It’s the end of another VERY busy week here at AAPN.
This week saw us head to Dallas for our Seventh Annual Regional Conference, as hosted by Haggar Clothing Company. The event was a huge success, and Mike will be compiling a full report for those of you who missed it next week.
Speaking of Haggar, it was a big week for them too, as their iconic orange jackets were donned by a new group of inductees at the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame ceremonies. And AAPN member Inspectorio also enjoyed a stellar week as they achieved a first in their industry when they were awarded very difficult to obtain ASO 2701 certification.
Elsewhere this week we took a look at the great work AAPN member Avery Dennison is doing in the all-important ocean cleanup efforts in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch located between Hawaii and California and Mike penned two thought-provoking editorials on the potential impact of El Salvador recognizing China and the meeting he recently spoke at in the country.
Finally, we’d like to extend our thoughts and best wishes to all of our AAPN members who are based in the path of the fearsome Hurricane Florence. The storm is advancing as we write and extensive damage may be inevitable. Be safe folks and know that the AAPN, and all of its members, have your backs.