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TCA IN 2012

It was with respect, anticipation and excitement that I assumed the office of President of TCA for 2012.  Respect is for all those who preceded me and their accomplishments.  It doesn’t take a very hard look into our history to see the results of many years of good stewardship at TCA.  Anticipation comes from knowing that our association must change, like most of our industry we need to adapt to today’s environment.

As the issues members face change, so must we as an association change.  TCA has done so in the past and I’m confident we will now.  Excitement comes with the opportunity of working with the talented and exceptional members who participate in guiding TCA and the strength of our staff.  I encourage all of our members to participate and share in the rewards of working with your peers.

To help identify the direction of our association the TCA Board of Directors is taking on the challenge of a strategic planning session.  It would be very helpful if all of our members would take a few minutes to voice their thoughts and concerns.  It is your association and your input is valued.  Please take a moment and contact a board member or staff.  Contact information is available through our website.

I hope your 2012 is off to a good start. I for one am full of hope and optimism; we can create a great future for our industry by working together.  TCA is the vehicle to get us there.

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TILT-UP TODAY, a publication of the Tilt-Up Concrete Association, is THE source for Tilt-Up industry news, market intelligence, business strategies, technical solutions, product information, and other resources for professionals in the Tilt-Up industry. A subscription to TILT-UP TODAY is included in a TCA membership. Subscriptions for potential TCA members are also available. If you would like to receive a complimentary subscription to the publication, please contact the TCA.