Real Estate REvive Conference Goes ‘Coast 2 Coast!’
Real Estate REvive Conference & Expo on March 21, 2019 has officially become a “Coast 2 Coast” event with the addition of two more associations, in North Carolina and Arizona.
The Greensboro Regional Association of REALTORS® (GRRA), from Greensboro, N.C., and the Prescott Area Association of REALTORS® (PAAR) is teaming up with the Women’s Council of REALTORS® in Arizona to provide “host locations” for members in their regions.
“PAAR is thrilled to partner with our local Women’s Council of REALTORS® network to bring the Real Estate REvive Conference to our members,” said Amanda Creel, CEO of PAAR. “We are confident the power-packed agenda will help reenergize our members and prepare them to excel in the current real estate climate.”
Other associations in California and across the country have been invited to join the 2019 conference, the first officially live streamed from the “hub location” at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, after a test run with a Chicago association last year.
The idea for the nationwide live stream was inspired by the desire to give real estate professionals from smaller associations the opportunity to hear world-class speakers, get the market forecast, and hear about the latest technology, that they might not otherwise be able to access.
“We are proud to share this vital content with associations and real estate professionals across the country,” said Mark Epstein, CEO of Citrus Valley Assn. of REALTORS®, the lone association that started the event seven years ago. “All the locations and every attendee will be connected through the REvive app. I can’t think of any other conference where you can get a full day of amazing content for only $19.”
A REvive event app that will connect attendees across the country provides the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers during the conference, network with other attendees, and connect with sponsors and exhibitors.
Leigh Brown, a REALTOR® and nationally-known speaker, returns as host from the “hub” at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga.