NAAPAC

NAAPAC has been a defender of the industry since its inception in 1977 and has worked to elect pro-industry candidates to Congress.

Indiana Virtual Reverse Trade Show

Indiana Virtual Reverse Trade Show

The Indiana Virtual Reverse Trade Show is a highly effective business networking event that provides the opportunity for attendees to meet privately with owners and key decision-makers from property management companies.

Registration will be limited. Only one attendee per vendor company. The cost is $375 per vendor attendee.

Registration on or before February 2, is $375 and after February 2, $425.

The Reverse Trade Show benefits NAAPAC. Unfortunately, corporate contributions are not accepted at this event.

Please register below or call 317-816-8900 with questions.

Prior to the event, registrants will receive a list of management companies participating and will be asked to rank companies in order of meeting preference. From 10:00am – 12:00pm you will have the opportunity to join virtual break-out meeting rooms to meet with owners/management executives one-on-one. These will be six-minute intervals over the two-hour session. All appointments will be pre-assigned, and IAA will pair based on your top choices. Appointments will be assigned on a first-come basis, so register today! Registration is limited to one attendee per company.

The entry fee must be made via a personal donation to NAAPAC, and this fee cannot be reimbursed by your company. Please have an owner or executive sign up to attend.

NAAPAC contributions are not tax-deductible. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year. All contributions to NAAPAC are voluntary.

IMPORTANT: MUST fill out the attached registration form and choose only ONE preferred day -- Operations or Maintenance.

How often would you like to make the contribution you chose above?

The amount you chose will be contributed once.