ASACP Heading to The Phoenix Forum

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced that it will be attending The Phoenix Forum (TPF), which is being held from March 27-29, in Phoenix, Ariz.

According to its promoter, The Phoenix Forum is an educational and networking event for the adult business community that provides attendees with the opportunities to meet, learn and share ideas with their online business peers.

TPF host CCBill is providing ASACP with a Platinum TPF 2014 sponsorship package that includes courtyard and seminar hall foyer signage, plus a banner on the TPF website’s homepage. Additionally, ASACP will receive a half-page ad in the show’s program guide, an insert in the show’s welcome bag and listing in the sponsor directory, plus access to the attendee email list and more.

ASACP will also be recognized at the TPF Welcome Reception on March 27, and will have a table at the Meet & Greet Networking Happy Hour on Friday, March 28. CCBill is also providing ASACP with accommodation at the show venue, the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel — along with complimentary sponsor badge and a presentation spot in the TPF Spotlight Room.

In addition to its assistance to the association at TPF, CCBill has also increased its direct support of ASACP by upgrading its sponsorship level from Corporate to Title Sponsor.

ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning will be in attendance to discuss ASACP and the benefits of getting involved by supporting the only industry organization that protects your business while protecting children online.

The 10th annual Phoenix Forum Charity Golf Tournament, to benefit ASACP, will also be taking place at ASU Karsten Golf Club on Wednesday March 26.

“TPF provides ASACP with an opportunity to reach an exclusive gathering of adult industry professionals, to convey its message of proactive industry self-regulation,” Henning said. “ASACP helps companies protect themselves by protecting children — keeping them out of and away from age-restricted materials, which it helps through its Code of Ethics and market segment specific Best Practices. It is a message that I will bring to Phoenix Forum attendees.”

For more information, or to schedule a meeting, contact Henning at tim@asacp.org.