ASFPM would like to thank each and every one of you who participated in this year's Conference. You're the reason we do this and we couldn't do it without you. We'd like to send a special thank you to the Rhode Island Flood Mitigation Association, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and all of the volunteers who helped plan, organize, and conduct the conference. Last, but certainly not least, thank you to all of the Conference Sponsors for their continuing support and ensuring the ASFPM National Conference remains the world's Premier Flood Conference.
As far as registration numbers are concerned, we did fairly well in light of the Federal Sequester. We had 910 registrants plus their guests bringing our total participation number to 987. Here's how the numbers broke down:
- General Registrations: 731
- Exhibit Booth Registrations: 79
- Exhibit Booth Representative Registrations: 35
- One-Day Registrations: 61
- Workshop-Only Registrations: 4
- Registered Guests: 77
We had representatives from all 50 states, DC, and Puerto Rico, as well as 11 international representatives from 5 foreign nations. Virginia made a come back this year taking first place with 91 participants. Our hosts from Connecticut made a strong second place contender with a whopping 86 participants.
View these photos from throughout the conference week
We need your input! Please take a moment to complete the Conference Evaluation. This is your best opportunity to provide input to the Conference Team so we can continue to provide the optimal learning and networking environment. The Evaluation is available online and will remain online for at least two months to ensure every participant has an opportunity to provide input. We do urge you to act quickly as planning for 2014-Seattle is well under way.
By presenting at the 2013 ASFPM Annual National Conference, presenters authorized ASFPM to display, show, and redistribute, without alteration, the presentation materials provided for use at the conference.
Final On-Site Program - "Pocket Guide"