1 ASID Alabama ♦ Perspectives ♦ Winter 2009
WHAT’S INSIDE: CALENDAR OF EVENTS
3 President’s Message
3 New Members March 2009
4 ASID Alabama Member Honored by 20 Board of Directors Meeting
NCIDQ 9:00 AM Teleconference
4 ASID Membership Fee Options
5 Legislative Update April 2009
6 Alabama CEU Requirements 3-4 NCIDQ Spring 2009 Exam
7 ASID Alabama Design of Distinction
2009 Awards 30 Board of Directors Meeting
9 2009 ASID Alabama State Conference The Beach Club, Gulf Shores, AL
And Annual Member Meeting
11 Alabama Interior Design Coalition May 2009
Member Enrollment Form 1-2 ASID Alabama State Conference and
Annual Member Meeting Gulf Shores,
The Board of Directors now have e-mail address Alabama
where they can be reached at any time. Please
feel free to contact us with any question, 8 Spring 2009 Perspectives
comment, or suggestion. Deadline for submission of articles or
ASID Alabama - Board of Directors
President: July 2009
Perry Umphrey, ASID 10 Board of Directors Meeting
President@asidal.com 9:00 AM Teleconference
Susan Pendleton, ASID 24 Summer 2009 Perspectives Deadline for
President_Elect@asidal.com submission of articles or photographs
Financial Director: For more information on any of these events,
Betsy Keller, ASID please contact the office at
Professional Development Director:
Carla Hall, ASID ON THE COVER:
Professional_Development@asidal.com Lynne Dunn, ASID, Kyser Office Works in
Communications Director: Montgomery, winner of the Corporate design
Bryant Williams, Allied Member ASID category in the 2008 Design of Distinction awards.
Membership Director: If you would like to submit a photo for the cover
Gina Kitchens, Allied Member ASID please contact the office at:
Director at Large: OR
R. Martin Choate, ASID Industry Partner ASID Alabama
At_Large_Dir@asidal.com P.O. Box 10983
Student Representative to the Board: Birmingham, AL 35202
Mary Cowan, Student Member ASID Phone: 205-441-8187
Student_Rep@asidal.com Website: www.asidal.com
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WELCOME TO ASID ALABAMA!!
President’s Message Professional:
Laurie Echols, North Central Design Community
Greetings fellow Interior Designers!!
Now more than ever we need to stand strong Allied:
as an organization and show our pride in our Courtney Henson, North Design Community
profession. Very soon we will be Perry Umphrey, ASID Andrea Kocher, South Design Community
bombarded by several groups of people that Chapter President
feel interior design is something anyone 2008—2009
can do properly. It is our time to make sure
our clients and future clients know who and what we are all Auburn University
about. Margaret Albritton Danielle Kessler
Melissa Austin Jamie Krywicki
These factions are telling everyone that Molly Austin Lindsey Krzeminski
… time to make we (ASID) are trying to destroy the
Sarah Bonn Meghan Medford
sure our clients decorator’s livelihood. Much to the
contrary, we as registered designers are
Anna Campbell Katie O'Brien
and future clients Elizabeth Christopher Meredith Olsen
proud of our education and
know who and accomplishments which includes Kacey Clark Emily Richards
what we are all passing the NCIDQ exam or striving to Kendall Clark Lauren Sanders
about. accomplish it, and just want to make Caroline Davis Shellie Sauls
sure everyone is aware of the level of Kristina Dudley Rachel Setzler
professionalism we possess. With that said let me ask that we Megan George Lauren Shaw
wear our pride on our sleeves. Make sure your vendors know you Laura Giles Chae Sprague
are an ASID member and are state registered. Make it a point to Sarah Green Ashley Strickland
come to gatherings, whether it is a CEU or just a networking Katie Hampton Erin Strickney
event. I know with our busy lives it can be hard, but if everyone
makes an attempt to come to just one gathering it would be
great! Mississippi State University
Please thank those industry partners that proudly display their Meagan Jordan
University of Alabama
With that said, I hope to see a great turnout for the state Caroline Campbell
conference this spring; you will have the opportunity to
complete .06 hours of CEU time in one weekend! University of Montevallo
We at the state level are embarking on a new endeavor in Stephanie Hughes
conjunction with IIDA, AIA, and several of the engineer and
contractor organizations called ACE. It is a mentoring program Virginia College
for high school students. Please take a look at the information Charles Byars William McNider
on line when you have time. http://www.acementor.org/495.
http://www.acementor.org/495. Alicia Griffin Stefanie Russell
There will be a cocktail networking party soon for the Heather Hendon Natalie Spradlin
Birmingham area group. Keep a look out for it!! Susan Markovitz Becky Stafford
The state Design of Distinction is upon us again. Please submit Hali McDonald
your work for the competition! I feel we have some of the best
designers in our state and it brings pride to show it off to the Unafilliated
world! Kate Killebrew
Remember: Good Design is not an accident Industry Partners:
Perry Umphrey, ASID Farmboy Fine Arts & Design, Brent O’Connor
Triton Stone Group, Sam Nasser
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Shirley Hammond, Alabama Interior Designer, Presented with NCIDQ's 2008 Tregre Award
December 4, 2008
WASHINGTON, DC - The National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) presented the Louis S. Tregre Award to
Shirley Hammond during the 2008 Annual Council of Delegates meeting last month in Kansas City, Missouri. The award
recognizes an individual for outstanding volunteer service at the grassroots level in support of the NCIDQ's mission to
protect the health, life safety and welfare of the public by establishing standards of competence in the practice of interior
The award was created in 1991 to honor the memory of Louis Tregre, a founding director and first president of NCIDQ. He
worked tirelessly, beginning in the late 1960s until his death in 1991, to form an
… tireless in her independent, autonomous organization to develop standards and guidelines for determining
competency in the practice of interior design.
commitment and has
shown that same Hammond is the owner of Perceptive Designs in Decatur, Alabama. She has been actively
dedication in her involved with NCIDQ for many years. She was appointed to the Alabama State Board for
Registration of Interior Design, where she served for five years. In 2002, she served as
volunteer activities NCIDQ's President and has continued to serve on numerous Council committees and task
with NCIDQ. forces. She continues to advocate for NCIDQ as a speaker and mentor to emerging
"The power of what NCIDQ can do to transform the built environment is just beginning," Hammond told the assembled
delegates. "NCIDQ may be the very catalyst for saving our planet through protecting the public by testing, for example,
interior design knowledge of renewable, sustainable and green design. NCIDQ is the model for the United States and Canada
and therefore, the model for the world. Qualified interior designers represent the best in the world and have the opportunity
to lead the world into better places, safer places--quality spaces."
Presenting the award, NCIDQ President Sandra Friend said, "Shirley's persistence and determination as a champion for the
public's safety captured the attention of lawmakers in Alabama when she was a founding member of the coalition that wrote
interior design practice legislation. She was tireless in her commitment and has shown that same dedication in her
volunteer activities with NCIDQ. She continues to speak with legislators, professionals and students about NCIDQ as the
benchmark of professionalism for interior designers. When asked to assist, Shirley's first response is always 'How can I
help?' This sort of on-the-ground spirit embodies the spirit of Louis S. Tregre's original vision for NCIDQ."
Finding it Hard to Pay Your Dues? Consider This ...
All practitioner members have the option of signing up for a monthly debit on their credit card. This will reduce the initial outlay of
money to renew your membership and allow you to divide the overall dues amount across 12 months. You may sign up for this
program either when you renew online or via the mailed invoice. The debit will continue until you notify ASID in writing that you
would like it to stop.
Beyond the monthly debit option, below are a few special statuses and incentives that may apply. To take advantage of these
opportunities or for more options contact ASID Customer Service at email@example.com.
All Practitioner Members:
• LEED or AAHID Exam: ASID provides a one time $100 discount of dues when a practitioner member notifies us of their passage
of the LEED or AAHID exams within one year.
• Professional Inactive: If you are not practicing interior design but want to continue your involvement in ASID this status is for
you. Dues are $250 annually and the status must be renewed each year.
• Professional Retired: If you are at least 65 years of age, have been a member of ASID for 20 year and no longer practice
interior design, you are eligible for retired status. The cost for this status is $95.
• NCIDQ Dues Waiver: Active Allied members who notify ASID of NCIDQ passage within one year will be given their first year of
Professional dues for free. Proof of passage must be shown through an NCIDQ certificate number.
• Leave of Absence: Allied members who are not practicing interior design may go on a leave of absence for a period of up to
three years across the lifetime of their membership. The dues rate is one half of the full dues rate.
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AIDC Proposes New Legislation and Opposition Rises
The Alabama Interior Design Coalition is currently working on new proposed interior design legislation for this
legislative session. This new legislation is in the process of being negotiated with various entities and is
constantly evolving; however, it will resolve the issues that prompted unfavorable verdicts in the court system,
and will also reconcile the concerns of those who opposed our current law (see below). Although this new
legislation makes numerous concessions, there is still active opposition to any form of interior design legislation in
the State of Alabama. Once again, we find our profession under attack by the same group we have seen in the
past. Many in this group do not understand our current law or the proposed legislation, and are only going on what
is told to them by their more aggressive members. While certain persons in this group are determined to see the
licensure of interior designers disappear in Alabama others seem to be more understanding once the law is
properly explained. One elected official who recently voted against our legislation stated the reason she voted
negatively was because of the letters and calls she received from the opposition in her district. It is time for all
concerned interior designers and citizens to take action in support of protecting the health, safety and welfare of
The opposition's main argument is that interior designers do not affect the health, safety, and welfare of the public
and do not need to be regulated. It has been shown that furnishings and finishes
are major contributors to accelerants and toxic gases in deadly fires, so this is … interior designers do
certainly an uninformed position. If you are so inclined, we need all the support not affect the health,
we can get through phone calls and letters to our elected officials in Montgomery.
safety, and welfare of
Please contact only your representatives, both senate and house, from your place
of residence and your place of business and ask them to support the Interior the public and do not
Design Consumer Protection Act; for the senate - #SB344, and for the house - need to be regulated.
#HB491. Use the appropriate bill # for each representative. You can call (fastest)
or write. They only look at whose stack is higher - support or opposition - in order to decide their vote, so EVERY
contact is important. You can find your legislators through this link - <http://www.legislature.state.al.us/
index.html> (look in the dark blue bar on the left where you can find your legislators by zip code).
Furthermore, every designer who values their license should join, support, and be active in AIDC. This is your
ONLY defense against what goes on down at the State House on a daily basis. This is simply a necessary function
in today's business environment as none of us can afford to leave our real jobs to watch our backs down at the
State House 24/7 - and that is what it takes. AIDC membership is only $35.00. If you are not already a member,
please fill in the attached form and mail to the AIDC address on the form. They also will appreciate any extra
donations, which go to pay the lobbyist and the attorney who help us protect our licensure and write and
Following are bullet points to explain the new 2009 proposed Interior Design bill:
•This law only applies to Licensed Interior Designers to establish code-required credentials for seal and submission of
construction documents on projects under 5001 square feet, and/or who are business owners in partnership with architects
or professional engineers.
•The title “Interior Designer” or “Designer” is not restricted.
•It will not affect the right of NKBA members to practice their profession.
•It will not affect right of those who are interior designers to practice their profession.
•The title “Interior Designer” in the previous 2001 law is amended to “Licensed Interior Designer” (LID) in the new
legislation. The definition has been revised to show the technical aspects of our profession. The term Interior Designer is
too broad and cannot be protected.
•The State Board will now be The Alabama Board for Licensed Interior Designers.
•The language in the proposed legislation has been condensed into a statute that is more easily understood and easier to
navigate. It also addresses the legislature and Supreme Court’s instruction regarding the rights of allied professions.
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Do You Know the CEU Requirements for State Registration Renewal?
• 8 CEU hours are required for each reporting period.
• Reporting periods run October 1 through September 30 each year.
• All CEU’s must be pertinent to Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) of the public.
• At least one (1) CEU must be related to Codes & Standards.
• Courses with the IDCEC Subject Code Index numbers 8.2 and 8.5 DO NOT meet the HSW requirement.
• 4 hours must be through a structured course offered in a classroom setting. 4 hours can be self directed or
• It is the responsibility of each registrant to submit appropriate documentation and proof of participation for
continuing education credits (i.e. certificates of completion, NCIDQ transcripts, etc.).
• First-time registrants are exempt from continuing education requirements until the reporting period following their
first renewal date.
Structured Course Study.
• Proof of completion or transcripts with course information provided by the presenter or institution must be submitted
for all structured CEU courses.
• A structured course is a board-approved course that is awarded continuing education credits, offered in a classroom
setting, and is presented by qualified professional individuals. Delivery methods may include lecture, multi-media,
panel discussions, application of skill, or instructional tours such as the following:
♦ Attending professional or technical CEU presentations at professional association meetings (i.e. ASID),
conventions, or conferences.
♦ Attending in-house CEU programs sponsored by corporations or other organizations related to the profession of
♦ Successfully completing seminars, tutorials, or short courses related to the interior design profession.
Self-Directed or Independent Study.
• Proof of participation, proof of completion, and a brief description of
• the activity as it relates to HSW issues must be included with the Continuing
• Education Report Form.
• Self-directed activities may include:
♦ Successfully completing interior design-related HSW courses offered on-line, by correspondence courses, by
televised courses, or by videotaped courses.
♦ Gaining certification through examination from design-related organizations such as LEED, Construction Specifiers
Institute (CSI), etc. will earn 4 self - directed hours per reporting period for each certification. Annual renewals
will not be accepted. Subsequent advanced or specialized certifications requiring additional examinations will be
accepted. NOTE: The NCIDQ examination (or any future examination approved by the Board which is required for
registration) is NOT accepted for CEU credits.
♦ Making professional or technical HSW CEU presentations at public professional association (i.e. ASID) meetings,
conventions, or conferences will earn 4 self - directed hours per reporting period
♦ for all presentations combined. In-house presentations are not accepted. Proof of instruction shall be provided.
♦ Actively participating in an Alabama Chapter of an interior design practice-related society or organization (i.e.
ASID) as an elected officer or elected director will earn 2 self - directed hours for all activities combined per
♦ Publishing professional journal research articles, research papers, or books on HSW issues or topics will earn 4
self - directed hours per reporting period for all published items combined. Proof of publication and the date is
The following organizations sponsor many structured and on-line courses that will qualify for HSW approval by the
board (please note that not all courses provided by these organizations will qualify):
ASID - American Society of Interior Designers IDCEC - Interior Design Educators Council
IIDA – International Interior Design Association NCIDQ - National Council for Interior Design Qualification
NKBA – National Kitchen and Bath Association AIA – American Institute for Architects
CSI – Construction Specifiers Institute
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ALABAMA CHAPTER 2009 INTERIOR DESIGN COMPETITION
The Alabama Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers invites all registered chapter members in good
standing to submit projects to its annual Interior Design Competition. ASID Alabama takes great pride in recognizing the
outstanding contributions to design and innovation made by our talented members. This year’s award winners will be
announced at the Black & White Gala on Saturday May 2nd, 2009 at the Beach Club, Orange Beach, Alabama.
Entry requirements: ASID Alabama must ASID members: $40.00 per entry.
Any chapter design professional who is an receive completed Kits will not be mailed until payment is
ASID member in good standing may submit entries by 4:00pm received.
design work completed and built after January Friday, March 20th, Kits may be requested until March 1st.
1, 2007. Projects that have been previously 2009. Late entries will Make all checks payable to: ASID Alabama.
entered but were unsuccessful in winning an not be accepted.
award may be resubmitted one additional time. Please submit entry
Please submit all questions to: forms and fees to:
Cindee Benson Holladay, ASID ASID Alabama
Entry Number /Entry Kits:
205.706.4618 P.O. Box 10983
Your entry number and kits will be mailed upon
receipt of your entry form and fees. Birmingham, AL 35202
Residential: New construction or renovation of a
Residential: Commercial: New construction or renovation from one of
primary living space, or vacation residence. the following categories.
Residential – Small (under 3000 square feet) Corporate
Shall include dining, living, bedroom and bath Offices, business lobbies, financial institutions.
Residential – Large (over 3000 square feet) Institutional
Shall include dining, living, bedroom and bath Educational, religious, municipal spaces.
Residential – Single Space Hospitality
Any permanent single space (cannot be entered in any Hotels, restaurants, resorts, bars, clubs and spas
Kitchen Department stores, shopping centers, specialty retail
Any new construction or renovation (cannot be entered spaces
in any other category)
Bath Hospitals, medical offices, geriatric care facilities,
Any new construction or renovation (cannot be entered retirement residences, specialty health care facilities.
in any other category)
Residential or commercial spaces that clearly demonstrate sensitivity and the use of elements that make up Universal
Historic Preservation, Restoration and Adaptive Reuse
Residential or commercial spaces. Before and after photos are recommended for this category.
Show House rooms, showrooms, special events.
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2009 DESIGN COMPETITION
1. RESIDENTAL SMALL 10. HEALTH CARE
2. RESIDENTAL LARGE 11. UNIVERSAL DESIGN
3. SINGLE SPACE RESIDENTAL 12. HISTORIC PRESERVATION
4. KITCHEN 13. TEMPORARY SPACES
5. BATH 14. STUDENT COMPETITION
THIS IS ONLY THE APPLICATION FOR THE COMPETITION
Your entry kit and number will be sent to you upon receipt of your entry form.
Submit all questions to:
Cindee Benson Holladay, ASID
Mail all forms and entry fees to:
P.O. Box 10983
Birmingham, AL 35202
Make checks to ASID Alabama
ASID Alabama must receive completed entries by 4:00 PM Friday March 20th,
2009. Late entries will not be accepted.
Please complete the following, detach and mail to the address shown above:
DESIGNER NAME ASID ID #
ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP
Student Competition - $20.00 per entry
AMOUNT ENCLOSED $__________________________________ Design Competition - $40.00 x # of entries
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ASID Alabama State Conference
and Member Meeting 2009
May 1st & 2nd, 2009 - Gulf Shores, Alabama
Friday May 1
10:00 - 11:00 AM Early Conference Registration
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM CEU #1 - “Indoor Air Quality” - Andy Anderson (0.1 hr)
12:30 PM Exhibits Open - Will be open throughout the day until 5:00 PM
12:30 - 1:30 PM Lunch/Networking (On your own)
2:00 - 3:00 PM Late Conference Registration
2:15 - 3:15 PM CEU #2 - “Sustainable Interior Environments” - The Mohawk Group (0.1 hr)
3:00 Hotel Check-In
2:30 - 4:30 PM Student Competition
6:00 PM Luau Reception with Heavy Appetizers
Saturday May 2
8:00 - 9:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 - 10:00 AM Exhibits & Time with our Industry Partners
9:00-10:00 AM Student Panel Discussion - Hospitality & Commercial
10:00 AM-12:00 PM CEU #3 - “Let the Genie out of the Bottle: Use Daylight Magically” - Jane Grosslight (0.2 hr)
12:00-1:30 PM Annual Member Meeting Luncheon
1:30-2:30 PM Exhibits & Time with our Industry Partners
2:30-3:30 PM Students - Succeeding after Graduation
2:30-4:30 PM CEU #4 - “The New ADA Codes” - Donna Kirby (0.2 hr)
3:30-4:30 PM Student Panel Discussion - Residential & Healthcare
6:00 - 7:00 PM Social Hour
2009 Design Awards Banquet - Black & White Gala (Black & White attire; Black Tie Optional)
7 - Until
The Beach Club offers a unique opportunity in accommodations with large suites containing 1 to 5 bedrooms. Each
suite contains a common living room, kitchen and each bedroom has its own dedicated bath. This allows you to save
money by sharing with a friend and still have privacy!
Reservations must be made prior to Wednesday April 1, 2009 by calling 1-866-229-7350 or 251-224-3351.
You must also mention the group name - ASID and group number 255857
The Hotel is located at 925 Beach Club Trail, Gulf Shores, Alabama 36542.
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“Indoor Air Quality” 11:30-
Instructor: Andy Anderson of Hall/Weir Associates IDCEC #4610 / Sub. Code 5.1 / 0.1 CEU
Description: How specifying different products and fabrics affect indoor quality. This course will prepare you in specifying the
appropriate products that will affect the well being of the consumer.
“Sustainable Interior Environments” 2:15-
Instructor: The Mohawk Group IDCEC #4406 / Subj. Code 2.12 / 0.1 CEU
Description: To gain a general knowledge of sustainable design as well as learn practical steps on how to begin deploying con-
cepts. Attendees will gain an understanding of the organizations that are influencing the marketplace and how they can par-
ticipate in helping shape the future. Additionally, attendees will receive an overview of sustainable design and why it is impor-
tant along with an overview of the USGBC and the various rating systems.
“Let the Genie out of the Bottle: Use Daylight Magically!” 10:00am-
Instructor: Jane Grosslight IDCEC #8030 / Subj. Code # 5.3 / 0.2 CEU
Description:Daylight comes either direct from the sun or indirectly from the sky. Either way interior designers can utilize the
beneficial effects of daylight for their clients’ advantage and save electrical energy use. In this interactive workshop, interior
designers will explore the causes and the cures for too little daylight, which include architectural, interior, and landscape, and
lighting schemes. In other cases, daylight is too hot and glaring. Interior designers will explore the geometry of sun-control
related to the altitude and azimuth of the sun. And learn what they can specify inside and out to ameliorate the sun’s effects.
Too little or too much daylight affects our use of electricity for either needing electric lighting during the day in order to see
and/or requiring air conditioning to remove sun’s heat in order to have a comfortable interior environment. Both conditions
put demands on electric production and exacerbate global warming. Interior designers can lead the way to magically manipu-
late daylight, letting the genie out of the bottle for everyone’s benefit!
“The New ADA Guidelines: What you need to know!” 2:30-
Instructor: Donna Kirby, ASID Distinguished Speaker IDCEC #7924 / Subj. Code # 6.1 / 0.2 CEU
Description: The focus for this class is on ADA Guidelines and ANSI A117.1 for building interiors. This class covers the changes
that were made with the Revision of the Americans with Disabilities Act, July 2004, and compares it to the ANSI documents
that are part of the 2006 International Building Code. It covers a brief history of accessible building codes and the general
building blocks needed for updated reach ranges, restroom clearances, and signage. The new ADA format is also reviewed and
discussed along with the inclusion of the Architectural Barriers Act. The class explains which jurisdictions have already
adopted the new ADA guidelines, which rules can be used immediately without adoption and which will have to wait for the
adoption of the building codes. If you do government design work or use the International Building Code 2003 or 2006, this
class is a must.
Find out what’s new in services and products available for the interior designer, meet our Industry Partners, and possibly win a
prize or two!
Reception Friday 6:00 PM
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet your fellow ASID Members and Industry Partners!
Student Panel Discussion - Hospitality and Commercial AM—
Saturday 9:00 AM—10:00 AM
Student Panel Discussion - Residential and Healthcare PM—
Saturday 3:30 PM—4:30 PM
Students will have the chance to ask those burning questions, get advice, and find out how to make the most of their career
through interaction with a panel of outstanding and successful professionals in the industry. Students are invited to attend all
events including CEU courses (based upon available seating).
ASID Alabama Annual Member Luncheon PM—
Saturday 12:00 PM—1:30 PM
The annual Member Meeting provides the ASID Alabama member the opportunity to learn what is going on in their chapter, get
up-dates, and voice questions and comments. All ASID members are welcome.
Design Awards & Banquet Saturday 7:00 PM
Black & White Gala. Once again ASID Alabama will recognize the outstanding designers in our state, and celebrate another
year of being the premier interior design organization in the country. Join us for an evening of fabulous dining and inspiring
For more information contact Bradley Logan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ASID Alabama State Conference
And Annual Member Meeting
Name: Please mail the completed form and
check, made payable to ASID Alabama,
Address: P.O. Box 10983
Birmingham, AL 35202
Circle one: ASID Member ASID Student Industry Partner Non-Member
Costs and Fees Prior to April 1, 2009 On or after April 1, 2009
Registration Fee $25.00 $35.00
ASID Members CEU Courses $25.00 per hour $35.00 per hour
Banquet $50.00 per person/guest $60.00 per person/guest
Entire Conference $30.00 per student $30.00 per student
ASID Student Members
Student guest (Banquet) $30.00 per person $30.00 per person
ASID Industry Partners Banquet $50.00 per person/guest $60.00 per person/guest
Registration Fee $50.00 $70.00
Non- CEU Courses $50.00 per hour $70.00 per hour
Banquet $100.00 per person $120.00 per person
EVENT / COURSE COST COST
(prior to (on/after Total
Check each you plan to attend. April 1) April 1)
Student Events $ 25.00 $ 25.00
(indicate any additional events you would like to attend at no further cost)
Course I: Members $ 25.00 $ 35.00
“Indoor Air Quality” Non-members $ 50.00 $ 70.00
Course II: Members $ 25.00 $ 35.00
“Sustainable Interior Environments” Non-members $ 50.00 $ 70.00
Course III: Members $ 50.00 $ 70.00
“Let the Genie out of the Bottle: Use Daylight Magically” Non-members $ 100.00 $ 140.00
Course IV: Members $ 50.00 $ 70.00
“The New ADA Codes” Non-members $ 100.00 $ 140.00
Awards Banquet (per person) Members/IP’s $ 50.00 $ 60.00
Number attending Non-members $ 85.00 $ 95.00
Total Amount Enclosed:
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2008-2009 AIDC Membership Application
City:_________________________________ State:_______ Zip:____________________
Business Phone:_________________ Fax:________________ Home:_______________
Professional Organizations (circle all that apply): IIDA ASID other:_____
Categories of Membership
Professional Member (NCIDQ certified) $35
Industry Sponsor Donation $__________(fill in amount)
Note: It is important that this membership contribution be collected in the fall prior to the legislative
winter and spring sessions. We encourage you to renew, join for the first time or plan for your
contribution during this time frame.
Please return this completed form along with your contribution payable to AIDC to:
Alabama Interior Design Coalition
PO BOX 130484
Birmingham, AL 35213.
Note: A portion of your membership fee is not deductible as a business expense. This portion relates
to lobbying expenses of AIDC.
AIDC protects the profession of Interior Design. Support your profession. Get involved!
ALABAMA INTERIOR DESIGN COALITION · PO BOX 130484 - BIRMINGHAM, AL 35213
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