Reshape the Landscape
2019 SMPS Southeastern Regional Conference
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Do you need to update your headshot? Forrest Briggs, our SERC photographer, will be offering individual headshots during the conference. You will have a 10-minute time slot and the option of 1 or 2 headshots…Read more
While you’re learning, networking, and meeting new people, do some good at this year’s SMPS Southeastern Regional Conference! Thanks to all of our SMPS Southeastern Regional Conference (SERC) 2018 friends and colleagues who coordinated the…Read more
SMPS Southeastern Regional Conference Announces 2019 Conference! Save the date for March 18-20, 2019 as the SMPS Charlotte Chapter prepares to host a destination conference in the classically historic and vibrant city of Asheville, North…Read more
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Save the date for March 18-20 as the SMPS Charlotte Chapter this year prepares to host a destination conference in the classically historic and vibrant city of Asheville, North Carolina, with its awe-inspiring backdrop of the Blue Ridge Parkway, a project that began in 1935 and spanned more than 50 years under construction. “Foodtopia” is what the locals call their community of culinary collaborators crafting an experience to nurture your soul. Restaurants run the gamut from four-star cuisine to down-home cooking and Asheville also boasts more breweries per capita than any other U.S. city. The vast 19th-century Biltmore Estate displays artwork by masters like Renoir, while the downtown Arts District is filled with more contemporary galleries and museums for all to enjoy. The history of Asheville, as a town, began in 1784. It is a remarkably intact and lovingly restored city marked by a sprawling community of creativity and innovation. Please join SMPS SERC this year as we plan to unlock the secrets to Asheville’s storied past, enjoy the dynamic community of today, and discover how the A/E/C industry continues to reshape the landscape in 2019.