Champions Sports Bar
100 West Trade Street
8:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19, 2012
The North Carolina Chapter of the Community Association Institute is holding its Annual Conference, Educational Seminars and Trade Show on Friday, October 19, 2012 at the Marriott Center City, in uptown Charlotte.
CAI continues to provide professional development, legislative advocacy, and “Board of Directors 101” for conference participants. Educational opportunities include the latest in technology, ideas and practices that encourage successful operation and management of residential common interest housing and relevant legislative updates.
Whether you serve on a board of directors, volunteer on a committee or live in an HOA, this is an event you will not want to miss. CAI membership is not required to attend this event.
This year’s trade show will boast trusted and service-oriented business participants, with educational materials regarding all of the latest in community living as well as important legislative changes that effect HOAs.
About the Conference and Trade Show
Registration will include educational seminars, a tangible resource guide, a catered awards luncheon, and trade show.
• Date: Oct. 19, 2012
• Time: 8:00am- 4:00pm
• Entry Fee: $59 for CAI members; $79 for non-CAI members
• Tradeshow Exhibitors: 60+
An evening social event will be open to all participants, the night before the CAI Conference. This social will be hosted at Black Finn, an upscale sports bar in The EpiCentre, on Thursday, October 18th.
Please contact Sara Stubbins at the NC Chapter of CAI at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and register online at www.cai-nc.org.
ABOUT NC CAI
CAI is the nation’s voice for condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations. Members include: condominium and homeowner associations, cooperatives, and planned communities of all sizes; community managers and property management firms; individual homeowners; lawyers, accountants, engineers, builders/developers and other providers of professional services and products for community associations. CAI was formed to provide education, legislative advocacy, and to act as a clearinghouse for ideas and practices that encourage the successful operation and management of all types of residential common interest housing. For more information about the NC-CAI, visit: www.cai-nc.org.