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Sentry Loudoun to Participate in the Upcoming WMCCAI Conference & Expo

WMCCAI Conference Expo

Sentry Management in Loudoun, VA will be sponsoring a booth at the  WMCCAI’s Conference & Expo. This conference is the largest gathering of community association managers and professionals throughout all of the CAI chapters in the world.

This year’s event will be held on March 10, 2018 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center located in downtown D.C. The conference will include over 15 different education sessions throughout the day.

Community association professionals will have the opportunity to meet with community association industry leaders, earn continuing education credits, and learn great tips on increasing community involvement.

“I’ve been coming to the WMCCAI C&E for almost 15 years and the number of exhibitors continues to grow. It’s always good to catch up in person with business partners and to introduce clients to the wide range of available community association related business expertise,” Dave Ciccarelli, Vice President of Virginia said.

Sentry Management is one of over 200 companies that will exhibit at the event. In 2017, there were over 2,100 community association industry professionals in attendance and 750 exhibitors. The type of exhibitors in attendance will include community management and property management companies.


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