As many as 1 in 6 people in CT live in a community that is governed by a Homeowners Association. In the next twelve months, these communities will collectively spend millions of dollars on goods and services right here in CT. How much of those purchases will be with your firm?
If you sell goods or provide services to our members, you should strongly consider becoming a CAI-CT advertiser. We have many ways for you to get your message across, including event sponsorships, trade shows exhibitions, and more traditional advertising in our magazine, directory and even on our website.
Most CAI events offer sponsorship opportunities to help your company promote a positive corporate image while establishing leadership in community association issues. Call to find out more at 860-633-5692.
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CAI suitcasing policy: CAI has a no-tolerance policy regarding “suitcasing,” which describes the practice by non-exhibiting/sponsoring companies or individuals of soliciting sales or sales leads in the conference hotel, on the tradeshow floor, in the aisles or lobbies and/or representing their services or soliciting conference participants for conflicting social activities. Non-exhibiting suppliers participating in the conference as attendees or speakers are prohibited from soliciting business on the tradeshow floor, in or after sessions or in the conference hotel. Violators of these policies will be ejected from the show and charged the single booth rate ($850), which must be paid prior to registering as an attendee, exhibitor or sponsor at any future CAI events.
CAI Connecticut Chapter
Contact: Kim McClain - Chapter Executive Director - Email: email@example.com
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