All Hands on Deck 2022
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We welcome you to join the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s staff, board and committees for the annual All Hands on Deck Conference which will take place in person this November 9-11, 2022 at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska.
About this event
The annual All Hands on Deck meeting will be held in Girdwood, Alaska at the Alyeska Resort on Wednesday November 9th – Friday November 11th, 2022. The meeting will bring together representatives from all segments of the Alaska seafood industry as well as ASMI staff, contractors, board, species and operational committees, and various other stakeholders.
- Meeting Webpage: Check back often as we continue to update the meeting site with new information.
- Meeting Details: Where: Alyeska Hotel and Resort, 1000 Arlberg Ave, Girdwood, AK 99587 (Transportation to venue may be possible, contact ASMI for more information); When: Wednesday through Friday, November 9-11, 2022
- Staff Contacts: Email Heather Johnson-Smith or call ASMI at 907-465-5560
- Hotel: If you are in need of a hotel room, please email contact staff to get more information.
- Virtual Attendance: ASMI will provide links for virtual attendance as we get closer to the date. Check back at the main All Hands on Deck page for further information.
- Email Updates: Sign up to receive email communications about this year’s event on the main All Hands on Deck page.
Individuals requiring auxiliary aids, please call (907) 465-5560, 1 (800) 478-2903 or use a TDD by calling 711. This meeting is open to all persons without regard to race, color, natural origin, gender, religion, age or disability.
Alaska Seafood Marketing Institutes overseas marketing activities receive substantial support from the federal government through the United States Department of Agriculture, (USDA).
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