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Our Affiliate Organizations - KCIFMA is very fortunate to have many friends.  Here is a list of invites we've received from other organizations. 


 

National

Grow in 2007 with training from the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).

IFMA offers courses geared specifically to facility managers at all career levels, from professionals new to the field (The Business of FM) to mid-level management (IFMA’s 2007 Management Summit) and beyond (IFMA’s Leadership Institute).

Increase your status in the profession by earning one of IFMA’s professional designations, the Facility Management Professional (FMP) or the Certified Facility Manager (CFM). Or, maintain these and other credentials with the CEUs and maintenance points offered at every event.


 

 

The Environmental Excellence Business Network
and the Mid-America Regional Council cordially invite you to

 

A Breath of Fresh Air:
Reducing Emissions and Increasing Profits

 

A Workshop on Air Quality

 

Monday, May 14, 2007
7:30 AM - Registration
and continental breakfast
8:00 - Noon - Program and Tour

Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate
14225 Dearborn
Overland Park, Kansas

REGISTER NOW

 

Cost is free for EEBN members; $20 for non-members pre-registered by noon on May 11.


Registrations also accepted at the door.* Day-of registration is $30.

 

*SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 100 REGISTRANTS.
Walk-ins will not be accepted if capacity has been reached.


All attendees will receive a free no-spill gas can
and be entered to win one of eight free tee times at the golf club.

 

Topics and Speakers Scheduled Include:

 

Kansas City’s air quality status, regulatory planning efforts, and voluntary initiatives
James Joerke, Air Quality Program Manager, Mid-America Regional Council

 

AirQ Workplace Initiative: Developing an Ozone Action Plan for your workplace
Joan Steurer, Air Quality Planner, Mid-America Regional Council
Therese McGill, Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal

 

Incentives for transit use, ridesharing and other strategies for reducing vehicle emissions
Cris Gault, Community Relations Coordinator, Johnson County Transit

Marge Gasnick, Rideshare Program Manager, Mid-America Regional Council

 

Workplace energy conservation
Sue Nathan, Manager of Marketing and Product Management, Kansas City Power & Light

 

Clean air lawn care and native landscaping
Grant Evans, Senior Park Manager for Shawnee Mission Park, Johnson County Park and Recreation District
Wendy Sangster, Community Conservationist, Missouri Department of Conservation
Jeff Eldridge, Superintendent, Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate

 

Pre-register now online or by calling 816-561-1061, ext. 128 or e-mailing leslie@bridgingthegap.org.

 

The Environmental Excellence Business Network
is a program of Bridging The Gap.


To become an EEBN member, register online
at
www.eebn.net or call 816-561-1061, ext. 128.

 

Please forward this e-mail to anyone you think
might be interested in attending this event.

 


 

 

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