10 Reasons to Attend the Arizona Association of REALTORS® Spring Convention

by Sue Flucke on February 21, 2013

Hello! While it’s still winter around most of our state, it’s time to think spring. This year, AAR has decided to move our annual Winter Conference to spring and with it comes a new location and more opportunities for education, networking and some fun in the sun!

Here are 10 reasons to attend AAR’s Spring Convention:

10. It’s held at the Casino Del Sol in Tucson. Spa – check! Karaoke – check! Casino – check!

Casino Del Sol

9. You’ll have lunch with not just any Callaway, but Those Callaways!

8. If you register by February 25, you’re automatically entered to win an iPad mini or a Nexus 7.

7. With 21 “power sessions” to choose from you’ll be a tech guru in no time.

6. This year, we’ll feature a vendor expo and a chance to meet some of today’s leading affiliates.

5. For $289 you could pay for a teeth-cleaning at the dentist or a full-convention pass. Three days of c/e, designations, lunches, dinners and coffee! You decide.

4. Networking. Networking. Networking. It only takes a few moments to connect with a potential referral!

3. It’s never too late to get started on that New Year’s resolution.

2. Our speakers and instructors are some of Arizona’s best and brightest.

1. Some things you just have to see to believe.

Hope to see you there!

Register here:  http://www.aaronline.com/springconvention/


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Sue Flucke

Sue Flucke, CRB, GRI, rCRMS is the 2013 President of the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR). She has been in real estate for over 20 years and is currently director/managing broker for Keller Williams Realty Professional Partners Property Management Division in Goodyear & Glendale. Sue runs 2 offices in the Phoenix metro area and specializes in training property managers and agents. Sue is a Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB), Certified Risk Management Specialist (rCRMS), Graduate of the REALTOR® Institute (GRI) and member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM). Sue has chaired several committees, including AAR’s 2008 Government Affairs Committee, 2007 RAPAC Trustees Committee and Risk Management Committee Task Force responsible for the association’s first standardized property management agreement and ongoing forms.

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