Commemorative Anniversary Polos & Tees
You can purchase a retro t-shirt to commemorate ARM’s beginnings in 1976 or a polo to celebrate our 40th Anniversary in 2016. You can view all of the designs and order shirts here. Please return to email@example.com by August 25. All shirts will be available for pick up at the Annual Meeting.
New Orleans Social Program for Spouses and Luminaries
The ARM Annual Meeting is quickly approaching. We’ve heard from many members that this is the first meeting that their spouse is planning to attend in years. This is great news because we have an exciting schedule for our spouses and luminary attendees.
Spouses and luminaries (retired or no longer in the industry) are encouraged to attend all tours (additional costs apply), the table top exhibits and reception, the gala including awards presentation, trivia night and new this year, an after-party!
Space is limited for tours so be sure to register as soon as possible. If you have already registered and want to add your spouse or add tours, contact ARM Staff.
Historic Walking Tour of the French Quarter ($35/person)
Sunday, September 25 8:00am-11:00am
All attendees are invited to register for this private walking tour of the Historic French Quarter complete with stops at famous New Orleans attractions and facts about the city and its unique culture. Founded in 1718, New Orleans has been home to many colorful inhabitants and happenings. In its early beginnings as a French Colony, the city was first settled with Paris’ most notorious prison outcasts before the addition of European aristocrats. We will also venture into the most famous cemetery in New Orleans, St. Louis No. 1. This hallowed ground boasts the final resting place of famed Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and the still-living Nicolas Cage. This tour does not conflict with any other scheduled ARM events.
New Orleans School of Cooking: Hands-On Cooking Class ($150/person)
Monday, September 26 11:00am-2:00pm
In this class, attendees actually cut, season and sauté a complete dinner with one of our expert chefs, and afterwards sit down and enjoy the meal they have just created. Learn about the history of Creole cuisine as you sip on Abita Beer or house wine. Attendees will receive recipe cards and a New Orleans School of Cooking apron. Note: This class conflicts with ARM events and is designed for retirees and spouses.
Historical Tour of Causeway Bridge and Abita Brewery Tour/Tasting ($40/person)
Tuesday, September 27 12:45pm-4:30pm
All ARM attendees are welcome to join us on at the convention closing tour of the Causeway Bridge over Lake Pontchartrain as we travel to the Abita Brewery to sample local libations. The Causeway is composed of two parallel bridges crossing Lake Pontchartrain. The longer of the two bridges is 23.83 miles long, the longest continuous bridge over water in the world.
Once we arrive at the brewery, learn about the brewing process, beer, and history on a guided tour of the recently expanded brewery. Our private tour will provide an intimate and informative experience! Tours last about 30 minutes and include four 4-ounce tastings of Abita beers. Close-toed shoes are required.
Spouses and members alike won’t want to miss this Mardi Gras party complete with a trivia competition, photobooth, live band, auction, and sweet treats you won’t soon forget! Wear your best party dress and get ready to have fun while networking with the best of the best in the rotomolding industry.
To celebrate this special anniversary, we invite luminaries to attend the meeting. Please encourage any retired members or those no longer in rotomolding or related industries to register for the meeting at a discounted rate using this form.
You won’t want to miss this historic meeting, celebrating the past and embracing the future of Rotomolding.
To register online (including registering your spouses), please click here or register by faxing/mailing a PDF to ARM Staff.
The ARM Room rate is $179/night and is available only by calling 504-581-1000 or by making reservations online here. Please reference ARM or the Association of Rotation.
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