How To Save $150 On the 2016 NAA Education Conference

Every year the National Apartment Association’s Annual Education Conference & Exposition is the biggest apartment industry event in the country. In 2015 over 9,000 people attended the conference in Las Vegas, NV to hear keynote speaker Jay Leno, to attend any of the dozens of educational sessions, and to visit a trade show floor that featured over a thousand top-notch vendors. On June 15-18, 2016 the conference will be held in San Francisco and will feature keynote speaker Michael Strahan and will have literally dozens of education sessions (see a schedule here) that will benefit you and your team.

To help make the conference as “do-able” as possible for our members, PTAA has arranged a huge discount on registrations for our members. If you register through us your registration rate will be $575 which is a $150 savings from what it would cost to register on your own. That’s a savings of over 20%!

Also, if you’re a member of another NAA affiliate in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee or Kentucky you should check with your local affiliate to see if they are offering the discount. If not you’re more than welcome to register through us as well. If you’re not a member of any affiliate or of NAA directly you can still get $150 off the non-member rate.

We’re all set up to accept registrations, so if you would like to register through us simply fill out our registration form – 2016 NAA Education Conference NC Group Discount Registration Form – and email it to Jon Lowder. Once we receive your order and payment we will send you a unique registration code for each of your registrants. Once they have their codes each person will be able to fill out their information online and reserve their room at one of the 39 hotels NAA has reserved for the conference.

So don’t delay and take advantage of this remarkable deal and experience the greatest multifamily industry show on Earth!


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