Let’s Connect On the Road

| July 19, 2022

This week our team is hitting the road to collaborate with our partners across the nation. We would love to see you while we’re on the road!

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This week our team is hitting the road to collaborate with our partners across the nation. We would love to see you while we’re on the road!

On July 19th and 20th, you’ll find Garrett Macdonald in Aurora, CO, for the National Association of County Collectors, Treasurers & Finance Officers conference. He’d love to connect with you there!

If you’ll be in North Carolina this week, team members Leah Riley and Samantha Rothschild would love to meet you. They’ll be attending both the North Carolina Government Finance Officials Association Conference (July 17th through the 19th) and the North Carolina Local Government Investment Association Conference (on the 20th and 21st).

You’ll also have an opportunity to connect with Joe Rulison and Bill Cherry this week. They’ll be at the NACo Annual Conference & Exposition in Adams County, CO. Be sure to say “hello” at three+one’s booth (#FSC6) at NACo’s FSC trade show.

NACo Gary Moore three+oneThis Friday, July 22nd, you’ll want to attend our “Leveraging Fintech for Today’s Modern County Government” presentation at 1:45 PM in Spruce 3-4, Level 1. You’ll learn how our innovative fintech solution identifies 73% more cash that can be put to work helping counties across the nation. We’re pleased that Judge Gary Moore, NACo Past President and Boone County Judge Executive, will be joining us.

We look forward to connecting with you at one or more of these upcoming NACo events!

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