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New Dates for IIABA's 2003 Las Vegas InfoXchange

Big "I" Annual Showcase Meeting to Take Place Sept. 21-24

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 4 - The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) has announced new September dates for its 2003 Las Vegas InfoXchange, originally scheduled to take place in October. The annual showcase meeting will now run from Sept. 21 through Sept. 24 at Caesar’s Palace.

The move from the originally scheduled dates was made to take advantage of increased exhibit space available in September at Caesar’s Palace. This enables IIABA to accommodate extra exhibitors and provide InfoXchange attendees with even greater access to valuable products, services and business relationships.

The opening party of the Las Vegas InfoXchange will be celebrated Sept. 21. The InfoXchange will continue Sept. 22 and 23 - general sessions will take place both mornings and the exhibit hall will be open each afternoon.

The Young Agents Leadership Conference, held in conjunction with the InfoXchange, will now begin Sept. 20 and conclude Sept. 22.

IIABA’s Las Vegas InfoXchange will feature several prominent guest speakers; an insurance company CEO panel discussion; one of the largest exhibit halls in the insurance industry; a wide variety of innovative continuing-education (CE) classes; and numerous networking opportunities.

Founded in 1896, IIABA is the nation’s oldest and largest national association of independent insurance agents and brokers, representing a network of more than 300,000 agents, brokers and their employees nationally. Its members are businesses that offer customers a choice of policies from a variety of insurance companies. Independent agents and brokers offer all lines of insurance - property, casualty, life and health - as well as employee benefit plans and retirement products. Web address:


​127 South Peyton Street
Alexandria VA 22314
​phone: 800.221.7917
fax: 703.683.7556

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