The Pasco-North Tampa Division of Sentry Management will be sponsoring a booth at the upcoming Suncoast Chapter of CAI Community Associations Day & Trade Show.
This year’s trade expo will be held on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at The Coliseum located in St. Petersburg, FL. The event grows larger every year, and exhibitor booth space is already sold out.
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.
“Our company participation in the Suncoast CAI trade shows have truly proven to be beneficial for our team. The opportunity to meet local vendors, attend education sessions, interact with peers and most importantly meet current or possibly future Board Members always makes this a can’t miss event,” Tom Conner, Division Manager of Sentry Management Tampa North said.
The event will include educational seminars, update classes, vendors on display that specialize in association services and more. Home owners that live in a Community Association are encouraged to attend the event.
“It is truly beneficial no matter what role you play, the event gives you opportunity to have fun and actually learn something at the same time,” said Tom.
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