American Cancer Society Announces Sponsors for Corporate Impact Conference

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American Cancer Society Announces Sponsors for Corporate Impact Conference

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013 - 9:05am

The American Cancer Society is proud to announce the 2013 sponsors for the Corporate Impact Conference, to be held in Denver, Colorado on June 12-13, 2013.  

Presenting sponsors include: AGLA and US Bank.

Leadership sponsors include: Avis Budget Group, CoBiz Financial, Firstbank Holding Company, Wyndham worlwide, Banyan Communications, and Wellpoint.

Supporting sponsors include: Alaska Airlines, Children's Hospital Colorado, Florida Blue, Holland America Line, Meritor Inc., ODS Companies, PCL Construction, Quest Diagnostics, University of Colorado Health, and Wells Fargo.

This conference is an ideal opportunity to meet hundreds of your colleagues responsible for corporate social responsibility, cause marketing, corporate philanthropy, and corporate wellness programs and learn how to be more successful and empowered in the workplace!

Together, you’ll learn more about the impact of cancer and how you can create a happier, more productive and healthier place to work. And in honor of our 100th birthday, we're asking conference attendees to join us in embarking on our boldest undertaking yet – to finish the fight against cancer.

Download the agenda outline and the workshop session overview to get a glimpse into the program format, which combines the latest solutions, valuable tools, and effective strategies with an outstanding lineup of speakers.

Early-bird registration closes today! Sign up today to receive a discounted rate of only $250! 

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