The Sentry Indianapolis office recently hosted a Board Member Appreciation event with over 40 local HOA and condominium Board Members and vendors in attendance.
The theme for the event was a Hawaiian Luau and the purpose of the event was to show how the Sentry Indianapolis appreciates the individuals that volunteer to serve their Associations.
Attendees had the chance to meet with their Community Association Managers, fellow Board members, local vendors, and the Indianapolis Division Manager, Cristy McKinney.
“It is our pleasure to put on a fun event where our board members and vendors can come to enjoy themselves away from the boardroom. It is a small token to show how we appreciate their business and the time that they dedicate to helping the communities that they live in,” Cristy explained.
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