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Monthly Luncheons

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General Information

ASIS Calgary Chapter luncheons are held on the third Thursday of January through June, and September through November. The December luncheon is a Mix-and-Mingle on the second Thursday of the month. Members are encouraged to participate, especially if they wish to hold leadership positions.

Networking starts at 11:30 and lunch is served at 12:00. Meetings are held in the Valhalla Room at the Danish-Canadian Club, located on 727 – 11 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB.

The cost is $30.00 for members and $40.00 for guests. Payment is by cash or cheque at the door, or PayPal below.

There is a guest speaker at each meeting on a subject timely to our industry.

Reservations must be made by 16:00 on the second day (Tuesday) prior to the luncheon.


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Conduct at ASIS Chapter Meetings

ASIS International has adopted a position on professional conduct at chapter meetings for members who supply goods or services.

As an organization of professional security practitioners, it is desirable that chapter meetings be held in an atmosphere free of uninvited commercial distractions. ASIS International endorses a policy that prohibits members who provide and sell security or consulting services from initiating a sales effort immediately before, during, or after a chapter meeting while at the meeting location.

Adherence to this policy will result in maintaining an atmosphere in which members are able to discuss matters affecting their profession without being the object of a sales presentation. This policy does not prohibit an organized program wherein a service company may present the program from that day, nor does it prevent a member in the service industry from responding to an inquiry.

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