Sentry Community Association Managers, the Vice President of the division, and other staff members recently attended the Community Association Institute (CAI) Vendor Expo in Baltimore, MD.
“It was a great day for Sentry Management at the 2018 CAI Chesapeake Chapter Expo this year. Many thanks to those of you that stopped by our booth to learn more about Sentry Management,” Todd Wawrzeniak, Division Vice President said.
The event had over 200 attendees this year, with over 70 vendor booths. The schedule for the day included a 2-hour morning program titled Community Feud, and a 4-hour trade show and afternoon seminars.
“This is a great event for association management companies like ours, and current or future HOA/COA Board members. This was another successful Expo and we look forward to 2019!” stated Todd.
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