Ottawa, Canada -- December 15, 2014 -- The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) has announced that registration to become a 2015 Maple Leaf Supporter is now available online.
Maple Leaf sponsorships provide annual opportunities for individuals to make contributions to CCIF, donations which help offset costs associated with the organization's long term planning, administration, communication and national activities.
In the past, sponsors have demonstrated a commitment to supporting initiatives that help grow and improve the success, profitability and overall image of Canada's collision repair industry. The program itself is intended to foster inclusiveness and highlights that change within the industry's landscape comes with participation, communication and collective action.
As a supporter, Maple Leaf Supporter sponsorships entitle individuals to free registration to all three 2015 CCIF national meetings to be held in Toronto, Halifax and Calgary, which are valued at $95 per event. Sponsors also will receive a gold name badge recognizing their contributions when attending any of the three meetings. Those planning to attend will still need to register to help organizers plan seating and catering arrangements.
The CCIF national meetings are scheduled for the following dates:
- CCIF Toronto: January 30, 2015 at the Toronto Airport Mariott, located at 901 Dixon Rd.
- CCIF Halifax: May 22, 2015 at the Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites, located at 1515 South Park St.
- CCIF Calgary: September 18, 2015 at the Hotel Arts, located at 119-12 Ave. SW.
Registration is now open for all three meetings.
Guest speakers for the Toronto meeting include George Cooke, President of Martello Associates Consulting, Ford's Larry Coan, and CCIF Chairman Larry Jefferies, who will provide a "State of the Industry" session, among other featured presenters.
CCIF is a national organization that provides collision industry stakeholders the opportunity to network, share information and collaborate to develop solutions to common issues and challenges facing the industry.
For more information on CCIF, or to register to become a Maple Leaf Supporter sponsor, please visit CCIF.ca.