âEstablishing solid literacy skills early in life is critical to personal success and RIMS is pleased to have the opportunity to provide children with better access to books and reading materials,â says Terry Fleming, RIMS president and director, division of risk management for Montgomery County, Maryland. âWe thank all conference attendees and exhibitors who will take part in this important event. We also extend a special thanks to Aon, a generous supporter of RIMS Community Service Day.â
RIMS 2010 attendees and their guests are invited to take part in this event. Those unable to participate can do their part to encourage literacy and share the magic of reading by donating a childrenâs book. RIMS will be collecting books from Sunday, April 25Â to Tuesday, April 27 near the Bookstore located at the BCEC Level 1; NE Lobby A. Books will also be collectedÂ at the Aon booth #1501.
"Aon is committed to not only helping businesses manageÂ their risks on a daily basis, but fosteringÂ innovative and fact-based ideas toÂ help clients grow," says Doug Turk, executive vice president at Aon Corporation. "AonÂ colleagues are united in our efforts to serve the local communities in which we work, includingÂ Boston, and we applaud these to provide children with the tools they need to spark ideas and succeed."
More information on RIMS 2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition is available online at www.RIMS.org/RIMS2010.