Sentry Management in Naples, FL will be sponsoring a booth at the upcoming CAI South Gulf Coast Trade Expo. This yearly expo is one of the largest in South West Florida and it continues to grow.
This year’s trade expo will be held on April 4, 2018 at the Alico Arena, located on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, FL. The event is bigger than ever, with over 100 vendors set to attend.
This is an exceedingly beneficial event for Community Association Managers, Homeowner Association members, and homeowners alike, with lots of great information provided in the field of Community Management.
Among the list of scheduled events is the 2018 Legal Update course, taught by Attorney Rob Samouce of Samouce & Gal and an HOA Board Certification course, taught by Attorney Sarah Spector of Roetzel & Andress.
“I’ve been coming to the CAI-SGCC for the past 15 years and have Co-Chaired the event for over 5 years. It’s a really great event for community managers, board members, and homeowners alike. I would highly recommend this event to any community management professional, it’s a great source of information and a wonderful networking opportunity.” Valerie Hoover, Division Manager of Sentry Management Naples said.
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