This year’s MACo Summer Conference in Ocean City felt like a return to a pre-pandemic era.
It was great to see so many of Maryland’s leaders in one place, fellowshipping and sharing ideas. The G.S. Proctor & Associates team had many productive meetings with our esteemed clients and decision-makers from all over the region. Business and civic leaders from Charles County, Prince George’s County, Howard County and the District of Columbia discussed subjects ranging from the future of energy, transportation and economic development to development opportunities for minority communities and education.
G.S. Proctor & Associates Vice President Trey Proctor, Senior State Associate Sherrie Sims, Chief Operating Officer Charlita Proctor, Government Relations Assistant Tatiana Alston and Associate Monroe Harrison were among those who traveled east for this important event.
We are extremely grateful to be partners in elevating our local institutions and communities and in promoting Maryland to a position of leadership, not only economically but also with regard to public safety, education and housing.
For the 600+ people who shared Thursday evening with us at our annual MACo Party, we are grateful to call you all friends and partners in these endeavors. The conversation and friendship were amazing, and the food and open bar didn’t hurt.
Thanks so much to Taphouse on 45th and our partner, Mayson-Dixon Companies, for another successful event and many many thanks to our sponsors for helping to make the event the success that it was. A very special thanks also to our next governor and lieutenant governor of this great State, Wes Moore and Aruna Miller, for attending along with a host of state and county leaders from all over Maryland.
And a special thanks to all the sponsors of the MACo Party, including Comcast, Pepco, Washington Gas, Velocity Capital, The Traffic Group, National Aquarium, Pevarnik Bros, Inc., Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc., Westside Partners, LLC, Pride of Baltimore II, Modern Builders – A Mayson-Dixon Company and Modern Suppliers – A Mayson-Dixon Company.