"Meet the Mayors" Taping
We are pleased to announce that the United States Conference of Mayors and USFilter Operating Services (the company is soon changing its name to Veolia Water North America) will provide you the opportunity to tape a message for our web site during the 72nd Winter Meeting in Washington, DC January 21-23, 2004.
One of the most popular pages of the Conference's award-winning web site, usmayors.org, is our "Meet the Mayors" program, sponsored by Veolia Water North America. On the site, you are given the opportunity to tape a video message about you and your city that is available to the thousands of users of usmayors.org.
This year's theme is timely: "During the upcoming presidential campaign what issue would your city most like to see addressed and why?" You and your city are hearing what both the Democrat and Republican presidential candidates are talking about, but are the candidates' issues your city's issues? If not, what should the issues be and why? If the candidates are on point, what more can be said to address the issues facing your city? Please come prepared to videotape a one-minute segment with this important question in mind.
There will be two taping sessions during the 72nd Winter Meeting: Wednesday, January 21 and Thursday, January 22, both from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Capital Hilton Hotel. Please don't miss this opportunity to give your city important exposure to the users of the usmayors.org.
You may arrange for your taping, which will only take 5-10 minutes, by going to the usmayors.org booth located in the main lobby of the hotel. A representative of the Conference and Veolia Water North America will then escort you to the taping room or schedule an appropriate time for your taping.
If you have any questions, please call James Welfley at 202-861-6796 or go online to http://usmayors.org/72ndWinterMeeting.
On behalf of the "Meet the Mayors" program and its sponsor Veolia Water North America, we are pleased to provide you this opportunity to promote your city during the 72nd Winter Meeting in Washington, DC and throughout the coming year.
We look forward to seeing you!
J. Thomas Cochran