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CCIM Announces 16th Annual Installation Dinner
The Los Angeles Chapter of CCIM has announced the date for their upcoming 16th annual installation dinner celebration to recognize past and incoming Officers
By: C2 Copywriting
“You are invited to attend our 16th Annual Dinner Celebration to recognize our 2012 Officers, Chairs and Platinum Sponsors for making our Los Angeles Chapter a successful year and support the installation of the incoming Officers for 2013,” said Chapter President Wolf Baschung, CCIM, CPM. “The evening will commence at 6:30 p.m. with an hour long reception, followed by the dinner and program.”
The continued mission of the LA Chapter of CCIM is to promote the highest ethical standards in commercial real estate, provide quality educational programs to members and related professionals, serve as a forum where intelligence and success can be shared and celebrated, and finally, to enhance the awareness and recognition of the CCIM designation to the business community.
“CCIM prides itself on offering the very best in programs, classes and events, focusing on premier commercial real estate content,” said Baschung. “As we continue to be successful through each year, it is important we recognize our sponsors and contributors who enable us to continue our community support, and we are adamant about paying homage to past and incoming Officers.”
The cost to attend this installation dinner celebration is $95 for CCIM members; $115 for non-members.
For more information on this event or to register visit http://chapters.ccim.com/
The Los Angeles CCIM Chapter is a privately-incorporated Chapter of the CCIM Institute. An affiliate of the National Association of Realtors®, the CCIM Institute has been a recognized global leader in professional education of Commercial Real Estate Professionals for more than 30 years. CCIM's membership includes: brokers, agents, corporate real estate officers, REIT investment executives, pension fund managers, developers, asset managers, investment counselors, appraisers, property managers, mortgage bankers, attorneys, accountants, and others in allied fields.