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Philadelphia Securities Association
Informational Luncheon Meetings are held at the historic and prestigious Union League of Philadelphia, 140 South Broad Street, in the heart of Philadelphia’s business, financial and hotel district. Newly and extensively refurbished bedrooms are available for your convenience should you choose to stay overnight.
We also meet at The Racquet Club of Philadelphia, 215 South 16th Street, a private social and athletic club also located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, offering dining and lodging facilities and a variety of social activities.
The schedule generally includes a reception from 11:30 am to noon, during which time members may meet management on an informal basis. This is followed by a luncheon from noon to 12:30 pm, and the presentation from 12:10 to 12:45 pm and Q & A through 1:00 pm at which time the meeting is scheduled to end.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT PRESENTING AT PSA
What Do I Need to Do as a Presenter?
The PSA will handle all arrangements, including securing appropriate facilities, determining the menu and handling all the necessary logistics, which include notifying our members, collecting responses and determining approximate expected attendance for the Association’s and the Company’s use. If the Company wishes to use audiovisual equipment for its presentation, e.g., PowerPoint, we will arrange to have the equipment available. If we are informed in advance we will also make certain that there are tables, easels and other furniture or equipment needed for displays, reports, products and brochures. Some companies have displays of their products and/or hand out small “mementos” that give us an additional reminder of the luncheon and company program.
When are Meetings Held?
The PSA holds its luncheon meetings throughout the year. Normally our meetings are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays but on occasion we do hold them on Mondays or Fridays. In the interest of maximum attendance and the maintenance of continued interest, we try not to schedule more than two meetings in a business week. However, recognizing the realities of business meetings, we are not adamant about this rule. Our experience suggests that attendance does not appreciably decline during the summer months.
We are pleased to work directly with the Company’s designated corporate officer or staff person charged with the investment/public relations responsibility and/or we will work closely with the Company’s financial or public relations firm representatives.
What is The Meeting Schedule?
Generally, we like the formal remarks to end at about 12:45 pm so that questions may be entertained until 1:00 pm when we conclude the meeting. If the Company’s representatives’ schedule permits, they may remain to answer questions individually and meet with those members who do not have pressing afternoon commitments. Attendance varies, of course, depending upon the investment interest in the host Company. We tend to get an average of about 60 attendees, smaller companies may draw around 40, and larger firms get in excess of 80.
Who Can A Presenting Company Invite?
If the company would like to invite other people such as directors, local plant managers, distributors, other corporate representatives, underwriters, investment analysts or bankers, they may do so themselves. Please send us a list of your invitees, with contact information, so that we account for those additional guests for the luncheon.
What is the Cost?
Each Company requesting to make a presentation before the PSA is expected to bear the cost, which currently averages $75 per attendee. During the past several years, we have hosted anywhere from 20 to 30 companies per year with an average attendance of over 60 investment professionals. Naturally, the larger better-known companies tend to attract a larger audience.
Even smaller companies, not listed on a major exchange and not located in the Greater Philadelphia / Delaware Valley area, usually will draw in excess of 40 people.
If a Company wishes to bulk ship handouts such as annual reports, current information packets, copies of its presentation or mementos, a contact at the venue will be provided to the company to make deliver arrangements.
What Else Should Presenters Know?
We normally have a head table for several of our Officers and those from the Company and/or P/R firm who will be participating in the presentation. Our President acts as host. If the Company wishes to have readable name cards for its Officers, they should provide them. Our President will host and introduce everyone sitting at the head table.
In order to ensure that everything necessary for a successful presentation runs smoothly, the Program Chairman will call the Company or its designated P/R firm two to three weeks prior to the scheduled appearance date to finalize the details.
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited
Agnico Eagle is a senior Canadian gold mining company that has produced precious metals since 1957. Its mines are located in Canada, Finland and Mexico, with exploration activities in each of these countries as well as in the United States and Sweden. The Company and its shareholders have full exposure to gold prices due to its long-standing policy of no forward gold sales. Agnico Eagle has declared a cash dividend every year since 1983.
American Gas Association
The American Gas Association, founded in 1918, represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver clean natural gas throughout the United States. There are more than 74 million residential, commercial and industrial natural gas customers in the U.S., of which 95 percent — more than 71 million customers — receive their gas from AGA members. AGA is an advocate for natural gas utility companies and their customers and provides a broad range of programs and services for member natural gas pipelines, marketers, gatherers, international natural gas companies and industry associates. Today, natural gas meets more than one-fourth of the United States’ energy needs.
American Water Works Company, Inc.
Our Vision is Clean Water for Life. It is a simple but powerful message that describes “why” we do what we do every day. Water is necessary for our customers’ health and wellbeing. “For Life” also means we are there day after day, providing this essential and critical service for a lifetime. We work hard in many ways to deliver clean water for life that is also safe, reliable, and affordable, because our customers, our employees, and those who invest in us deserve nothing less.
Since 1959, our vision has been to provide you with the safest, most reliable and most responsive propane service in the nation. We use the size of our organization to your advantage every day, while staying true to our grass roots by offering the friendly smiles and personal attention found only at local family businesses.
Artesian Resources began to serve customers in small communities in northern Delaware more than 110 years ago. Our mission then was the same as it is now: to provide the best quality water and the best customer service.
Today, although we have expanded our capabilities and our service area, our water business remains our single largest business line, accounting for nearly 90% of our revenues. In fact, Artesian is the eighth largest investor-owned water utility in the United States by total capitalization.
Campbell Soup Company
Real food that matters for life’s moments. For generations, people have trusted Campbell to provide food and drinks that are good, honest, authentic and flavorful – made from ingredients that are grown, prepared, cooked or baked with care. People love that our food fits their real lives, fuels their bodies and feeds their souls. And they appreciate knowing what goes into our food and why – so they can feel good about the choices they make, for themselves and their loved ones.
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation is a diversified energy company that provides superior service to its customers and communities. For more than 100 years, the Company has successfully delivered safe, secure, reliable and efficient solutions that are environmentally and economically smart. Chesapeake positions itself for long-term growth that creates superior value.
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation genuinely cares while turning aspirations into reality every day. We make meaningful connections with our peers, customers, communities, shareholders and partners.
Kirkland Lake Gold
Kirkland Lake Gold is a growing gold mining company targeting production of 920,000 – 1,000,000 ounces of gold for 2019 from mines in Canada and Australia. Kirkland Lake Gold’s solid base of quality assets is complemented by district scale exploration potential, supported by a strong financial position with extensive management and operational expertise.
The production profile of the Company is anchored by two high-grade, low-cost operations, the Macassa Mine located in Northeastern Ontario, and the Fosterville Mine located in the state of Victoria, Australia. Kirkland Lake Gold’s solid base of quality assets is complemented by district scale exploration potential, supported by a strong financial position with extensive management and operational expertise.
Monmouth Real Estate
Building long-term shareholder value since 1968
At Monmouth, we specialize in owning high-quality net-leased industrial properties, on long-term leases, to investment-grade tenants. This has enabled us to deliver very reliable and predictable returns to our shareholders throughout the business cycle.
Doing now what patients need next: We believe it’s urgent to deliver medical solutions right now – even as we develop innovations for the future. We are passionate about transforming patients’ lives. We are courageous in both decision and action. And we believe that good business means a better world.
That is why we come to work each day. We commit ourselves to scientific rigour, unassailable ethics, and access to medical innovations for all. We do this today to build a better tomorrow.
We are proud of who we are, what we do, and how we do it. We are many, working as one across functions, across companies, and across the world.
We are Roche.
RPM International, Inc.
RPM International Inc. (NYSE: RPM) owns subsidiaries that are world leaders in coatings, sealants, building materials and related services. From homes to precious landmarks worldwide, their brands are trusted by consumers and professionals alike to protect, improve and beautify. Among its leading consumer brands are Rust-Oleum, DAP and Zinsser.
Seabridge Gold Inc.
Seabridge Gold Inc. is designed to provide its shareholders with exceptional leverage to a rising gold price. From 1999 through 2002, when the gold price was lower, Seabridge acquired nine North American projects with substantial gold resources, including Courageous Lake and KSM. Subsequent exploration by Seabridge has significantly expanded its acquired gold resource base.
UGI Corporation is a holding company that, through subsidiaries, distributes, stores, transports and markets energy products and related services. We are a domestic and international retail distributor of propane and butane (which are liquefied petroleum gases (“LPG”)); a provider of natural gas and electric service through regulated local distribution utilities; a generator of electricity; a regional marketer of energy commodities; an owner and manager of midstream assets; and a regional provider of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and electrical contracting services.
UMH Properties, Inc. is a public equity REIT (real estate investment trust) that owns and operates a portfolio of 118 manufactured home communities with approximately 21,500 developed homesites. These communities are located in 8 states throughout the northeast: New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan and Maryland. In addition, our Company owns approximately 6,400 acres of land for the development of new sites.
Richard Muhlberg| Program Committees Chair