TAA’s 2014 Education Conference in Dallas brings you The Power of One

After a long, hot, dry summer, it’s safe to say Texans are ready for a little fall. Falling temperatures and falling rain (please!) bring some welcome relief, but falling down on the job—not so much.

Avoid those nasty career pitfalls by making plans now to attend the Texas Apartment Association’s 2014 Education Conference & Lone Star Expo at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and Omni Dallas Hotel next April 24-26.

After a long, hot, dry summer, it’s safe to say Texans are ready for a little fall. Falling temperatures and falling rain (please!) bring some welcome relief, but falling down on the job—not so much.

Avoid those nasty career pitfalls by making plans now to attend the Texas Apartment Association’s 2014 Education Conference & Lone Star Expo at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and Omni Dallas Hotel next April 24-26.

“For more than 50 years, TAA has been a unifying force in our industry, bringing us together to magnify our influence and raising us up to promote professionalism in our industry,” said TAA President-Elect and Education Conference Chair Mike Clark, HCCP. “This conference—The Power of One—celebrates all the ways TAA makes us stronger and more effective.”GWBush_cropped

With more than 40 first-class educational seminars, an expansive and wide-ranging trade show and a variety of networking events, you’ll power up your performance while earning needed continuing education credits. Featured industry speakers include Kelly McDonald, Jennifer Nevitt, Donna Olson and Lisa Trosien.

President George W. Bush, the nation’s 43rd president, will give the keynote address on Thursday, April 24. Bush served as president of the United States from 2001-2009, after serving as governor of Texas from 1995-2000. A Yale graduate with an MBA from Harvard, he is the author of Decision Points, a memoir that covers his presidency and key moments in his personal life.

Since leaving office, he and his wife have returned to Texas, where he recently celebrated the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. The center includes a presidential library, museum and archives, as well as the George W. Bush Institute, a humanitarian organization.

Conference registration fees range from $230 for an early economy registration with no social events to $425 for a full conference registration paid onsite. Discounts are available for single-day and group registrations.

Register today and we’ll see you in Dallas!