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Six Things Not to Miss in 2014

by Nigel Mendez, Carlson & Associates, Ltd.

Everyone knows that membership in CAI Minnesota comes with access to so many great opportunities. Here is a list that the Communication Committee came up with that we think you should not miss in 2014!

Trade Show

On February 20 CAI-MN takes over the Saint Paul RiverCentre for a newly reformatted trade show.  It starts at 2:00 pm with education programs for managers and volunteer leaders, transitions into a networking happy hour and concludes with the always popular vendor trade show.  This is one not to be missed!

Charitable Silent Auction

Keep 4-4-14 open on your calendar!  CAI-MN will hold its inaugural charitable partner event.  This year we have chosen to work with Minnesota Teen & Adult Challenge.  Not only will you get to enjoy incredible appetizers and fancy coffee drinks, but you will also get to stand alongside a great organization in our efforts to help people find freedom and a fresh start on life.  More details will be coming soon about this great volunteer opportunity to partake in along with your CAI friends.

Golf

Not much needs to be said about this! The always popular CAI-MN golf outing will be back again July 23, 2014. Hit the indoor driving ranges this winter and keep sharp. However, I’d recommend working on your long putting skills for a chance to win a big prize.

Vision Awards

The night when we recognize the exceptional work of our colleagues is being moved to October 23, 2014. This means you have a few additional months to really shine and get yourself nominated! This year’s Vision Awards is sure to be a classy celebration of people’s accomplishments, along with a pleasant evening of networking with industry peers.

Education Seminars

The manager seminar series continues to get rave reviews. And why not? It showcases speakers who are experts in their fields talking about issues that directly relate to HOAs!
For all you volunteer leaders, look to 2014 for even more CAVL programming to help you perform your duties more efficiently and successfully.

CAI-MN Website

The CAI website was recently revamped and is ready to help you connect with vendors, see what is going on with CAI, review handouts from past events, keep up to date on legislative action and more. You should make a point of checking the website regularly as it is regularly being updated with information you’ll find valuable.

Published by Community Associations Institute — Minnesota Chapter, copyright 2013. All articles and paid advertising represent the opinions of authors and advertisers and not necessarily the opinion of either Minnesota Community Living or CAI–Minnesota Chapter. The information contained within should not be construed as a recommendation for any course of action regarding financial, legal, accounting, or other professional services by the CAI–Minnesota Chapter, or by Minnesota Community Living, or its authors. Articles, letters to the editor, and advertising may be sent to Chapter Staff Editor Joanne Penn at joannep@cai-mn.com, or at CAI–Minnesota Chapter, 1000 Westgate Dr., Suite 252, St. Paul, MN 55114.

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