Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute’s WMCCAI Conference and Expo is March 12, 2011 at Exhibit Hall C, 801 Mount Vernon Place, NW, DC, 20001. The Expo is the largest community association event in the Washington, D.C. area. The Conference will feature 15 seminars. Over 190 vendors and organizations will be be on the trade show floor.

Network with more than 1,500 community association professionals and volunteer leaders.WMCCAI serves 20 cities/counties in Maryland, Virginia and the DC. Members include managers and residents of condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations and service providers. The Washington Metropolitan chapter has approximately 2,700 members including nearly 300 businesses, 750 professional managers from 100 management companies and over 1,500 homeowners. All told, this amounts to management of 260,000 condominiums, houses and cooperative units in community associations . WMCCAI is the largest of the nation’s 60 CAI chapters. National CAI represents America’s 274,000 common interest communities, managers, related professionals and business partners.

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Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s Industry Development Day and Expo is February 24 at Martins West, 6817 Dogwood Road, Baltimore, MD 21244.

Industry Insiders Round-table will feature Tom Bozzuto from The Bozzuto Group, Mark Caplan from WPM/The Time Group and Greg Clickstein from Sawyer Realty, LLC. These power hitters will discuss the in’s and out’s of what is happening in the apartment industry. Bill Roohan and Mike Muldowney from CBRE will be discussing the state of the “for sale market” for Multi-family housing in the Mid-Atlantic region.

There will be over 90 exhibits, informative seminars, and over 400 property management professionals in attendance – this is the must attend event for the Baltimore region. If you are in the apartment industry in the Greater Baltimore Region, MMHA is the trade organization for you.

  • MMHA employs full-time lobbyist and active legislative committee representing MMHA and property management interests in Annapolis.
  • Quarterly publications keeps membership up-to-date with the Association and the industry as a whole.
  • NAA membership has many benefits, including access to the national Blue Moon leasing software and much more.
  • Members of MMHA automatically get membership into The National Apartment Association (NAA), America’s leading advocate for quality rental housing. NAA’s mission is to serve the interests of the multifamily housing owners, managers, developers, and supplies and maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public.

Membership is comprised of close to 70 owner/manager firms with almost 120,000 rental units and over 170 associate members who supply goods and services to the rental housing industry.

Enjoy laughs for Marylanders. Center Stage commissioned the folks at “Second City” (specifically Megan Grano and T. J. Shanoff) to write a program specifically for Baltimoreans. There are also segments Interspersed that are not geared strictly to Baltimore but for the most part, The Second City Does Baltimore is mostly about what makes Baltimore tick.

Second City has a great tradition of making laughs. Many of the stars of SNL, like John Belushi and Tina Fey (and Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert), began their careers honing their improvisational skills at Chicago’s Comedy Club, “Second City”.

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