The AAMDC is excited to present a new convention mobile application that is now available for the upcoming Fall 2012 Convention taking place next week.

Delegates will now have the opportunity to retrieve pertinent convention details and immediate updates from their mobile devices. Features on the app include:

 

  1. Fall 2012 Convention agenda
  2. Resolutions
  3. Workshop and special meeting rooms
  4. Speaker biographies
  5. Hotel information
  6. And so much more!

 

Click HERE to visit the app now!

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We would like to thank Stantec for sponsoring the mobile application and we hope our members will all take advantage of this user-friendly device that has been created especially for you!

To access the app, please enter app.aamdc.com in your mobile web browser, when the app appears on your screen, save the mobile website to the home screen of your cell phone or tablet for easy access throughout convention.

We encourage delegates to access the app on their devices prior to the start of convention on November 12. For any questions please do not hesitate to contact Isha Thompson, Communications Coordinator at isha@aamdc.com or 780.955.4075

 

Enquiries may be directed to:

Isha Thompson
Communications Coordinator
780.955.4075

Kim Heyman
Director of Advocacy & Communications
780.955.4079

 

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