Emeres, Inc.
APCO Show Daily
Tuesday, August 8

Today begins with the Distinguished Achievers Breakfast featuring Dominique Dawes, three-time Olympian and Hall of Fame gymnast. Dominique will be in the APCO Pavilion immediately following the Breakfast for a photo opp with attendees.

Join us for a live performance from award-winning country artist Terri Clark at the APCO Block Party! Mix and mingle with colleagues and friends starting at 7 p.m. with food and fun. The concert starts at 8 p.m. Please plan to dress comfortably as this event takes place outdoors. In addition, the Block Party venue has a clear bag policy, only small clutches, wristlets or fanny packs no bigger than 4.5” x 6.5” or clear plastic bags no bigger than 12″ x 12″ x 6” will be allowed inside.

Tyler Technologies
Icom America, Inc.
Updates & Reminders
  • Voting for the 2023-2024 Executive Committee closes today at 2 p.m. Election results will be announced at the Second General Business Session taking place at 4:15 p.m. in the Davidson Ballroom in Music City Center.
  • Don’t forget to participate in the Expo Quest by dropping your card off at the APCO Pavilion. The drawing will take place at 2 p.m.
  • Professional development sessions continue. See the full schedule online or in the app.
  • Check out a live demo of APCO's IntelliComm throughout the day in the APCO Pavilion (Booth #837).
  • Join us for the 2nd VP Reception immediately following the General Business Session.
  • Congratulations to yesterday's Expo Quest winners: M. Jefferson of the Memphis Police Department, D. Morehouse of the Oxnard Police Department and K. Anderson of the Division of Capitol Police.
Conference Coverage
The Opening General Session of APCO 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee’s, Music City Center hosted hundreds of attendees who heard about the association’s progress and its work to elevate 9-1-1 professionals along with a lesson on teamwork and perseverance from the Navy Seal who shot Osama Bin Laden.
APCO CEO Derek Poarch began by affirming the vital work APCO members perform for society.
“You matter. You make a difference,” Poarch said. “The job that you have chosen is hard, the situations you manage are intense, and the world itself feels a little tougher to navigate every day. No matter what else is happening in your own lives, you go to work, you put on a headset – and you make this great country safer.”
NGA 911 Inc.
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