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IF YOU ARE A PROFESSIONAL OR A SERVICE PROVIDER---

THERE ARE MANY TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU TO REACH A POTENTIAL CLIENT BASE IN THE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS INDUSTRY BY PARTICIPATING IN:

  • Buy a hotlink directly to your company's website 
    Click here to download brochure
    Click here to download order form

  • Participating and sponsoring the Annual Golf Outing 
    (Coming March 2017) 

  • Exhibiting in the Annual October Expo
    (Coming June 2017)

  • Attending and sponsoring the Annual Holiday Social 
    (Coming August 2017) 

NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS PARTNERS!
The Chesapeake Chapter CAI has developed a "Free Coupon" that can be downloaded by any company and then personalized with their company's name and logo. Your company can send this coupon to all of your clients as an invitation to participate in any CAI Seminar or Event. When your clients register for this Event, the coupon would accompany their registration as their form of payment. The Chapter would then invoice you for whatever event your client chose to attend.

This enables you, the Business Partner, to be recognized as a Company who is progressive by introducing their clients to tremendous educational and networking opportunities that will help them in their role as Community Volunteer Leaders and Managers.

[Download Coupon Here]

SPONSOR A MANAGER!
The Neil Moreland Manager Scholarship Program 2017

Click here to download the sponsorship flyer 

 

DATABASE
The Chesapeake Chapter has over 900 contacts in its database.  Two-thirds of people polled nationally said they stay with a vendor because of a relationship they have cultivated with a person or company. 

Targeted marketing through sponsorships, advertising and involvement in chapter committees and programs enables you to reach hundreds of community association decision-makers, opening the door to new prospects and potentially increasing your revenue dramatically.  Your presence through our marketing opportunities is a direct line to community managers, association volunteer leaders, attorneys, landscapers, and other community association professionals.