2003 Winter Conference Sponsors

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2003 Winter Conference Sponsors


THANK YOU CONFERENCE SPONSORS FOR MAKING THE 2003 WINTER CONFERENCE A WEEK TO REMEMBER!

A gathering of corrections professionals converged in Charlotte to participate in the 2003 Winter Conference of the American Correctional Association and reflect on its theme "Solving Problems Today for a Better Tomorrow."

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It is an honor and a privilege to express our sincerest gratitude and warmest admiration for the Sponsors of the 2003 Winter Conference. Your continued support made it possible for ACA to provide attendees with a myriad of activities, events and workshops, along with a variety of networking opportunities.

ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc.

1801 South Meyers Road, Suite 300

Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

(800) 777-7090

Fax: (630) 568-2603

E-mail: jameson-dan@aramark.com

Web Site: www.aramarkcorrectional.com

Contact: Daniel E. Jameson, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Working in partnership for more than 25 years with state, county and community correctional facilities and detention centers, ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. continues to lead the corrections marketplace in support service management. ARAMARK's tightly managed, customized programs help prisons and jails contain costs, increase efficiency, improve quality, meet ACA and other applicable standards and offer inmate vocational training. ARAMARK Correctional Services works in collaboration with jail and correctional administrators to provide cost-effective food service management, state-of-the-art commissary programs and comprehensive facility/building maintenance services, reducing the burden on your operation. ARAMARK currently serves more than 325,000 inmates in 40 states. For more information, call (800) 777-7090 to request a free on-site assessment of your current operation or visit their website at www.aramarkcorrectional.com.

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AT & T Corporation

340 Mt. Kemble Avenue

Morristown, NJ 07962

(806) 698-6959

Contact: Fran Gutierrez, National Market Manager

AT & T is among the world's premier voice, video and data communications companies, serving consumers, businesses and government Backed by the research and development capabilities of AT & T Labs, the company runs the world's largest, most sophisticated communications network. Serving nearly 60 million consumers, AT & T is the market leader in consumer communications services. With more than 10 years of experience in providing inmate telecommunications services to correctional facilities, AT & T provides a full range of services, including automated custom branding, call blocking and timing options, inmate identification systems and various levels of fraud prevention. Through The Authority[TM], AT & T's inmate calling service program, AT & T adapts its services to meet the needs of the correctional system, inmates and their families. AT & T introduced the first discount calling plan in the industry in August 2002 to make it more affordable for inmates, families and friends to stay in touch. With industry leading solutions, consultative account management and competitive commissions, AT & T innovatively addresses the correctional industry's changing needs.

ACA Appreciates Its Valued Sponsors for helping to make this Conference a tremendous success!

R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.

500 Earl Road

Shorewood, IL 60431

(815) 744-7000

Fax: (815) 744-7020

Web Site: www.rrbrink.com

Contact: Charles R. Brink, President

R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc., is a manufacturer of a full range of high-security locks and accessories designed for the modern correctional facility. After 26 years in business, R.R. Brink Locking Systems has a reputation for product quality, service and innovation. …

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