ASACP Attends Phoenix Forum, Holds Fundraising Sale
LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced its upcoming participation at The Phoenix Forum (TPF), being held from March 31 through April 3, in Tempe, Arizona.
According to its promoter, The Phoenix Forum is the premier educational and networking event for the adult business community. Offering attendees a relaxed face-to-face networking environment, TPF provides opportunities to meet, learn, and share ideas with their peers.
TPF host CCBill is generously providing ASACP with a Platinum Sponsorship package that includes prominent courtyard and seminar hall foyer signage, plus a full-page ad in the show’s program guide, a listing in its sponsor directory, and ad on ThePhoenixForum.com.
Also included is special recognition at the TPF Welcome Reception on Thursday, March 31, and a table at the Meet & Greet Networking Happy Hour on Friday, April 1. Additionally the show’s promoters have provided ASACP with a room at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and complimentary admission to the event.
An ASACP Title Sponsor, CCBill serves on the ASACP Advisory Council via Gary Jackson, a well known personality in the adult digital media market, bringing compassion, experience and wisdom to the association, while serving as a great example of the way companies can help ASACP carry out its mission.
ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning will once again attend the event and will participate in the 12th Annual Phoenix Forum Charity Golf Tournament to benefit ASACP, courtesy of X2K and WebmasterGolfTour.com. The annual tournament is set for Wednesday, March 30, at the beautiful Ocotillo Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona. Registration for this exclusive event i s now open, with spots available for Phoenix Forum attendees.
“ASACP is grateful for the support extended to it by TPF, CCBill and special fundraisers such as X2K’s annual golf tournament,” Henning says. “ASACP relies on the generosity of its sponsors, members and contributors, without whom we would not enjoy the record of success we have had on behalf of the industry — and on behalf of at-risk children.”
For an additional fundraising boost, on Friday, April 1, ASACP is offering a range of donated items for sale to the highest bidder at the association’s Meet & Greet table. The items include:
- A $10,000 ICM Premium Domain Voucher for any.xxx, .sex, .porn, or .adult TLD
- A $5,000 LALEXPO Platinum Sponsorship package
- 2 Latin American Summit Meet Market table and badges (worth $1,700 each)
- 2 Instant Promo Packages and badges for TES in Prague (worth 800€ each)
- An AW Summit Gold Sponsorship Package (valued at 5,000€)
- An Adult Webcam Conference package, with one table, two badges, and two tickets to the 2017 Adult Webcam Awards (valued at $1,200)
- A Eurowebtainment Ticket (worth 399€)
- 3 Full Page Ads in PayoutMagazine (worth $950 each)
- A $250 JuicyAds Traffic Voucher
- A $145 reserved batch bottle of Pyramid tequila, sold only in Mexico, courtesy of PrettyKitty.com
- $350 in design work from ZuzanaDesigns.com
“As one of the top stops on the digital media show circuit, ASACP values any exposure it receives at this exclusive annual gathering of adult industry professionals,” Henning says. “TPF offers a prime venue for the association to convey its message of proactive industry self-regulation and the need to protect children from age-restricted materials online.”
As part of this outreach, on Friday, April 1, from 10-11 a.m., Henning will moderate a panel on Regulatory Changes in the Palm E room of the Tempe Mission Palms, with a distinguished panel of legal experts, industry watchdogs and compliance authorities exploring the newest challenges and opportunities facing today’s digital media industry.
“ASACP is extremely grateful to CCBill for the support it has shown the association at TPF,” Henning adds. “In this time of decreasing budgets and increasing costs, this level of corporate stewardship is necessary for the association to carry on its mission of keeping children out of and away from age-restricted materials.”
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