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County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani Guest Speaker
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Dear Media Member,
We’d like to invite you to attend the upcoming luncheon where Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani will be a guest speaker. She will be giving an update on the economy in Clark County and Southern Nevada. She will be addressing the Nevada Chapter of the Community Associations Institute on October 8th at 11:30 am. The luncheon will be held in the Arizona Ballroom at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino.
Your attendance and any press coverage you and your organization can provide will be much appreciated.
CAI Volunteer Organizing Committee
Please Note: Members of the Media are welcome to attend.
For more information, contact Chris Snow at 702-648-8408 or [email protected]
About the Community Associations Institute
The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is a 31,000-member based international organization that represents homeowners and the neighborhoods in which they live. CAI provides education and resources to the Volunteer community leaders and professionals involved in the management of common–interest communities. The Nevada Chapter is one of 62 state and regional U.S. chapters. The Nevada Chapter serves the educational and business networking needs of volunteer leaders and professionals throughout all of Nevada. Comprising more than 1 000 members, over 150 business partners, more than 300 professional managers and more than 400 community association volunteers, the Nevada chapter is one of the largest and most active chapters in the nation.
For more information, visit www.cai-nevada.org.
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