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  • ACE exhibits at the National Association of School Nurses Conference

    Posted July 10, 2018

    Baltimore, MD – ACE attended the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Conference this past weekend. The conference aims to educate school nurses on evolving trends and practices about student health. This year marked their 50th conference with over 1,200 attendees from across the country.

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  • National Food Truck Day

    ACE Participates in National Food Truck Day

    Posted July 3, 2018

    On June 29th, ACE participated in the 3rd annual National Food Truck Day. Since its beginning in Arlington, Texas, National Food Truck Day has expanded to more than 20 major cities and includes over 800 participating food trucks. ACE joined the festivities by passing out flyers on worker safety,...

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  • ACE Attends National Organization for Youth Safety Annual Meeting

    Posted June 13, 2018

    ACE Attends National Organization of Youth Safety Annual Meeting FALL CHURCH, VA—On June 5, 2018, the ACE team attended the National Organizations for Youth Safety’s (NOYS) Annual Meeting in Fall Church, Virginia. Kicking off the event was April Rai, NOYS CEO, who highlighted the importance of its...

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  • ACE Restructures Programs to Meet Consumer Needs

    Posted May 25, 2018

    The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) announced its program restructure at the Household and Commercial Products Association’s (HCPA) Mid-Year Meeting at National Harbor in Maryland. Programs, campaigns, and initiatives will now fall under two categories, Consumer Care and Health and Wellbeing...

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  • "Deodorant Challenge" Contributes to Growing Trend of Product Abuse

    Posted May 10, 2018

    In the past year, the Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) has witnessed an increase in Internet-fueled “challenges” involving product abuse.  Such “challenges” encourage children, teens, and even adults to put themselves and others at risk by misusing and abusing products.  The “Deodorant...

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