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We have several new sponsorship and speaking opportunities available. If you, or anyone you know, has an interest in sponsoring and supporting GTBACP, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The cost of an annual sponsorship is $500. 

Sponsor Benefits Include:

  • Sponsors logo will be placed in the GTBACP newsletter and on the Chapter website.
  • Sponsor will be recognized at each monthly member meeting (virtually or in-person), when held. Chapter meetings are not held in December.
  • Sponsorship fee will allow up to two (2) meeting attendees (ACP members or non-members) from the sponsor organization at no additional cost for one (1) meeting.  Any additional sponsor attendees who are not ACP members will be charged at the visitor rate. The first time guest policy does not apply.
  • Sponsor will be given ten (10) minutes prior to one (1) chapter meeting to speak or present to the membership about the company’s products and/or services, and/or share their company’s experiences with the group.
  • For in-person meetings, a table will be set up for the sponsor for one (1) meeting to set up literature, flyers, etc. Sponsor can have giveaways/tchotchkes for the attendees (We can’t give you a list of attendees, but you can collect business cards for a giveaway.)

Please visit our LinkedIn page for current job postings



COVID Related

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) EMPLOYER RESOURCE TOOLKIT - Summaries of Government Programs, Sample Policies, Forms, Checklists, and more 

Tips for Wearing Masks and Gloves

COVID-19 Positive: A Recordable Illness for Employers

Organizational Risk: The Wrong Companies for Coronavirus Disinfecting

The Importance of Handwashing

Disinfection After a Coronavirus Outbreak

Florida Health - What you need to know now about COVID-19 in Florida

Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19


City of Tampa Works to Flatten the Curve Using Trending Digital Tools

Tampa, Fla. (March 22, 2020) – In an effort to keep all residents informed on coronavirus, the City of Tampa is using its full tool belt of communication tools to effectively reach audiences of all ages.

In addition to FacebookTwitter & a new COVID-19 web platform, the City of Tampa is reaching its audiences via:

  • New influencer marketing campaign, #HappyAtHomeTPA, on Instagram Stories, collaborating with Tampa Bay’s top creators to share activities while social distancing. To participate, simply tag #HappyAtHomeTPA and @cityoftampa in an Instagram Story. 
  • //;language=en&timestamp=1580583970&utm_campaign=client_share&app=musically&utm_medium=ios&user_id=6782268384840696837&tt_from=copy&utm_source=copy&source=h5_m">TikTok videos, featuring Mayor Jane Castor, Tampa Police Department & Tampa Fire Rescue
  • Spotify playlist, featuring songs with a social distance theme.
  • Video PSAs, featuring Mayor Jane Castor with four key steps to flatten the curve

Residents are also encouraged to text TAMPAREADY or TAMPALISTA to 888-777 for emergency alerts and TAMPABIZ to 888-777 for business relief alerts. 


General Resources and Useful Links

CPR Reference and Training

NOAA Spring Weather Safety

Climate Change Preparedness for Small Businesses

Tropical Storm Sandy's Effect on Small Businesses

FM Global Survey of Companies After 2017 Hurricanes

American Red Cross Safe and Well Program

Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center

Guidance for Developing a Fuel Contingency Plan

Ultimate Security: All About Homeland Security - Thanks to Jerry & Ms. Huber's class for this great article!

Business Continuity Planning Suite Download Instructions

Non-Federal Continuity Plan Template and Instructions

Tampa Bay All Hazards Guide for Businesses 2015

Florida Division of Disease Control & Health Protection Measles Update Feb 2015

Measles Awareness and Mitigation

Disaster Recovery Journal

Disaster Resource Guide

National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive

Florida Department of Emergency Management - Building a Business Continuity Plan

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Post-DRJ Meeting

March 2018 - Dr. Robert Chandler and ACP National Chair Scott Ream

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