CCBill Becomes Newest Corporate Sponsor of ASACP

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced that it has once again participated in The Phoenix Forum, held from March 29 to April 1, in Tempe, Ariz., and that Forum host CCBill has become its newest Corporate Sponsor.

Returning to the Tempe Mission Palms hotel, The Phoenix Forum is a three-day event that provides adult webmasters and service providers from around the world with a wide variety of networking, educational and promotional opportunities.

Supporting more than 32,000 websites since 1998, CCBill’s online processing services provide a full-featured, ready-to-use solution that gets websites selling quickly and easily.

Presented by X2K, the eighth annual Phoenix Forum Charity Golf Tournament benefited the ASACP Foundation along with the Free Speech Coalition, and took place at Tempe’s ASU Karsten Golf Course on Wednesday, March 28. This popular event provided Forum attendees with a fun networking opportunity that supports the industry’s top trade associations. ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning played in the tournament.

The Phoenix Forum’s promoters generously provided ASACP with complimentary show badges, flyers in the attendee’s gift bags, and prominent banner placement. The ASACP logo is also displayed on the Phoenix Forum website.

Additionally, ASACP had a table at Friday’s Meet and Greet and Saturday’s EU Forum, where literature detailing the association’s mission of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment was made available to Forum attendees.

“CCBill is pleased to extend its support to ASACP,” said CCBill Managing Vice President of Sales, Gary Jackson. “The association has a long track record of supporting industry best practices and self-regulatory responsibility that benefits both adult businesses and children, and their ongoing efforts complement our own extensive fraud, risk, and compliance processes nicely ”

For its part, ASACP welcomes CCBill’s renewed support and is grateful for the hospitality shown to it by The Phoenix Forum — one of the most perennially successful industry events.

“ASACP has long enjoyed the gracious hospitality of The Phoenix Forum and is grateful for its continued support,” Henning said. “The association is also very thankful for the generous financial support that it receives from the event’s Charity Golf Tournament.”

Entirely supported by donations from its sponsors, members and contributors, ASACP relies on the generosity of the broader digital media marketing community to continue its efforts to help companies protect their business by protecting children.

For more information, please contact tim@asacp.org.

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