ASIS Canada Night scheduled for ASIS International conference in Anaheim
By Canadian SecurityNews Industry News
ASIS International Canada officially announced that this year's Canada Night will take place on Sunday, September 27, 2015, at Café Tu Tu Tango Restaurant and Bar.
Canada Night is an annual social event hosted by the ASIS Canada Night committee and supporting sponsors. This event attracts close to 1,000 attendees each year, is open to all ASIS Canada and International ASIS members and guests attending the ASIS International security conference and trade show.
The event provides an informal atmosphere where fellow Canadians and ASIS members working in the security industry can meet, mingle and network. The event also provides the setting for ASIS International Canada to present awards and acknowledgements to Canadian members contributing to the growth and professionalism in the security industry. Although Canadian constituents host Canada Night 2015, all attendees of the ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits are welcome.
Canada Night 2015 is a free event and along with a vibrant atmosphere also offers a complimentary tapas (appetizer) buffet and cash bar. The not-for-profit event is made possible solely through the generous donations of sponsors. Recognition of Diamond and Platinum sponsors include Canon Canada, Commissionaires, iView Systems, Securitas Canada, and Stanley Security. For a full listing of all supporting sponsors, please visit www.asiscanada.ca.
Café Tu Tu Tango Restaurant and Bar is located within the Outlets at Orange, 20 City Boulevard West, Orange, CA, and registration will be at the door. Canada Night 2015 kicks off at 7:00 pm, awards, and acknowledgment presentation to follow at 7:30 pm, and party wrap-up at 1:00 am.
ASIS International Canada is the premier security society serving security professional from coast-to-coast. ASIS Canada includes 11 chapters located in most major cities across Canada and 2,200+ members.
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