IIABA’s “Big I” Convention, Young Agent Leadership Conference Set for October

February 24, 2004

The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) announced it will hold its annual convention and Young Agent Sales & Leadership Conference, Oct. 9-12, at the Swan and Dolphin Hotel, located on the world-famous Walt Disney World property in Orlando, Fla.

The Big “I” Convention will bring thousands of independent insurance agents and brokers, company representatives, and industry leaders to central Florida for a variety of nationally recognized business speakers, thought-provoking panel discussions, and insightful continuing education and educational workshops designed to improve agency and brokerage performance by providing agents and brokers tools to take their businesses to the next level.

Attendees also will have the opportunity to network with each other at the largest trade show in the insurance industry and during many other Big “I” convention events including the opening party and closing-night event.

Young agents and brokers from across the country will gather immediately before the Big “I” Convention, Oct. 8-10, for the Young Agent Sales & Leadership Conference. This event is designed to promote the importance of building sales and leadership skills and establishing networking contacts. Young agents and brokers from across the country, who comprise the future of the independent agency system, will gather for three days of educational training designed to mold the agency system leaders of tomorrow.

Plans for these two events are being finalized and more information will be announced in the coming weeks and months. To monitor updates for the convention, contact the Big “I” Convention Department at (800) 221-7917 or visit www.independentagent.com and click on the “Events & Conferences” link. For more information about the Young Agents Sales & Leadership Conference, contact Leslie Mularski at (800) 221-7917 or visit the “Events & Conferences” area of the IIABA homepage.

Online registration for both meetings begins March 1.

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