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Associated Risk Managers (ARM) Annual National Conference: April 30 – May 1, 2013


ARM is pleased to announce the date and tentative schedule for the 2013 Associated Risk Managers (ARM) National Conference.

Itasca, IL (PRWEB) October 25, 2012

The 2013 ARM National Conference will be held April 30 through May 1 at The Westin Indianapolis, 50 S. Capitol Avenue, in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The tentative schedule of events includes the annual board meeting, shareholders meeting, general session and breakout sessions. The conference will also include a trade fair and roundtable networking events. Industry leaders will head the sessions.

Currently, the schedule is as follows . . .

8:00 am    ARM National Board of Directors Meeting
11:30 am    ARM National Shareholders Meeting
1:00 pm    General Session
6:00 pm    Welcome Reception

8:00 am    Breakout Sessions
12:00 pm    Trade Fair and Luncheon
1:30 pm    Roundtable Networking
6:00 pm    Offsite event: to be announced

"The ARM conference gives our members the opportunity to gain in-depth information about ARM's many valuable programs – the proven performers as well as the cutting edge new ones – and to meet the people behind those programs”, says ARM Chairman Brenda Case. “Another tremendous value - often underappreciated - is the chance to network and exchange ideas with our membership of highly professional agents and industry leaders from across the country. It is through the strength of these connections that we continue to enhance the value of our agencies through a variety of powerful benefits. “Strong as MANY, Powerful as ONE.”

About ARM:
ARM is the nation's foremost independent agency network, representing over 200 independent member organizations, 22 states, and $4 billion annually in premium volume. For more information on ARM, contact Scott Spangler, ARM Partners, Two Pierce Place, 20th Floor, Itasca, IL 60143-3141. Phone: 630-285-4324. Strong as Many. Powerful as One.

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