First Timers Reception

If this is your first Annual Convention, please join us at an informal reception before the convention festivities begin to meet and mingle with fellow “first timer” agents, members of the IIANC Board of Directors and staff, and some of our Chairman's Circle and Presidential PARTNERS. This a great opportunity to become familiar with the convention layout, learn what to expect and how to make the most of your time at the Annual Convention. 
When: Sunday, October 6 from 2:45pm-3:30pm
Where: Tides Ballroom

  

IIANC Casino Night

Are you feeling lucky?? We're transforming the Marriott into a private casino just for AC2019 attendees! Test your luck at the craps table, or maybe take a spin at the roulette wheel. We'll also have poker and blackjack, so make sure to wear your lucky socks and join fellow AC2019 attendees for a night of fun!
When: Monday, October 7 from 7:30pm-9:30pm
Where: Atlantic Ballroom 5-8

 

IIANC Annual Awards Brunch

All convention attendees are invited to gather for a special celebratory brunch, hosted by IIANC Chairman of the Board, Mark Rice, LUTCF, CBIA, CIC. Enjoy the company of colleagues, friends, and family as we install the 2019-20 officers and directors to the IIANC Board of Directors, while also honoring the 2019 IIANC Award Winners, including:
-Independent Agent of the Year
-Young Agent of the Year
-Company Professional of the Year
-Company of the Year
-Broker of the Year
>>>Click here to submit your nominations for IIANC's Annual Awards

Following the festivities, we'll hear a motivating and inspirational presentation from Todd Stottlemyre, former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays, Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, and Arizona Diamonbacks, and son of Mel Stottlemyre, former NY Yankees pitcher. 
 
Todd Stottlemyre
"How to Push 'Your Very Best' to the Next Level"

How many times in your life have you told yourself that you gave it all on a task so much so that you literally have nothing else to give? I have been guilty of this a lot in my life because I have experienced physical pain while pitching. I found myself giving into the pain, when in reality, if I focused really hard, the task became more powerful than the pain and I was able to re-focus my energies to get the job accomplished. How you perceive a situation’s difficulty level before you even start a task will directly affect your perception of the outcome.

I want to challenge everyone who hears me speak to take your “very best” to a new level. I will help you with tools that I have used in my career to fight through the fear and train your mind to take one more step when you don’t think you have it in you.