CIC, the nation’s leading provider of resident screening solutions, is pleased to announce participation at the 27th Annual National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) Convention and Trade Show. This year’s convention is going to be in Atlanta, Georgia at the Hyatt Regency from October 14 – 16.

The grand opening of the exhibit hall will take place at 5:30pm on October 14th and you can come meet CIC’s NARPM Specialist, Jenn MacDonald, at booth #57.

Additional opportunities to stop by booth #57 include:

October 15th
  • 7am (Breakfast)
  • 10am (Coffee Break)
  • 4:15 (Afternoon Snack)
October 16th
  • 7:30am (Breakfast)
  • 10:30am (Coffee Break)
  • 12:30pm (Luncheon)

One of the perks to being a NARPM member is having access to CIC’s exclusive affinity partnership with the association. In addition to receiving as much as a 30% discount on all tenant screening reports, we are also offering free sign-up through December 1st, 2015!

To learn more about the great opportunities CIC has for your company, be sure to stop by our booth at the conference. For a more immediate response you can also connect with Jenn on LinkedIn and Twitter, or visit www.cicreports.com/narpm.

About CIC

CIC, the nation’s premier tenant screening provider, has partnered with the National Association of Residential Property Managers to provide best-in-class data, technology and customer service.  This unrivaled commitment to excellence helps association members eliminate turnover, boost occupancy rates, maximize their net operating income and protect their properties.  The CIC partnership with NARPM® also offers members up to a 30% discount on each report they run in addition to supporting the association! To learn more click here!

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