PIA of Ohio Gears Up for Annual Conference

Aug. 3, 2011

Columbus, Ohio -
Professional Insurance Agents Association of Ohio, Inc. (PIA) is now accepting registrations for its largest event of the year, the Agency Management and Profitability Conference (AMPC).  

AMPC will be held Sept. 15-16 at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, providing attendees the opportunity to meet with hundreds of fellow agents, customer service representatives and staff from across the state, more than 40 insurance companies and vendors, plus industry leaders and expert speakers – all in one place.

Keynote speaker Archie Griffin will address attendees at the Awards and Conferment Ceremony Luncheon to officially kick off the conference. Attendees have four concurrent sessions to choose from: a sales track, management track, marketing track and CE track – something for everyone in the office.

“AMPC gives insurance professionals the opportunity to make face-to-face connections with their colleagues while also giving them a chance to learn from industry leaders who share and understand the unique challenges they face. This connection is more valuable than ever in this challenging economic environment,” PIA Executive Vice President George W. Haenszel, CAE, said.

Those who register and reserve their hotel room on or before Aug. 15 will save $25 on registration and receive a discounted room rate of $129/night. Go to PIA’s website to learn more or register online.

Professional Insurance Agents Association of Ohio, Inc. was founded in 1933 and remains the state's largest organization representing independent insurance agents. PIA's membership includes more than 1,200 independent insurance agencies, their employees and their customers. Independent agents provide auto, home and business insurance from many different companies to match consumers with the best choices for their particular needs.   


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Ohio Insurance Agents Association, Inc.
600 Cross Pointe Road
Gahanna, OH 43230

Toll-free: (800) 555-1742
Phone: (614) 552-8000
Fax: (614) 552-0115

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