PCCA 2024 Convention Brochure

Industry Education • Premium Networking • Great Times! 79th ANNUAL CONVENTION Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii March 8-13, 2024

Deeply rooted in the land, history, and layered richness of Oahu, the Turtle Bay Resort provides an authentic connection to a place of uncommon natural splendor and the warm, welcoming community within it. Your days will be filled with constant discovery and moments that touch your soul, allowing you to explore the uncommon depths of this remarkable coast. Experience the natural beauty of this Oahu resort in any setting: private oceanfront bungalow, lavish suite, or ocean-view room. Ocean Bungalows. Tucked away in a quiet oasis is an exclusive hideaway, featuring your own oceanfront lanai, access to a private pool, and dedicated host. In your bungalow, you’re connected to the lush indigenous landscape around you thanks to a furnished outdoor lanai just steps away from the ocean. Your bathroom is tranquil and soothing, with soaking tub and walk-in shower. Artwork is inspired by nature, reminding you what it’s like to watch the sun rise or set. Look out on the beautiful beach from your spacious sitting area with pullout sofa and incredible views. Ocean Club Rooms. Immerse yourself in unrivaled luxury with a stay that includes lounge access from which to enjoy exclusive amenities and concierge services. An expansive lanai brings the outdoor in and offers the perfect vantage point to watch the waves roll in. Savor the bountiful offerings of the island throughout the day, starting with Hawaiian coffee, fruit plates, and locally sourced breakfast items. In between sunfilled adventures, savor fresh-made sandwiches and salads. Cap off the day with refreshing cocktails and prime views of the sunset. Allow the dedicated Ocean Club Concierge to customize your experience. Suites. Experience space and comfort in these luxurious suites, which are beautifully appointed with relaxed furnishings, premium amenities, and oceanfront views. Oceanfront Suites offer a pullout sleeper sofa and luxurious bathroom with soaking tub and shower. Most suites have a private lanai or Juliet balcony. Guest Rooms. Steps away from the pools, restaurants, spa, and activities, the ocean-view rooms in the main building put you right in the center of all the action, providing the perfect retreat for all your North Shore adventures. Most rooms have a private lanai or Juliet balcony. Pools & Beaches Set on nearly 1,300 oceanfront acres, Turtle Bay’s connection to the water is all-encompassing, where moments of bliss and thrilling adventures transpire along the North Shore coast. Find your happy place at the terraced pool deck and soak up the sun from the Resort, Adult, and Keiki pools. Or head out to one of the seven beaches where you can surf, swim, snorkel, or simply relax and stretch out on a sandy beach. Jamie O’Brien Surf Experience Learn from the island’s best surfers who know the breaks like the back of their hands. There’s nothing like the thrill of the ride and the feel of the ocean around you. Surfing alongside local experts in the pristine waters of the North Shore is an experience that can’t be topped. As the exclusive surf partner for Turtle Bay Resort, the Jamie O’Brien Surf Experience is the premier North Shore Surf School. With premium equipment, you’ll be guided by their friendly and professional team through curated surf and stand-up paddle experiences. All ages and skill levels are welcome. All surf instructors are CPR/AED certified. Savor the North Shore The Turtle Bay Resort is deeply rooted in the land of Oahu and the ocean that surrounds it, and they are connected to local farmers, fishermen, and ranchers. The flavors found in the resort’s restaurants and bars come from the freshest local ingredients grown in the abundant land of the North Shore and the greater island beyond. They inspire signature Hawaiian dishes, traditional meals, a tasty drink, and warm potluck-style gatherings on the beach. In Hawaii, folks love to huipu—come together and eat family style—everyone brings their own flavor. Alaia. Turtle Bay’s signature restaurant highlights the Island’s fresh bounty, offering a delicious variety of modern Hawaiian comfort fare prepared with the freshest ingredients sourced mainly from the North Shore. Sunset. Pull up a chair where the sun meets the surf. Sunset is perfectly positioned on the pool deck in full view of the surfers down below. This is where you can bask in the golden hour glow with tropical drinks, flavorful island fare, and live music. Off The Lip. Witness the most magical sunsets with a deliciously fresh crafty cocktail in hand. Share savory bites and socialize with friends in Turtle Bay’s relaxing lobby bar. Beach House by Roy Yamaguchi. Hawaii’s famed chef Roy Yamaguchi serves up welcoming portions of his family favorites conjured by memories of potluck gatherings on the beach. Lei Lei’s. This famous local haunt is a gathering place for visitors and locals alike, serving local favorites and American classics from morning to night. This laid-back bar & grill overlooks the pristine golf course. Nalu Spa Aloha Aina. The spa is grounded in a love of and nurturing care for the land, where they nurture the natural wonders on the land they love. In doing so, they protect your health and vitality using pure, sustainable, and natural ingredients and inviting you to an authentic experience of wellness. Surrounded by lush beauty and the soothing sounds of crashing waves, the dreamlike setting is stunning beyond imagination. Turtle Bay Engages the Spirit

The North Shore of Oahu encompasses the 17-mile north-facing coastal area between Ka’ena Point to the west and Kahuku Point to the east. The North Shore is famous for its surfing, snorkeling, and the 51 beaches along an incredible expanse of coastline. Gigantic waves are prevalent in the winter, and crowds gather at the North Shore’s famous beaches like Sunset Beach (one of the longest surf ride locations in the world), Banzai Pipeline (Ehukai Beach), and Waimea Beach (one of the original surfing beaches in the 1950s) to soak in the rays and watch daring surfers. Attractions on the North Shore of Oahu Oahu’s North Shore has plenty to offer every visitor. Take a trip to the area’s largest settlement, Haleiwa, a rural community where you’ll find plenty of surfing-themed restaurants and stores as well as plenty of historical and cultural spots. Other activities include skydiving, sailplane, glider, and ultralight rides at Dillingham Airfield. You can also enjoy the Waialua Coffee Visitors Center at an old sugar mill, now a working coffee mill. The North Shore has been flashing across your television set for years due to its natural beauty. The lifeguards of Baywatch frolicked on the sands of Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park. The remote western regions of the North Shore were the setting for ABC’s Lost, which was almost entirely filmed on Oahu. The movies Blue Crush and Forgetting Sarah Marshall were also filmed in the area, as well as various episodes of Hawaii Five-0. Another beautiful beach you might want to visit is Hukilau Beach, which is nearby the Polynesian Cultural Center. Malaekahana Beach. This gem of a beach is located between the towns of La’ie and Kahuku. It isn’t widely known to visitors so your fellow beachgoers will most likely be locals. This beach has great swimming conditions, but make sure you wear reef shoes because the nearshore waters are rocky. Offshore you will catch a glimpse of Goat Island. Laie Falls. La’ie is a peaceful little seaside village located on the northeastern tip of the island, most widely known for its large Mormon influence. In 1865, Mormons bought 6,000 acres of land and eventually built a temple similar to the one in Salt Lake City. Laie Falls is a 15-foot falls on the La’ie Ridge Trail, and it is the first major stop on the hike. Many hikers take a quick dip here and then head back out. Waimea Valley. The beautiful Waimea Valley attracts a couple thousand visitors per day, but you wouldn’t know it, as its stunning botanical garden setting provides many spacious areas to relax under huge shady trees. It’s easy to find a quiet spot to rest on the grassy areas and unwind from the busy highways of Honolulu. Visitors flock to Waimea Falls, a 45-foot waterfall on the property, to swim and sunbathe. A popular tourist attraction, many folks use these beautiful grounds for concerts, parties, weddings, special events, and even a weekly farmers market. Sunset Beach. Sunset Beach is the ideal North Shore paradise with two miles of white sand stretching 200-300 feet wide. March brings in warmer sea temperatures and smaller waves, making the beach good for swimming and snorkeling. It’s also great for just relaxing on the beach. You can also peer into a few tide pools to observe some of the wonders of nature. Kualoa Ranch. Often called Jurassic Valley, Kualoa Ranch is not only home to a working cattle ranch, but it is also a filming location for many different Hollywood movies and television shows. The towering Koolau Mountains, lush valleys, and beautiful beaches at Kualoa Ranch have served as the backdrop for hits including Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, 50 First Dates, Kong: Skull Island, Magnum P.I., Lost, and Hawaii Five-0. Shrimp Trucks Widely known for its beautiful beaches, epic surf, and friendly residents, the North Shore is also celebrated for its world-famous shrimp trucks. Turtle Bay staff recommends these shrimp trucks and shacks. All are only about a five-minute drive from the hotel, or you can rent bikes from the North Shore Outpost located near the tennis courts if you do not have a vehicle. • Fumis Kahuku Shrimp. Open 10 am - 7:30 pm daily. 56-777 Kamehameha Hwy. (808) 232-8881. Accepts cash only. • Romy’s Kahuku Prawns & Shrimp. Open 10 am - 6 pm daily. 56-781 Kamehameha Highway. (808) 232-2202. Accepts cash only. • Giovanni’s. Open 10:30 am - 5 pm daily. 56-505 Kamehameha Hwy. (808) 293-1839. Accepts cash only. The Laid-Back North Shore of Oahu Additional Details Transportation Ground Transportation: Taxis, rental cars, and ride services are readily available at the airport and from the lobby of the hotel. Airport: Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) is 37 miles from the hotel. Weather The average high in March is 78, and the average low is 66. What to Wear 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 8 Registration Open 8 am - 6 pm PCCA Leadership Development Program: Building Long-term Client Relationships & Ethics with Andy Patron 8 am - 4 pm In the leadership development session, we will discuss the concept of business development and how to establish stronger customer relationships. We will share ideas about how to reinforce and reassure your clients after the sale to show that you care and to build long-term, repeat customers. You will learn how to anticipate what your customers want and need, so that you can frame an approach to win them over and be better able to price your solution based upon its value. The session will wrap up with a robust dialogue about ethics and integrity in business, and we will demonstrate the link between ethics and profit. Of course, we will include some interactive exercises to help you understand the concepts and get in some practice. $500 per person includes all educational materials, professional instructor, and breakfast & lunch on Friday. Board of Directors Meeting 3:30 - 5:45 pm Open to PCCA Board of Directors only. Board/Past Chairmen/Sponsor Dinner 6:30 - 8:30 pm Open to PCCA Board members, Past Chairmen, and 2024 Convention Sponsors and their spouse/guest by invitation. Saturday, March 9 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. Spouse Breakfast 9 - 10:30 am Join Carolyn Campbell for a delicious breakfast and Bloody Marys & Mimosas. Past Chairmen/PCCA Foundation Meeting 10:30 am - Noon Ed Campbell hosts the PCCA Past Chairmen and PCCA Education and Research Foundation Board of Directors for discussion of the power and telecommunications industry and the selection of the 2024 scholarship recipients. Magnum Experience Helicopter Tour All Afternoon Choose between a 1, 2, or 3 pm flight times. Sights include Kaliuwa‘a (Sacred Falls), Ka‘a‘awa Valley, Le‘ahi (Diamond Head), Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, and low-level flight off the shores of Waikiki. Flight will be on a Precise MD500 Magnum PI replica. Weights & heights are required for booking. Name and age required for children under the age of 18. Children under the age of 2 fly free when seated in the lap of a paying adult. Children 2 years and over are required an individual full-fare seat. Children must be at least 12 years old to sit next to an open door while aircraft is in flight. Weight and balance of helicopter is an important part of safety, so an extra seat fee is assessed for any guests weighing 270 lbs and over. $499 per person includes 1 hour tour, taxes & gratuities. UTV Tour - Kualoa Ranch 1 - 5 pm Kualoa’s open-air Multipassenger UTV Raptor vehicles are a great way to see Oahu and enjoy the experience with friends & family. This guided tour leads you deep into scenic valleys and remote areas, often rambling along dirt roads, dusty trails and crossing seasonal streams. See the valleys where more than 200 Hollywood movies & TV shows have been filmed over the past 75 years. Each UTV will hold 6 people. Minimum rider age is 5 years old. A driver must have a valid driver’s license and may be liable for any damages to the Raptors if damage is caused by negligence or recklessness. $205 per person includes 2-hour UTV tour, transportation, guides, taxes & gratuities. Ocean Voyage Tour 1:30 - 5 pm To start off, you’ll cross Moli’i fishpond, an 800-year-old example of ancient Hawaiian aquaculture, where you will learn about sustainable fishing practices, an oyster farm, and current stewardship practices. Soon after you’ll arrive at Secret Island, where you’ll board a catamaran for an ocean tour of Kaneohe Bay. You’ll be amazed by spectacular views of Mokoli’i Island, Hakipu’u and Kualoa valleys, and the Ko’olau mountain range. If you’re lucky, you might see turtles and other wildlife. Tour requires guests to be able to able to climb stairs to board the catamaran. Minimum age is 3 years old. $112 per person includes 90-minute tour, transportation, guide, taxes & gratuities. Ohana Surf Lesson 1:30 - 3 pm Learn to surf with a professional certified instructor, while gaining confidence and knowledge to ride North Shore’s famed waves. Weights & heights are required for booking. Name

and age required for children under the age of 18. Lesson only available for ages 11 years and older. Children 10 years and younger can make arrangements for a private lesson through the Turtle Bay Concierge. Maximum weight limit 300 lbs. $149 per person includes 1-hour lesson, rash guard, reef shoes, group photos, taxes & 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 firsttime attendees, PCCA Board members, Membership Committee members, and their spouse/guest by invitation. Opening Session: Change Is Mandatory... Stress Is Optional w/ Garrison Wynn 6:30 - 7:30 pm Change is something we all must deal with, but the stress that accompanies change is more of a choice. In this heavily researched session, Garrison Wynn applies his signature humor to a very serious topic. This fun, comprehensive program offers you tools and tips for getting through big change with very little stress. More importantly, it creates an emotional shift as you see how much control you have over how change affects you. You will see how stress is more about what you believe than it is about what is actually happening. From embracing big transitions in technology to dealing with growth or downsizing, this presentation helps leaders, employees, and customers implement necessary changes with minimal resistance. With talents that established him as a Fortune 500 leader and professional stand-up comedian, Wynn fuses comic timing and research to deliver motivational business expertise. For 20 years, he has given keynote presentations to clients like American Express, Wells Fargo, Oracle, NASA & others. He is the author of the Amazon bestseller The Real Truth about Success & the Amazon #1 bestseller The Cowbell Principle, and he has been a weekly contributor to the Washington Post and featured in Forbes Magazine. In his teens, he debuted the world’s first video gaming system (Odyssey) with baseball legend Hank Aaron, and as a young man, he spent six years touring comedy clubs with the top names in the business. Then he went on to create and market products still being sold in 30 countries. Chairman’s Welcome Reception & Dinner 7:30 - 9:30 pm PCCA Chairman Ed Campbell and his wife, Carolyn, host a reception and dinner under the stars on Kuilima Point. Catch up with old friends and welcome new ones while enjoying a refreshing beverage and the culinary creations of Turtle Bay’s executive chef Lyle Kaku. Sunday, March 10 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 & acquisitions. Turtle Bay Pool Day 1 - 4 pm Join fellow members at the Main Resort Pool for this annual informal gathering of PCCA members. Full beverage and food service will be available to purchase at Sunset Pool Bar. Segway Tour All Afternoon Choose between 1:30 or 2:30 pm tour times. Glide along the shoreline to the northernmost point of the island during this fun and unique experience where you’ll be treated to panoramic ocean views. Along the way see native birds, coastal vegetation, and tide pools. Available for guests ages 14 - 65. $174 per person includes 45-minute Segway tour, guide, taxes & gratuities. Horseback Trail Ride 2 - 3:15 pm Horseback riding along the beach is one of the best ways to explore the North Shore with family & friends, and it is a memory you’ll hold for a lifetime. Trail Ride available for ages 7 and older | maximum of 225 lbs. $147 per person includes 45-minute trail ride, guide, taxes & gratuities. Silent Auction & Reception 6 - 7 pm Not as raucous as the Live Auction to follow, the Silent Auction & 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!

Preliminary Schedule 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 11 Breakfast 8 - 9 am Associates Breakfast Meeting 8 - 9 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. PCCA/CGA/NULCA Excavation Safety Summit 9 - 10:15 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, an update on the Damage Prevention Institute, and an update on the Infrastructure Protection Coalition activities. Moderated by PCCA Past Chair, 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 Locator Chair and NULCA Past-President Josh Hinrichs, PCCA Past Chair and CGA Vice Chair John Fluharty, PCCA Past Chair and CGA Board member Steve Sellenriek, NULCA Executive Director Ron Peterson, and IPC 811 Emergency Study author Mark Bridgers. Economic Issues Panel 10:30 - 11:45 am Continuum Capital’s Mark Bridgers and FMI’s Dan Shumate lead a discussion on the myriad factors impacting the national economy and the markets in which PCCA members work. Their in-depth knowledge of construction markets, owner concerns, mergers & acquisitions, and other financial topics, combined with their ability to convey difficult topics to laypeople and professionals alike, makes them intriguing speakers. PCCA Golf Tournament: Turtle Bay Arnold Palmer Course 12 - 6 pm Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, the Turtle Bay Arnold Palmer Course was rated one of Golf Magazine’s “Top 10 New Courses” in America and ranked 4th among Golf Digest’s “Best New Resort Courses in America” when it opened in 1992. Today, the course is consistently ranked the #1 Public Access Golf Course on O’ahu. It features two very distinct experiences. The front nine will challenge golfers with a Scottish Links style layout, while the back nine has a more tropical setting as it winds through verdant landscapes. The course forms a horseshoe around the Punaho’olapa marsh, an unspoiled 100acre wetland and bird sanctuary. Water comes into play on 14 holes. The signature 17th hole offers panoramic ocean views from the green while the hole is dotted with nine bunkers, which makes it as challenging as it is scenic. This par 72 course measures 6,225 yards from the resort tees. When played from the Palmer (black) tees, this 7,218yard seaside course presents a stiff challenge to even the best players. Sand traps are plentiful, with more than 70 menacing the fairways and protecting the greens. However, there are five sets of tees on each hole that provide an enjoyable experience for golfers of any ability. $280 includes cart, box lunch & taxes. Rental clubs: $80 including tax. Segway Tour All Afternoon Choose between 1:30 or 2:30 pm tour times. See details on Sunday. $174 per person includes 45-minute Segway tour, guide, taxes & gratuities. Stand-up Paddle Experience 1:30 - 3 pm Glide across the calm waters on a stand-up paddle board with a group lesson for the PCCA crew. Opt for a fun ride on a SUP Squatch or find your balance with SUP Yoga. All skill levels welcome. $149 per person includes 1 hour lesson, rash guard, reef shoes, group photo, taxes & gratuities. Tuesday, March 12 Breakfast 8 - 9 am General Session Panel Discussions 9 am - Noon 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 legislators, federal agencies, trade schools, and other industry groups who work closely with PCCA. All members are encouraged to attend and to participate in the discussion. We want to hear from you! Education Issues Panel 9 - 10:15 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 10:15 - 10:30 am Government & Industry Issues Panel 10:30 am - Noon 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. Magnum Experience Helicopter Tour All Afternoon Choose between a 1, 2, or 3 pm flight times. See details on Saturday. $499 per person includes 1-hour tour, taxes & gratuities. Jurassic Valley Zipline (Box Lunch) 12 - 5 pm The Jurassic Valley Zipline Tour journeys to the top of the spectacular Ka’a’awa Valley with 7 exciting tandem sections, 2 suspension bridges, and 5 short hiking nature trails. The ziplines range from 200 feet up to a quarter of a mile in length! Guests will learn about Hawaiian traditions and zip through native flora and fauna. And if your surroundings look familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen Ka’a’awa Valley in one of the 200+ movies & tv shows like Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Jumanji & more that have been filmed at Kualoa over the years. Closed toe shoes required. Height & weight required to properly fit safety harness per manufacturer guidelines. All guest are weighed at check in. Height 4’8 - 6’9, waist size 22”- 50”, upper Thigh Size 18”- 28”, and weight 70 lbs - 280 lbs. Expectant mothers and or guests with heart conditions, spinal issues or joint pain are advised not to participate in this tour. $295 per person includes 3-hour zip line tour, box lunch, transportation, guide, taxes & gratuities. Jurassic Adventure Tour (Box Lunch) 12:15 - 5 pm This deluxe Jurassic Adventure Tour will take you to iconic film sites in Kualoa, Hakipu’u, and Ka’a’awa Valleys. Buckle up and enjoy this bumpy rainforest trek to visit filming locations from the original Jurassic Park, as well as and locations and sets from Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Relive the excitement of the Indominus Rex paddock with its 60-foot walls, the bunkers and authentic dinosaur cages used in the movies, and visit the most famous field of all the Jurassic franchise, where the galli… galli… gallimimus are flocking this way! You’ll be driven in open-air custom vehicles that will give you the best panoramic views! $260 per person includes 2.5-hour tour, box lunch, transportation, guide, taxes & gratuities. Board of Directors Wrap-up Meeting 5:45 - 6:45 pm Open to PCCA Board of Directors only. Luau on Kuilima Point and Hall of Fame Awards 7 - 9:30 pm Join PCCA on Kuilima Point for dinner and entertainment under the stars. Wednesday, March 13 Departures all day Pearl Harbor Tours Because Pearl Harbor tours are all-day events, we did not schedule one during the PCCA Convention. If interested, we recommend that you book a tour on a day before or after the convention. The resort will honor the PCCA room rate for 3 days before/after our convention. The Turtle Bay Resort offers guided, in-depth tours of the historic sites at Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial, and USS Missouri every Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday. You can reserve spots on a tour by calling the resort concierge at (808) 293-6020 or online at www. turtlebayresort.com/things-to-do/tours-excursions. Always wise to make your reservations early. You can also visit Pearl Harbor on your own, which may be easiest on the day you arrive or the day you depart from Oahu. The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is just a 10–15-minute drive from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Get more information at www.nps.gov/perl/ planyourvisit/basicinfo.htm.

Registration Category By 12/15/24 After 12/15 Subtotal Owner/Employee Member $1295 $1495 Nonmember $2195 $2395 Spouse/Guest $895 $995 Youth 5-9 $350 $450 Youth 10-18 $695 $795 Optional Activities Please enter registrant’s number (1-4) from above Fees Registrant # Leadership Development Program (Fri, 8 am - 4 pm) $500 Tabletop Exhibit (Sat, 8 - 10:30 am) no charge p Yes p No Spouse Breakfast (Sat, 9 am) no charge p Yes p No PCCA Golf Tournament (Mon, 12 - 6 pm) $280 Golf Club Rental (Mon) p M p W | p Right p Left $80 Helicopter Tour p Sat p Tues | p 1 pm p 2 pm p 3 pm $499 UTV Tour (Sat, 1 - 5 pm) $205 Ocean Voyage Tour (Sat, 1:30 - 5 pm) $112 Group Surf Lesson (Sat, 1:30 - 3 pm) $149 Segway Tour p Sun p Mon | p 1:30 pm p 2:30 pm $174 Horseback Ride (Sun, 2 - 3:15 pm) $147 Paddle Board Tour (Mon, 1:30 - 3 pm) $149 Jurassic Valley Zip Line (Tues, 12 - 5 pm) $295 Jurassic Adventure Tour (Tues, 12:15 - 5 pm) $260 Total Fees Office Use Only Date In_ _________________ Amount In_ ______________ Confirm__________________ 2024 Convention Registration March 8 - March 13, 2024 Turtle Bay Resort Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii Registrant Information Register no more than one couple per page (All attendees must be registered) 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 Cancellation Policy There is no charge for cancellations received before 12/15/24. After 12/15/24 and before 2/28/24 there will be a 50% cancellation charge. There will be no refunds after 2/28/24. Questions (800) 542-PCCA p Ocean View $409 | p Ocean View Suite $649 | p Ocean View Club $699 | p Ocean Bungalow $950 | p King Bed p 2 Queen Beds 79th ANNUAL CONVENTION Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii March 8-13, 2024 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 PCCA Fees Payment must accompany this registration in the form of a check or credit card. Payment must be received by December 15, 2024, 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.