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Lessons Learned From Sandy!

TriCounty Independent Insurance Agents Association

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

Lessons Learned From Sandy!

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Dinner Ticket Ended $68.00 $0.00
Dinner Sponsorship Ended $275.00 $0.00
Special Guest & Sponsor Rep Ended Free $0.00

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Lessons Learned From Sandy!

Don’t Get Flooded With Complaints Again!

      Know Your Options!


Thursday February 28, 2013

This will be a combined dinner meeting with members of CIBGNY. 

Be sure to bring your producers & CSR’s – be ready for ‘the next time’. 

Special Guest Speakers:

Walt McGuckin, NFIP Region II Manager

Bob Haraksin, Selective Flood Manager for Long Island


Jeff Greenfield,  Principal, NGL Group



5:15pm  Check-In   *  5:30 pm Cocktail Hour  *   6:30 pm Dinner & Program



$68.00 per person



Roma View (Empress Room) 

160-05 Cross Bay Blvd, Howard Beach


REGISTER ON-LINE AT   www.tricountyagents.com


Reservations must be in by February 22, 2013


Event Questions?  Contact Pat Calvert  516-621-2209  - calvertpc@aol.com

Registration questions? Contact Jeanne Abatelli 516-681-6265 –injeanious1@verizon.net 

Have questions about Lessons Learned From Sandy!? Contact TriCounty Independent Insurance Agents Association

When & Where

Roma View
160-5 Crossbay Boulevard
New York, NY 11414

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

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TriCounty Independent Insurance Agents Association

A trade organization comprised of independent insurance agents and brokers in Nassau, Queens and Kings counties, New York.

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