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November General Membership Meeting – Get ready for the CRCBFA November General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, November 18th to hear from District Field Operator Brian Humphrey, Director of San Francisco and Portland Field Offices with U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Register today!
CRCBFA 2015 Oregon Food Bank Drive! – Tis the Season For Giving at the CRCBFA’s Annual Oregon Food Bank Drive. Bring your food or monetary donations to the December 16th General Membership Meeting. At the end of the meeting, we will announce how much the CRCBFA will be donating to the Oregon Food Bank this 2015 season! Would you like an Oregon Food Bank barrel at your office to collect your company’s food items? Contact Kiffani Iverson [email@example.com] for more information. All Oregon Food Bank barrel goods will be counted toward the overall CRCBFA donation! [10 Pounds of food provides 8 meals. $10.00 provides 30 meals. Tis the season for giving – donate all you can! Download flyer HERE to post in your office or distribute to your employees.
Did You Attend WESCCON? – All of the WESCCON 2015 presentations are now online! Access the presentations HERE on the Pacific Coast Council website to get a refresher on this year’s topics.
International Traffic in Arms Control Regulations Summit - This ITAR seminar is a must for exporters. The two-day program will cover the information businesses need to know to comply with ITAR regulations. The first day provides an intermediate overview of ITAR and related compliance considerations and practices. Day two dives deeper into the application and interpretation of the regulations and compliance responsibilities. The Summit will be held December 9, 2015, 1:00-5:00pm and 10, 2015, 7:30am-5:00pm. RSVP at http://bit.ly/ITARpdxSummit Early Bird Registration closes November 30th.
December General Membership Meeting – Mark your calendars for the December General Membership Meeting! On Wednesday, December 16th, Terry Cummings of Roanoke Trade will be presenting on worst-case cargo scenarios, a topic not to be missed that will surely be accompanied by many laughs. And don’t forget the December raffle! More information to come.