Sentry Management Kissimmee Division, will be a Gold sponsor and host a booth at the upcoming Central Florida CAI Trade Show: Peace & Love in the Association. This annual trade show welcomes homeowners, HOA board members, and community managers alike to participate in the event.
The trade show will take place on February 9, 2018 at the Swan & Dolphin resort in Lake Buena Vista,
and will offer free education classes for registered attendees.
The education classes will include board certification, legal panel and hurricane aftermath restoration.
This yearly event already has over 130 vendor expo booths to visit and is an exceedingly beneficial event for Community Association Managers, Homeowner Association members, and homeowners., with lots of great information provided concerning community management.
“I’ve been coming to the CAI Central Florida Trade Show for several years and have seen first-hand how beneficial it is for people in the condo and community management fields. I look forward to attending this year, as the event keeps growing and will be bigger than ever,” Sue Stewart, a Central Florida Vice President said.
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