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Fort Myers Community Managers Attend Budgeting Class

Fort Myers Continuing Education Class

Valerie Hoover, Sentry Management Regional Vice President recently held a continuing education workshop for all Community Association Managers at the Fort Myers office.

During the workshop, managers reviewed the budget process from beginning to end. The class was offered to managers right before the beginning of the budget season in order to provide the best possible service for their Boards.

This is one in a series of continuing education classes that Sentry community managers attend throughout the year as a part of ongoing professional development.

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