June 2, 2020

MoldmakerThe organizers are saying that we're officially less than TWO weeks away from the opening of Amerimold Connects! In previous weeks, we've updated you on all of the exciting features you can expect from the show:

·         Using your virtual MyPlanner to build a perfect show that suits your needs
·         How to interact with the community and build your moldmaking network
·         The most focused and interesting educational sessions anywhere in the industry.

All of this, just in case you forgot, is completely FREE with registration.

But we know one of the fun aspects of the show you're really looking forward to...

It's time we updated you on the Top 10 Reasons To Be A Moldmaker!
 
You can get a Top 10 Reasons shirt this year by getting FIVE of your friends to attend Amerimold Connects. It's easy:

·         If you haven't registered yet, you can use the 'Invite A Colleague' tool when you do to invite all your friends and co-workers to attend.
·         If you've already registered, you can go here to log-in and use the tool to invite your network. 

Anyone who gets FIVE friends to attend will have a shirt coming their way after the show!
 
Without further ado, here are the first THREE entries on this year's list...

We can't give away the whole list that easily. Plus, we have something special in store to reveal the rest of the list, but you can only see it if you attend Amerimold Connects! 

Also, don't miss out on our annual presentation of the MoldMaking Technology's Leadtime Leader Award to our 2020 winning shop, which takes place on Wednesday, June 10th at 3:00 pm EST. You won't want to miss what we have in store! 

We're adding more to the Amerimold Connects roster of partners and agenda every single day. Stay tuned to our social media accounts and our website to keep yourself updated. And make sure to register for Amerimold Connects today! 

In this uncertain time, Amerimold Connects can be your certain connection to the mold making industry. 

Click here to register today for Amerimold Connects 2020 for FREE!
 

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BOATING SAFELY AROUND KILLER WHALES

OrcaPhoto credit: Photo by Georgia Strait Alliance

During these difficult COVID-19 times, it isn’t just humans who need to practice physical distancing; Southern Resident killer whales need space too. Everyone boating on B.C.’s coastal waters has an important role to play to keep these endangered mammals safe.  Here are six easy things you can do to help protect them, and yourself while boating:
 
• Stay 400 metres – about two average container ships – away from killer whales in all southern B.C. coastal waters between Campbell River and just north of Ucluelet. 

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1ST MATE IS READY TO ASSIST FOR BOATER OVERBOARD SCENARIOS

1st MateConnected system also provides theftdeterrence functionality. Mercury Marine has announced full compatibility of all Mercury SmartCraftcapable engines with the new 1st Mate Safety and Security System.

This technology comprises an intelligent hub, a set of wearable products and a mobiledevice app that integrate with a boat's propulsion systems to provide potentially lifesaving safety features and to help secure property. Its three main features are: 1) a boateroverboard monitoring and alert system, 2) distressmessaging capability, and 3) deterrence against theft of the boat and/or its engine(s).

 

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