PCCA 2023 Convention Brochure

Industry Education • Premium Networking • Great Times! 78th ANNUAL CONVENTION Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc, Miami Beach, Florida March 3-8, 2023

A new venture on Miami Beach merges two unique hotel experiences into one: the historic Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort, a staple of the Miami Beach waterfront, with the modern elegance of the sleek and timeless Nobu Hotel. These amazing hotels are hosting the 2023 PCCA Convention in the heart of Mid-Beach, where a vibrant city transitions to a beachside oasis. The resort is conveniently located on Miami Beach, minutes away from Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive, Wynwood Art District, Bal Harbour Shops and with easy access from Miami and Fort Lauderdale International Airports. Eden Roc Miami Beach Eden Roc Miami Beach is one of the most iconic and architecturally significant hotels in Miami, lending nostalgic glamour to a modern beachfront resort experience. PCCA guests will delight in the hotel’s timeless style and upbeat ambience as well as its spacious guestrooms, fantastic pools & beach, all-world cuisine, and onsite spa & fitness center. The bright, spacious guest rooms boast oversized balconies and dazzling ocean views. They create a fresh, calm, beachy atmosphere with amenities, artwork, and décor that evoke the essence of Miami and true Florida glamour. The Eden Roc features three sparkling beachfront pools and an exclusive strip of beach. With direct ocean views, the stylish Palladium Pool features an infinity edge and relaxing hot tubs nearby. The large Main Pool provides space for families to make a splash, while the Ocean Garden Pool is an exclusive enclave surrounded by shady palms and tropical flowers and is home to Aquatica Bar. The culinary scene at Eden Roc is dynamic and delicious. You will find fellow PCCA members at the famous Lapidus-designed Lobby Bar and enjoy fresh fare overlooking the ocean at Ocean Social, classic Miami bites and refreshing cocktails poolside at Aquatica, and worldrenowned Nobu cuisine. A tranquil playground for personalized renewal, true relaxation, and elevated treatments, the Esencia Wellness Spa has 18 treatment rooms, including rooms for couples. Services include deep-tissue massages, hot stone massages, Swedish massages, facials, and more. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy and hydrotherapy. The spa is equipped with a sauna, a spa tub, and a steam room. The Esencia Fitness Center, featuring the state-of-theart Technogym equipment, is open 24 hours a day. Daily group fitness classes are available. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach Ranked #1 Best Hotel in Miami 2022 by Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach delivers the unique chemistry and perfect balance of luxury and lifestyle. The setting merges the iconic Miami Modern architecture with an intuitive interpretation of Chef Nobu’s signature style. The Rockwell Group drew upon Japanese architecture and the hotel’s oceanfront location to evoke a contemporary Japanese beach house in a setting complete with Nobu private pool. In cosmopolitan Miami Beach, the 5-star Nobu Hotel boasts an ideal location amid unparalleled shopping, dining, nightlife, and tropical scenery. Located on world-famous Collins Avenue, the luxury hotel is poised in the glamour capital of the world, with an exclusive selection of attractions in surrounding Miami just a short drive away. Make yourself at home in one of the 206 magnificent rooms featuring spacious balconies with Ocean and Intracoastal views, Nobu signature beds, fine linens minibars, espresso makers, and complimentary internet access. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach offers multi-sensory culinary experiences featuring some of the best food, drinks, and views of Miami Beach. From world-famous Japanese cuisine to elevated dining with dazzling ocean views to a casual café, you will find something to satisfy your taste at any time of the day. Immerse yourself in the culinary delights that Nobu Hotel Miami Beach has to offer. Three sparkling beachfront pools plus the exclusive Nobu adults-only pool and the expansive 22,000-squarefoot Esencia Wellness Spa await you, including beauty salon and fitness center services. Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort/Nobu Hotel

Home to the 2023 PCCA Convention, Miami Beach is a world-renowned vacation destination. The sparkling seashore stretches across Miami Beach for miles, lined with beautiful art deco and mid-century modern hotels. Miami Beach has a rich history as a trend-setting cultural center, from the world-famous nightclubs of the 1950s to today’s modern South Beach. Visit the famed Art Deco Historic District, explore Miami Beach museums, visit cool shopping districts, enjoy family-friendly activities, and experience the extravagant nightlife that can only be found in Miami Beach. The PCCA headquarters hotels, Eden Roc & Nobu, are in Mid Beach, where South Beach cool meets North Beach calm in a central spot that offers the best of both its beachfront neighbors. The locals will tell you that Mid Beach is a captivating combination of everything there is to love about Greater Miami. This diverse neighborhood between 24th and 60th streets has swanky hotels, stylish restaurants and bars, its own arts district, and that famous swath of sand that beckons beach lovers worldwide. A highlight of Mid Beach is the Faena District, a corridor of arts and culture that stretches from 32nd to 36th streets and is anchored by the namesake Faena Hotel Miami Beach. Decorated in glamorous cinematic style, the resort boasts an over-the-top gilded skeleton of a wooly mammoth encased in a climate-controlled glass box that sits steps from the beach. The district features stunning residences and some of Miami’s premier dining, shopping, and entertainment. Miami’s year-round gorgeous weather means it’s always a good time to be outside, and Mid Beach offers plenty of options. Beyond the beach and its scenic Beach Walk, you can get in the swing of things at Miami Beach Golf Club, stroll along the Indian Creek boardwalk as you ogle multimillion-dollar yachts, or charter a boat to see the palatial homes that line North Bay Road, also known as Millionaire’s Row. A handcrafted cocktail at The Broken Shaker (consistently named one of the world’s best bars) concludes a classic Mid Beach day. Outdoor Adventure. Whether on land or in the water, you’ll find that nature surrounds you in Greater Miami. Go kayaking, canoeing, or stand-up paddle boarding at Oleta River State Park, Deering Estate, or Crandon Park. Visit the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center to see its dunes, mangroves, and seagrass beds— and have a chance to spot some of the 200 species of birds that live there or migrate through. Stroll past rare palms, tropical fruit, and flowering trees at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Hop on a boat and sail through one of Miami’s natural treasures—Biscayne National Park, which is 95% underwater and includes the Florida Reef, the only living coral barrier reef in the United States and one of the largest in the world. Experience true wilderness with a variety of hikes, scenic drives, and guided tours available in Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. Miami Culture. To immerse yourself in the cultural side of Miami, explore its art galleries, wander past its mind-blowing street art, spend an afternoon at The Bass or the Pérez Art Museum Miami, or get a glimpse of local Art Deco architecture in South Beach’s Art Deco District. Check out attractions such as Zoo Miami, the Venetian Pool, Miami Seaquarium, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, and many more. Enjoy a taste of Greater Miami’s diverse culinary scene at tantalizing restaurants, or spend an afternoon sipping wine and beer made from local fruits at Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery. Cultural Connections. Miami is also rich in Latin and Caribbean heritage. Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba, from the delicious fare at Versailles Restaurant to live music and salsa dancing at spots along Calle Ocho (Southwest 8th Street). In Little Haiti, you can learn about Haitian culture among a hip, artsy crowd at the Little Haiti Cultural Center and Caribbean Marketplace before heading out to a neighborhood gallery crawl. Miami Beach: The Fun Comes inWaves Additional Details Transportation GroundTransportation: Taxis, rental cars, and ride services are readily available at the airports and fromthe lobby of the hotel. Airports: Miami International Airport (MIA) is just 11 miles from the hotel and Fort Lauderdale International Airport is a 40-minute drive from the hotel . Weather Miami Beach averages just 4 days of rain each March. The average high in March is 77, and the average low is 67. What toWear PCCA meetings are largely resort casual, meaning that shorts, golf shirts, sandals, and sneakers are acceptable, but you wouldn’t look out of place in slacks and a dress shirt. For the Annual Prayer Breakfast, people get a little dressier; some men wear sport coats. Pre- and Post-Convention Rates The resort will honor the discounted PCCA room rate for three days before and three days after the convention, based on availability.

Preliminary Schedule Friday, March 3 Registration Open 8 am - 6 pm PCCA Leadership Development Programwith Andy Patron: Contracts, Risk, Change Orders, Conflict and Negotiations 8 am - 4 pm They call it contracting for a reason. A good contract is how this business manages the risks associated with doing this kind of work. During the session, the participants will become more familiar with some contract basics. The class will also present an overview of some common contract terms and contract language. Conflict management and negotiation skills are also an important part of resolving issues in the industry. We will review the five conflict modes and learn some basic negotiation techniques to help you be more successful when a disagreement occurs. Finally, we will look at the financial impact that change orders have on cash flow and how to become more effective in managing changes when they occur. As always, there will be some experiential learning to add some fun and to make the concepts more memorable. $500 per person includes all educational materials, professional instructor, and breakfast and lunch on Friday. Board of Directors Meeting 3:30 - 5:45 pm Open to PCCA Board of Directors only. Board/Past Chairman/Sponsor Reception 6:30 - 8:30 pm Open to PCCA Board members, Past Presidents, and 2023 Convention Sponsors and their spouse/guest by invitation. NOTE: Dinner will not be served. This reception will be cockatils and snacks only Saturday, March 4 Past Chairmen’s Breakfast/PCCA Foundation Meeting 8 - 9:30 am Jerrod Henschel hosts the PCCA Past Chairmen and PCCA Education and Research Foundation Board of Directors for breakfast, discussion of the power and telecommunications industry, and the selection of the 2023 scholarship recipients. PCCA/CGA/NULCA Excavation Safety Summit 9:45 - 11:15 am Open to all attendees, this session explores excavation safety topics including the advancement of the CGA Next Practices initiative, CGA DIRT Report results, innovations in damage prevention, and an introduction to the new Damage Prevention Institute. Moderated by PCCA Chairman, CGA Next Practices Advisory Group member, and the Damage Prevention Institute Advisory Committee member Jerrod Henschel, session panelists include CGA President & CEO Sarah Magruder Lyle, CGA Chairman and NULCA President Josh Hinrichs, PCCA Past Chairman and CGA Secretary John Fluharty, PCCA Past Chairman and CGA Board member Steve Sellenriek, and NULCA Executive Director Ron Peterson. Catamaran Tour w/ Lunch 11:45 am - 5 pm The PCCA crew will head to the Miamarina, board the Caribbean Spirit, the largest day sailing catamaran in North America, and then cruise through downtown Miami and continue under the Rickenbacker Causeway connecting Key Biscayne to Miami. Next, it’s sails up in the calm waters of Biscayne Bay, which has attracted explorers, adventurers, and tourists for centuries. Our course is set for a picturesque anchorage where the water is turquoise and the sand bars are abundant. A variety of water toys will be available. A buffet lunch, soft drinks, and beer & wine will be served. $270 includes transportation, guides, lunch, soft drinks, water, beer and wine, water toys, taxes and gratuities. First-Time Attendee Reception 5:30 - 6:15 pm PCCA invites first-time attendees to join association leaders for a cocktail reception before the Opening Session. Use this opportunity to introduce yourself to the PCCA leadership, ask questions about PCCA, and make new friends. Open to first-time attendees, PCCA Board members, and Membership Committee members and their spouses/guests by invitation. Opening General Session w/ Gregory Offner 6:30 - 7:30 pm Gregory Offner is a globally recognized expert on performance, the Founder and CEO of Global Performance Institute, and an award-winning keynote speaker. His Performance Agreement methodology helps organizations develop the skills necessary to thrive under pressure and create cultures of high-performing, highly fulfilled people. Offner also holds advanced professional designations in the fields of Risk Management, Organizational Development, Lean/SixSigma, and Positive Psychology. He is an accomplished entertainer, having performed professionally on five continents and numerous countries as a solo artist and dueling piano performer. After he nearly lost his voice permanently, this dueling pianist turned keynote speaker has emerged as one of the most compelling advocates for engagement and purposeful performance on the planet. He has been fortunate to work with some of the most influential brands in the world, helping them create their own Tip Jar Culture. His work interviewing 1,000 senior leaders and experiencing the training programs of more than 40 organizations firsthand has made him a leading voice in helping organizations build better people and produce exceptional impact.

Chairman’s Welcome Reception & Dinner 7:30 - 9:30 pm PCCA Chairman Jerrod Henschel and his wife, Toni, host a reception and dinner under the stars in the ERC Garden. Catch up with old friends and welcome new ones while enjoying a fantastic Noche Havana buffet and delicious beverages. Sunday, March 5 51st Annual Prayer Breakfast 8 - 9:30 am The Prayer Breakfast is a longtime PCCA tradition that unites members and their families in scripture, music, and fellowship. Utility Construction Industry Overview 9:45 - 11:15 am FMI President & CEO Chris Daum reports on activity in PCCA members’ primary markets and discusses what he sees coming down the pipeline in the utility construction sector. At FMI, Chris oversees the management of all FMI businesses and services and leads the firm’s strategic growth efforts. Previously, he served as president and senior managing director of FMI Capital Advisors, the firm’s investment banking subsidiary, where he also led the firm’s utility infrastructure practice. He works with owners, boards, and management teams on strategic issues involving industry trends, management, ownership transfer, and mergers and acquisitions. Miami Beach Pool Day 1 - 4 pm Join fellow members at the Eden Roc Main Pool for this annual informal gathering of PCCA members. Full beverage and food service will be available to purchase at the Aquatica Pool Bar and from servers at the pool. Silent Auction & Reception 6 - 7 pm Not as raucous as the Live Auction to follow, the Silent Auction and Reception are filled with cocktails, snacks, good times with friends, and some low-key bidding for about 50 minutes. Then, as the deadline nears, things get a little crazy and it’s everyone for themselves! Auction & Dinner 7 - 10 pm The PCCA Auction is the liveliest night on the PCCA calendar. PCCA revelers bid on a variety of fabulous trips, ballgames, tools, equipment, jewelry, and much, much more. All proceeds go directly to building programs and services for PCCA members, including the PCCA Education & Research Foundation scholarship fund, so everyone is encouraged to bid early, bid often, and have a great time. Monday, March 6 Annual Contractor/Associate Exhibit & Breakfast 8 - 10:30 am PCCA’s manufacturer and supplier members host the Annual Contractor/Associates Exhibit & Breakfast. Contractor members peruse the displays, meet with vendors, discuss jobsite issues, and learn about the industry’s latest products and services in a very relaxed atmosphere. Exhibit Teardown 10:30 am - 8 pm General Session - Immigration Reformwith Rep. Maria Salazar 10:45 am - 12 pm In February 2022, Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (R-Fla.) introduced the longawaited Dignity Act, a complete immigration reform bill consisting of three core principles: stopping illegal immigration, providing a dignified solution for immigrants living in America, and strengthening the American workforce and economy. The PCCA Government & Industry Affairs Committee believes this bill could help ease our industry’s dire worker shortage. PCCA has invited Rep. Salazar to our convention to discuss immigration reform with our members and to explain how the Dignity Act provides a “complete” solution to a problem that professional politicians have long ignored. PCCA Golf Tournament 12:15 - 6:30 pm Originally opened in 1923 as the Bayshore Golf Course, the Miami Beach Golf Club was given an $11 million facelift and reopened in 2002. The result is a championship layout masterfully designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Hills. The course sits quietly nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The course has a colorful history. It was originally built by pioneering developer Carl Fisher to lure wealthy winter residents from up north. During World War II, the U.S. Army rented the course for $1 a year as a training ground, and helmeted, rifle-toting soldiers ran through the course’s palm trees amid smoke grenades. $330 includes round-trip transportation, cart, box lunch, and taxes. Rental clubs: $75 including tax. The Dynamic Art District of Wynwood Walk w/ Lunch at Le Chick 12:15 - 4:15 pm Miami’s Wynwood District—once a forsaken area of dilapidated warehouses, rail yards, and depressed real estate—has blossomed into one of the country’s most vibrant art enclaves. Come walk streets decorated with dazzling installations, murals, and cutting-edge graffiti. Learn about the area’s working-class roots, the struggles to find a “place” for local urban artists, and the amazing transformation in the neighborhood. We’ll stop at Wynwood Walls, where you’ll observe impressive displays of urban art. Adjacent Wynwood Doors was once an empty lot plagued by illegal dumping, but

Preliminary Schedule now features smaller-scale works and is an intimate place to appreciate the creativity of the vanguard of Miami’s art scene. Your host for the walk will be one of Wynwood’s very own graffiti artists. $290 includes transportation, guides, lunch at Le Chick, one drink, taxes, and gratuities. Bike Key Biscayne: Miami’s Paradise Island 1:30 - 5 pm Just offshore from Miami’s bustling city center a natural retreat awaits. View the venerable Cape Florida Lighthouse on this scenic island, gaze at the peculiar houses perched above the multihued waters at Stiltsville, and scope out distant, uninhabited islands through binoculars as we bike through Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. You will hear accounts of runaway slaves, keepers of the light, and Seminole Indian attacks in this once remote area. Then pedal over to Crandon Park and continue along its coastal cycling trail. Atop an elevated overlook, observe the rare fossilized black mangrove reef sweeping out into the ocean. Stop at the Crandon Gardens, which harbor rich tropical flora, a host of elegant waterbirds, and endangered American crocodiles. And take a spin through the charming community of Key Biscayne. No other place boasts the diverse vernacular architectural styles seen among these residences, from its historic cottages to bayside mansions. $165 per person includes, transportation, kayaks, safety equipment, instruction, taxes, and gratuities. Tuesday, March 7 Breakfast 7:30 - 8:30 am Exhibit Wrap-up & Associates Meeting /Breakfast 7:30 - 8:30 am PCCA’s Associate members hold a roundtable discussion on topics that affect manufacturers and suppliers in our industry. We will also review the Contractors/Associates Exhibit, other convention activities, and ways they can be improved to further benefit everyone involved. General Session Panel Discussions 8:30 am - 12 pm This fast-paced and frank discussion moves through the various sectors of power and communications construction and elicits thoughtful insights and candid opinions from contractors and suppliers working throughout North America as well as from experts representing the government, engineering, insurance, and legal sectors. All PCCA members are encouraged to attend and to participate in the discussion. We want to hear from you! Education Issues Panel 8:30 - 9:30 am PCCA President & CEO Tim Wagner and the PCCA Education Committee report on workforce development initiatives, U.S. DOL apprenticeship grant, PCCA Scholarship Program, and other altruistic works of the foundation. Break 9:30 - 9:45 am Government & Industry Issues Panel 9:45 - 11:15 am Led by Zack Perconti, Jaime Steve, and the PCCA Government & Industry Affairs Committee, this session details the committee’s recent initiatives, maps out its upcoming activities, and asks members about the issues that are affecting their businesses. Representatives from government and industry will provide brief reports on issues relevant to power and broadband construction. Break 11:15 - 11:30 am Economic Issues Panel 11:30 am - 12 pm Mark Bridgers, Continuum Capital, leads a discussion on the myriad factors impacting the national economy and the markets in which PCCA members work. Bridgers’ in-depth knowledge of construction markets, owner concerns, and financial topics, combined with his ability to convey difficult topics to laypeople and professionals alike, makes him an intriguing speaker. Spouse Breakfast 9 - 10:30 am Join Toni Henschel for a delicious breakfast and bloody mary’s & mimosas. A special activity and entertainment will be announced before the convention. Art Deco History & Culinary Tour 12:15 - 3 pm Embark on a walking tour of captivating South Beach, with its unique blend of architecture, tropical foliage, azure ocean, and white sand. Listen to the myths and marketing that made Miami Beach famous. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to get a little sand between your toes and, later on, a little deco in your drive. We start with a blue-ribbon sample collection of Art Deco building preserved “almost under glass”

and across the street the world famous Wilsonian. On famed Ocean Drive, you’ll stroll among the stately palms and get a feel for what it was like before the glamour and glitz. Then stop by the opulent Versace Mansion and view the lobbies of the area’s most iconic Art Deco hotels. $185 per person includes transportation, guides, food & beverage stops taxes, and gratuities. Little Havana Culture & Culinary Tour 12:15 - 3:15 pm We will tour Little Havana, a community that’s been advancing its Cuban heart and soul since the 1960s. Visit Latin American art galleries, fruterias, a cigar factory, and other unique establishments along Calle Ocho. Ride down Cuban Memorial Boulevard with its monuments in honor of Cuban patriots, Bay of Pigs veterans, and other great visionaries of the island. Catch Latin music in the air and listen to lively political discussions among locals seated together in Maximo Gomez Park. Walk through distinguished neighborhoods of Shenandoah and The Roads, with their beautifully restored 1930s-era Spanish Colonial Revival estates and working-class bungalows, all nestled amid colorful tropical flowering trees and shrubs. Relax over a cup of café Cubano and sample such tropical fruits as mangos, guanabanas, and mameys. Be on the lookout for the occasional street rooster, too! $190 per person includes transportation, tour guide, food samples, taxes, and gratuities. Deep Sea Fishing Tour 12:15 - 5 pm Nothing beats the exhilaration of battling a really big fish in the Gulf Stream. For generations, deep sea captains have plied the waters in and around Miami, taking fishing enthusiasts to the best spots to seek their prey. Enjoy the same fast-paced action for tuna, billfish, and other pelagic species that Ernest Hemingway made famous. Lying in wait in March when PCCA is in town are kingfish, wahoo, and tuna. $500 per person transportation, box lunch, water, soft drinks and beer, fishing equipment, licenses, taxes, and gratuities. Island Kayaking off Key Biscayne 1:30 - 4:45 pm For hundreds of years, adventurers have traveled the waters off Key Biscayne. Native Americans, sailors, explorers, pirates, and wreck divers have long discovered the area’s beauty and riches. Join them in spirit as you paddle the lush mangrove stands and sea grass beds teaming with life. Watch tropical frigate birds and pelicans soar above while anhinga and their double-crested cormorant cousins roost on a small spoil island just offshore. Learn about the fascinating history of this magical barrier island as you make your way to Bear Cut Preserve and a rare, fossilized reef 2,000 years old. Beach your kayak and wander along the shoreline and nature trails before cooling off in the clear bay waters. Then settle in your kayak once more for the return journey oceanside, where you’ll likely spot large eagle rays, brittle stars, nurse shark, juvenile reef fish, and many more exotic underwater inhabitants. $175 per person includes transportation, kayaks, safety equipment, instruction, taxes, and gratuities. Miami By Speedboat Tour 1:30 - 4:45 pm On this 1-hour charter, you will cruise Port Miami, Biscayne Bay, and Star Island, while learning about the homes at “Millionaire’s Row,” Fisher Island, the Atlantic Ocean along South Beach, Key Biscayne, The Lighthouse, and the fascinating homes in Stiltsville. Then you head back through Biscayne Bay and along the Miami Skyline. $120 includes transportation, 1-hour tour, safety equipment, guides, taxes, and gratuities. Board of Directors Wrap-up Meeting 5:45 - 6:45 pm Open to PCCA Board of Directors only. Eden Roc Circa 1955 Party and Hall of Fame Awards 7 - 10 pm Join PCCA in the ERC Garden for dinner and dancing under the stars. We’ll start with the sumptuous Eden Roc Circa 1955 buffet and then honor the 2023 Hall of Fame inductees. Then it’s music and dancing featuring Warren Priske and his 11-piece Old Hollywood Jazz Band playing standards from the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s. Wednesday, March 8 Departures All Day

Registration Category By 1/15/23 After 1/15/23 Subtotal Owner/Employee Member $1195 $1295 Nonmember $1995 $2095 Spouse/Guest $795 $895 Youth 3-9 $350 $450 Youth 10-18 $595 $695 Optional Activities Please enter registrant’s number (1-4) from above Fees Registrant # Leadership Development Program (Fri, 8 am - 4 pm) $500 Catamaran Tour (Sat, 11:45 - 5 pm ) $270 PCCA Golf Tournament (Mon, 12:30 - 6:30 pm) $330 Golf Club Rental (Mon) p M p W | p Right p Left $75 Wynwood Tour (Mon, 12:15- 4:15 pm) $290 Bike Key Biscayne Tour (Mon, 1:30 - 5 pm) $165 Spouse Breakfast (Tues, 9 - 10:30 am) no charge Art Deco History & Culinary Tour (Tues, 12:15 - 3 pm) $185 Little Havana Tour (Tues, 12:15 - 3:15 pm) $190 Deep Sea Fishing Tour (Tues, 12:15 - 5 pm) $500 Island KayakingTour (Tues, 1:30 - 4:45 pm) $175 Miami by Speedboat Tour (Tues, 1:30 - 4:45 pm) $120 Total Fees Office Use Only Date In_ _________________ Amount In_ ______________ Confirm__________________ 2023 Convention Registration March 3 - March 8, 2023 Eden Roc & Nobu Miami Beach Miami Beach, Florida Registrant Information Register no more than one couple per page 1. Registrant’s Name Badge Name 2. Spouse/Guest Name Badge Name 3. Youth 1 Name Age Badge Name 4. Youth 2 Name Age Badge Name Company Title Street Address City State ZIP Phone Cell Email Registration Info • Email this registration form to registration@ pccaweb.org OR • Mail this registration form with payment to: PO Box 638 Churchton, MD 20733 Registration Fees All attendees must be registered Cancellation Policy There is no charge for cancellations received before 1/31/23. After 1/31/23 and before 2/28/23 there will be a 50% cancellation charge. There will be no refunds after 2/28/23. Questions? (800) 542-PCCA Room Type p Eden Roc Ocean View Jr. Suite $349 | p Nobu Deluxe $359 | p Nobu Deluxe Bay View $439 p Eden Roc One Bedroom Ocean Front Suite $549 | p Nobu Zen Suite Ocean View $649 | Bed Type p King Bed p 2 Queen Beds 78th ANNUAL CONVENTION Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc, Miami Beach, Florida March 3-8, 2023 Hotel Registration Credit card is required to reserve rooms. This is a separately charged item. Card Type: p MasterCard p VISA p AMEX Credit Card Number Expiration V-code Cardholder Name Signature Check-in Date Check-out Date Exhibit p Yes, I Want a Tabletop at the Annual Associates Exhibit PCCA Fees Payment must accompany this registration in the form of a check or credit card. Payment must be received by January 15, 2023, for early discount. p Check Please make payable to PCCA p MasterCard p VISA p AMEX Credit Card Number Expiration V-code Cardholder Name Signature Credit Card Billing Address p I’m a First-time PCCA Convention Attendee Room rates are subject to taxes, service charge and resort fee . Early departures will result in an early departure fee.