72nd Annual Convention & Trade Expo
Turning Stone Resort5218 Patrick Road
Verona, NY 13478
* Registration open until 10/14/22 at 12:00 PM ()
REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE IS CLOSED.
There is still room available.
Walk-ins are welcome!
October 19: NYHA Board Meeting in the Willow Meeting Room from 1-4 pm. All NYHA members are welcome!
October 19: Convention Banquet in the Adirondack Clubhouse from 6-9 pm.
October 20: Educational Seminars, Annual Meeting and Trade Show in the Cypress Ballroom from 9am-5pm. Registration and continental breakfast will begin at 8 am.
Featured Speaker: Phil McShan
When you think about what you think about, does it give you energy or take it away? Impactful leaders know they must set the tone for themselves and those around them. How different would your impact be if you were able to create an energized culture that can thrive in times of uncertainty and change? Now’s the time to commit to leading with energy. Coach Phil McShan will share from his 20 years of sales and leadership experience. You’ll learn to flex the two most powerful brain muscles: how to facilitate growth; and how to sell in times of change.
Manufactured Housing and You: Joel Harper will be presenting an overview of the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act, Section 233 of the Real Property Law, and other sections of NY law that directly affect you as a community owner.
Legal & Legislative Review: Mark Glaser, Esq., and Nicola Coleman, Esq., from Greenberg Traurig, will provide an update on the latest political and legislative developments in New York State that will impact the Manufactured Home industry, including what to expect in the 2023 legislative session. They will also discuss the regulatory landscape as HCR, the Attorney General’s Office and the Department of State all exercise their oversight powers. There will also be time for questions from the members.
Working with Rural Preservation Companies: Michael Borges, Executive Director for the Rural Housing Coalition of NY and Bruce Misarksi, Executive Director of HAPEC, will give attendees an overview of the programs administered by Rural Preservation Companies and how these local non-profit affordable housing organizations can assist community owners and home owners.
Invited Luncheon Speaker:
Can be made any time before
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2022.
Accommodations to choose from are:
Hotel/Tower Rooms at $169+;
Tower Junior Suite at $249+;
and Lodge Suites at $279+.
Contact Turning Stone to make your reservations: 800-771-7711.