting that is safe and secure. All events will be staged with current guidelines of social distancing, mask-wearing, and regular sanitization, among other safety protocols.

AICC hopes that the meeting will afford a unique opportunity for industry professionals to come together and forge a new path forward. The association is inviting the industry to demonstrate its support of the association, and its members, by putting their company name front and center at meeting events.

The outstanding content of AICC meetings and the quality of the presentations are made possible in large part by its members, who are participants in our sponsorship program.

The 7th Annual AICC Independents’ Cup Charity Golf Tournament will take place on Tuesday, April 27, at the Oak Marsh Golf Course at the Amelia Island resort. This year’s tournament will benefit the Foundation for Packaging Education and Driving Out Darkness, The Steve O’Brien Memorial. Featured Golf Tournament Sponsorships include:

Golf Ball Sponsorship – $2,500

Closet to the Pin Sponsorship – $2,500

Golf Hole Sponsorship – $1,000

Featured Meeting Sponsorships include:

Tuesday Networking Lunch – $3,500

Sunday Late Night Mixer – $3,500

Networking Reception (Co-Sponsor) – $4,000

The layout of the Omni Resort venue provides an assurance of reduced risk and all events will be staged with current guidelines of social distancing, mask-wearing and regular sanitization, among other safety protocols. The program and speakers will address the challenges of the past year, what’s next, and the economic outlook ahead. 

“Our surveys indicated that a majority of members are ready and willing to get together at an AICC meeting,” said AICC President Mike D’Angelo. “We appreciate that confidence but we do not take it for granted. AICC is responding by planning sessions that provide value, education, enlightenment and camaraderie, safely and securely. When you invest and engage, AICC delivers success.”

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