25 THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR CONCRETE WEEK

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Nov 26, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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25 THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR CONCRETE WEEK

1.

Host a Plant Tour

2.

Host a Tour at a Testing Laboratory (Private, State, or Federal)

3.

Host a Tour at a University that
d
oes

Concrete Research

4.

Demonstrate Breaking Concrete Cylinders for School Children

at your
F
acility
or U
niversity

5.

Host a Workshop at your Facility or U
niversity.

6.

Run a Structural Test on a Concrete Beam in Your Laboratory and Invite
the Media, State DOT, and Students

7.

Sponsor a
Webinar

8.

Put up
a
s
ign

in the Break Room to
p
ublicize

a Tour, Workshop, or
Webinar

9.

Send
l
etters or
c
all

Your U.S. Senator and Representative to the U.S.
House of Representatives

about Concrete, Infrastructure Needs, or a
Pending EPA Rule

10.

Send a
l
etter or
c
all

the Mayor and Town Council about Concrete,
Infrastructure, or a Pending Zoning Decision

11.

Send
a Press Release

to
your
Local N
ewspaper

12.

Use the Concrete Week Logo on Your Correspondence

13.

Invite the State DOT Engineers and Inspectors to
c
ome

to Your Plant

14.

Participate on Facebook

15.

Host a Tour of a Construction Site that uses Concrete (Building, Roadway,
Bridge
, Sound Wall
)

16.

Post a Concrete
-
Related Podcast on your

Company’s Website

17.

Host a Tour of a Project Your Firm
r
ecently
c
ompleted

18.

Run, Walk, or Picnic at a
Breakfast on the Bridge

19.

Send a Tweet from Breakfast on the Bridge

20.

Attend a Concrete Canoe Race

21.

Speak on Concrete or a Concrete Application at your
Child’s/Niece’s/Nephew’s school

22.

Teach

a Local Girl Scout or Boy Scout Troop
h
ow to
m
ake

C
oncrete

23.

Talk about
concrete at a local Chapter Meeting of the American Society
for Civil Engineers

24.

Bring your Friends, N
eigh
bors, Car Salesman, M
echanic,
Little League
Team,
and Dentist to the Tour at your F
acility or to the Breakfast on
the Bridge

25.

Ask an Art Gallery, Local
Historical Society, or Local Museum to
h
ave

an
Exhibit on Concrete Buildings or Bridges