LOS ANGELES — Tim Henning, the executive director of The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP), will be discussing the association's mission at this week's Phoenix Forum in Tempe Ariz., where he'll also play in the X2K charity golf event to benefit ASACP.
The annual Phoenix Forum combines educational tracks and guest speakers along with networking sessions, receptions and special events.
Henning will play in the golf tournament on Wednesday at Arizona State University's Karsten Golf Course, and then participate in the "Industry Ethics 301" seminar from 1 to 2:30 p.m on Friday
“Phoenix is one of those ‘must attend’ events on the webmaster show circuit,” Henning said. “The event brings together the top tiers of the adult digital media industry with stakeholders from other industry segments, providing a perfect audience for ASACP’s message of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment."
As a show of its support, the event’s promoters have provided ASACP with a complimentary Gold Sponsorship package, which includes logo rotation and links on the TPF website as well as an ad in the show guide and a mention at the TPF Welcome Reception. Tables are provided by the hosts for ASACP at the Meet & Greet and Networking Happy Hour, as is inclusion in the TPF Spotlight Room.
“As a leading e-commerce provider, it is imperative we work with organizations that help our clients ensure content is not only respectful, but compliant with regulations,” said Gary Jackson, managing vice president of sales and Internet markets for CCBill. “ASACP has always shown itself to be a world-class group, and we are proud to offer our support through our own membership, and this Phoenix Forum sponsorship package.”
Henning added, “CCBill has been extremely generous in its support of ASACP at this event. By providing the association with a platform, The Phoenix Forum allows us to extend our efforts by reaching the corporate decision makers that help ASACP protect their businesses, by keeping children away from age-inappropriate material.”
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