PSACO Takes Huge Step With Live Streaming of Conference

By April 17, 2014 May 5th, 2014 No Comments

The Process Servers Association of Colorado (PSACO) is offering a first for process servers at its 2nd Annual PACES Conference: the ability to stream the conference live and download video afterward of the conference for only $25.

In an industry where many are heavily involved in the day to day operations of their company and can’t take time off for every state conference, this new option is a great way to still stay involved. By having the videos available for download, individuals can watch the conference at their own convenience.  Serve-Now will be hosting the event at their offices to facilitate the streaming.

As the first association to offer this, PASCO is hopefully setting an example others will soon follow. Not only is it important for process servers to be knowledgeable about what is happening in the industry in order to be better prepared, the conferences also provide any opportunity to gain new tips and insight for business practices.

The conference, set for April 26th in Denver, has quite the line-up:

Growing Your Process Serving Business, Michael Kern (CALSPro President)

Employee or Independent Contractor: Who Is What and Why Do I Care?,Laura Hazen (Attorney at H&K Law)

Process Server Assault Legislation, Steve Glenn (PSACO President, NAPPS Board of Directors)

Business Tips for Process Servers, Adam Camras (CEO, ServeNow)

Preparing Your Business for Sale, Paula Ashcraft (Industry Consultant)

Getting the Most Out of Professional Affiliations¸ Ruth Reynolds (NCAPPS President, NAPPS Director)

Advanced Skip Tracing Techniques, Mike Dorres (President & Lead Investigator, Mike Dores Investigations)

TLO Virtual Tour: Tips and Tricks, Neil Caddell (TLO Analyst)

Using Quickbooks 2013 for Increased Profit, Chris A. Johnson (CPA, PFS, Werner Group)


You can register at:


We’ve already signed up over here! While booking airfare and a hotel may not be feasible for everyone, $25 is a remarkably low fee to have to pay to be able to see what happens at the PASCO Conference. 

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