CAI Announces Annual Conference & Expo

Apr 27, 2015


DATE: April 27, 2015
CONTACT: Tony Campisi, (610) 783-1315 x11,


CAI Annual Conference & Expo Moves to
Pennsylvania Convention Center on May 14
Annual Event will be attended by hundreds of homeowners, elected volunteer leaders and managers of condominium and homeowner associations from the tri state area

King of Prussia, PA.: Community Associations Institute’s 2015 Annual Conference & Expo will take place on May 15 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia after five years at Citizens Bank Park. The annual event features 143 exhibit booths, a record number, four educational sessions on topics important to condo and homeowner association managers and board members, the keynote address and the announcement of CAI’s Gold Star Community awards. The event opens at 8:00 AM and ends at 3:30 PM, followed by an after party. The event is free to all condo and homeowner association managers and homeowners. Full information and online registration can be found at

“After five years at Citizens Bank Park, we outgrew the space and needed more room for exhibitors and programs. We are excited to host this event for the first time at the convention center,” said Executive Director Tony Campisi. 

This year’s keynote speaker is Julie Adamen, a community association management professional from Seattle with 28 years of experience in the Common Interest Development industry. The topic of Adamen’s presentation is “The Three Pillars of Community Strength.” Those pillars including strong governance, good fiscal policy and a positive communication strategy for building consensus. Attendees will leave with solid strategies on how to better manage and govern their condominium or homeowners association.

CAI’s Annual Conference & Expo is an annual event attended by hundreds of homeowners, elected volunteer leaders and managers of condominium and homeowner associations throughout Pennsylvania and South Jersey. Among the businesses exhibiting at the event will be association management companies, banks, attorneys, insurance professionals, contractors, landscapers and dozens of other companies who specialize in providing services to association-governed communities. It is estimated there are more than 10,000 such associations in Pennsylvania alone that house more than one third of the state’s population.

CAI is a 34,000 member organization dedicated to building better communities. Working in partnership with 60 state and regional chapters—including the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter—CAI builds better communities through research and information, education and resources to associations and the professionals who support them. CAI’s mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. For more information, call 877-608-9777 or visit

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