APCO Show Daily
Wednesday, August 9

Today we’re starting off with professional development tracks followed by the Food for Thought Luncheon with a keynote address from Mike Robbins in the Stars at Night Ballroom.

End your conference with a laugh! Tonight is the Connect & Celebrate Dinner that starts with live entertainment by Michael Andrew and the Swingerhead Band, followed by stand-up comedian Kermet Apio, an American stand-up comedian and winner of the Great American Comedy Festival. Born and raised in Hawaii, he has appeared on channels such as A&E and PBS and has performed at comedy festivals all over the world. Recognitions will be given during the dinner, including the Presidential Awards and the swearing-in of the APCO Executive Committee & Board of Directors. Tickets are available for purchase at registration.

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Updates & Reminders
  • You can access session handouts using the mobile app or on your desktop by logging in to the schedule builder using your registration email and registration ID. Go to the session information and you will see an icon for “Handouts.” 
  • Complete your evaluations while at conference through the mobile app! Look for the “Evaluation” button within the session information in the app. You can also access evaluations from your desktop by logging into the schedule builder and clicking on the tab “Evaluations.”
  • Check out photos from APCO 2021 on our Flickr album.
  • Check your inbox over the next few days for our conference survey – we want your feedback!
  • We look forward to seeing you next year at APCO 2022 in Anaheim, CA!
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Conference Coverage
APCO 2021’s Distinguished Achievers Breakfast recognized APCO members and contributors on Tuesday, and the audience in San Antonio heard the inspiring keynote address by a champion adventure racer about overcoming obstacles and taking charge of change in life and work.
Acting during APCO’s 2021’s Second General Business Session on Tuesday, association members passed a constitutional amendment, witnessed the elevation of the new APCO Executive Committee and heard briefings on the state of the association and on the federal outlook for public safety communications.
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