(SOUTHERN PINES, NC) Thomas Adams, President & CEO of the NC Captive Insurance Association has announced that NCCIA has rescheduled its 2020 Annual Conference to August 30 through September 2, 2020. The conference venue remains the Washington Duke Inn in Durham, North Carolina. The Annual Conference was originally scheduled for May 13-15 and was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 National Emergency. Adams said “Our Board of Directors has taken the position that we all want to control this unprecedented threat in modern times. We believe that by pushing back the conference three months will allow time for that to occur and the Annual Conference to safely proceed.”
Individuals, sponsors and exhibitors who have already registered for the conference will not need to re-register. The “Early Bird” registration is now extended to June 15 and for all who previously registered and those who plan to register before that date. If there is a need for a refund between now and the conference, the refund will be made without the published administrative fee.
Attendees who previously reserved a room in the NCCIA room block at the Washington Duke for May have been notified by the Inn that their rooms have been canceled for the original conference dates. Those attendees will need to re-book rooms for the August-September dates via the NCCIA Annual Conference Room Reservation Page on the NCCIA website.
Adams said “the programming for this year’s Annual Conference is outstanding. With so many conferences having been cancelled we encourage the folks impacted by those cancellations to plan on joining us in Durham for the North Carolina meeting.”
David Littlehale, Chairman of the Annual Conference Committee said “In the following weeks the committee will be contacting all speakers scheduled to attend the conference to confirm their ability to join us August 31 through September 2. We will then make adjustments to our program based on what we learn.” continuing “Undoubtedly there will be some programmatic changes and we will regularly update the conference agenda on the association website, www.nccia.org.”
Association Chairman Lea Riddle concluded saying “We are delighted with this year’s conference program and location. The Board is pleased that we are able to provide this content and networking opportunity, just a little later than we originally planned.”
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