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Legislative Conference

IAR invites you to join members from across the state at the Legislative Conference in downtown Indianapolis

At the heart of this annual event is the REALTOR® Day at the Statehouse, which is your opportunity to help shape laws that affect your profession and the marketplace.
 
Our success requires active advocacy by every REALTOR® member. So, mark your calendar and plan to bring a colleague or industry friend.

 

Registration Info

Registration is now closed.

Registration Fee: $25 Includes all sessions, Monday luncheon and evening reception, and breakfast on Tuesday
 

Accommodations

Hotel: JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 S West Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Special Rate: $144/night + tax (Registration deadline: 1/13/14)
Secure your overnight accommodations online or by calling 1-877-303-0104 and requesting the special IAR rate.
   

Parking

Special Rate:
$20/night self-park
   

Draft Schedule

Monday, January 27, 2014
8:00am—11:00am
 Executive Committee meeting
Will include previously scheduled mandatory Professional Standards training.
10:00am—11:20am
Real Estate and the State: A Panel Discussion on Working Together
Join state government officials and IAR staff for a panel discussion moderated by the Real Estate Certification Program (RECP). Topics to include water, sewers, flooding, health and laws. With so many state agency heads and staff in one room, this will be a unique opportunity to see how they work together and get your real estate-related questions answered all at once.
11:30am—1:30pm Legislative Briefing & RPAC Awards Luncheon
1:30—2:30pm CRS Board of Directors
2:00pm Statehouse Visit
2:30pm—4:00pm IRLA Class of 2014 meeting
4:00pm—5:00pm Officer Installation & Presidential Remarks
Meet the 2014 IAR officers and hear from incoming President Kevin Eastridge of Evansville.
5:00pm—6:00pm Legislative Reception
7:00pm Local Association Legislative Dinners at various restaurants in downtown Indianapolis (by invitation)
7:00pm President's Dinner, The Libertine, 38 E Washington St, Indianapolis (by invitation)
   
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
8:00am—9:30am Breakfast with special guest speaker, Max Siegel
10:00am—Noon Association Executives meeting
10:00am—Noon State RPAC Trustees meeting
10:00am—? AE Advisory Council meeting
11:00am—2:00pm Women's Council of REALTORS® (WCR) meeting



Conference Speakers

A living example of overcoming obstacles and defining one’s own success and future, Max Siegel’s track record in business has consistently been that of financial growth and competitive success.

Siegel’s family history as a youth was marked by divorce, the early death of his father and growing up in an environment of poverty, addiction and abuse. Charting his own course not dictated by his circumstances, he became the first African-American to graduate with honors from Notre Dame law school. In a career that began as a teen-age shift manager at Long John Silver and later as a sales rep for General Motors, he has become one of the country’s most prominent sports and entertainment executives by employing a philosophy of understanding the motivations of the clients and partners he works with.

Early in his career, Siegel began his own sports representation agency, where his clients included Hall of Famers Reggie White and Tony Gwynn. He then moved into the music industry and was Senior Vice President at Sony/BMG and as President of Zomba Gospel, Tommy Boy Gospel and Verity Records, where he led one of the most profitable divisions in the Sony BMG system. He also was part of the executive team overseeing the careers of stars such as Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Usher.

Bucking traditional views of the industry, he was named President of Global Operations at Dale Earnhardt Inc., where he sold tens of millions of dollars in sponsorship; staying in the auto racing industry as the owner of Rev Racing, Siegel took NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program and advanced it from a fledging effort to add diversity to the sport into a competitive juggernaut on the racetrack. In 2012, Rev Racing driver Kyle Larson became the first Drive for Diversity Driver to win the K&N Pro Series East title; this year Larson was named Rookie of the Year for NASCAR’s Nationwide Series.

A native of Indianapolis, Siegel currently is CEO of Indy-based USA Track & Field, the national governing body for track & field, long distance running and race walking. Throughout his career, he has created literary, television and film properties, including the 2010 BET Networks series, “Changing Lanes,” and the 2011 ESPN documentary, “Wendell Scott: A Race Story.” He also is the author of “Know What Makes Them Tick: How to Successfully Negotiate Almost Any Situation.”

A national figure in entertainment, sports, motivational speaking and diversity affairs, Siegel has appeared on Oprah, NPR’s Tavis Smiley, ABC’s “Good Morning America,” ESPN, CNN, and CNBC; in print, he has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the New York Times, Ebony’s Power 100, Crain’s New York Business, Black Enterprise and Billboard Magazine, among many others.


 

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