Upcoming RGCA Virtual Events

Gift Card Coffee Break - April 16

One of the hardest aspects of physical distancing is not being able to spend time with our colleagues and friends. But physical distancing doesn't have to mean social distancing - we can still find ways to connect!

While it's not the same as getting together in person, we invite you to join us in some virtual gift card coffee breaks. Even though we're physically isolated, we are in this together. We can catch up, share questions and strategies, and just enjoy spending time together.

So this Thursday, April 16 at 11:30am ET/10:30am CT, we invite you to grab a mug, sit down at your computer, tablet or smart phone, and join in an informal video conversation. 

We're setting up three "cafes" for these coffee breaks - one for restaurants, one for specialty retail, and one for mass merchandise retail. If you're a supporting member or otherwise don't fit exactly into one of those categories, we invite you to visit the group of your choice.

If you can't make it this week, we plan to do this again on April 30. We're looking forward to connecting with you! If you have questions, please contact us.

Access the call-in information here...

RGCA Town Hall - May 7

While we're not able to get together in person in Louisville in May, we still want to connect!

We're planning for a virtual town hall on Thursday, May 7. Time and other details are being worked out, but we need your input to help set the agenda.

What topics would you like us to cover? What are your questions, pain points, and hot topics during this unusual time? Send your thoughts to info@thergca.org and we'll use them to craft the program. 






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