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Develop the Mission

A destination without a path is unreachable. Network with others and learn what other agents did to grow their agencies.

Implement the Moves

Add new tools to your arsenal and conquer your space like you’ve never thought possible. Discover technological innovations that will help you, your team, and your business achieve the goals you have set.


Why should you attend?

This is a historical moment that is unequaled in the insurance industry!

Be part of the 2019 convention where you will be joined by your fellow agents who have built agencies and have realized true success.

  1. Learn from some of the most successful agency owners in the industry how to build your agency stronger, larger, and faster.

  2. Build relationships with fellow agents from all around Tennessee.

  3. Learn how to enrich your clients experience.

  4. Learn tactical strategies that you can implement in your agency right now.

  5. Learn how to keep your retention level up.

  6. Be inspired and learn strategies to implement to make 2020 the most successful year yet.

  7. Be inspired by spending time with industry leading companies.

  8. Get some down time in an amazing location, where you can focus on making your agency a better agency for both yourself, your team and your clients.

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Why attend convention in their words

Last year PIA convention was a wonderful experience. I am a new independent agent transitioning from a captive agency. The conference allowed me to be introduced to insurance carriers I had no affiliation. Some of the carrier connections I made during the PIA conference allowed me to have a very productive year. I also learned a good deal of information on safety along with ideas for continuing to grow my agency.

Anthony Lancaster Agency Owner, Lancaster Insurance

PIA convention should be a MUST for every independent agent. The educational offering are top notch and the ability to network with fellow agents & company personnel is simply invaluable.

Britt Linder  Peterson Insurance Services


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I went to my first PIA convention last summer in Memphis. I must say that it exceeded my exceptions. The speaker was great. Lots of new ideas that I was able to take back to my agency and implement as soon as I came back. The atmosphere was great. A lot of positive conversations with other agency owners that were willing to share what was working in their agencies. Can’t wait till PIA 2019. 

Greg Scealf Agency Owner, Knoxville Insurance Group


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The PIA convention is special because it feels less like a professional gathering and more like a family reunion! It is an opportunity to come together once a year and show support for one another in the work we are doing each day. I always enjoy the community, as well as the knowledge that I’m able to take away from convention week. Paige Scott Territory Sales Manager-TN, AAA


2017 Convention Recap Video and Pictures

2016 PIATN Convention Recap Video


Dates:

June 19-20, 2019 (Optional events on June 18th)

Registration to open soon.  

All events are Business causal except for the Presidents Dinner.  Presidents Dinner is dress attire.


2019 Convention Location

Embassy Suites Hotel Murfreesboro,TN

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HOTEL ROOMS START AT $159 PER NIGHT.

This Murfreesboro hotel provides a variety of suite options, including a sofa bed in the living area to meet the needs of families. Enjoy a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast every morning including fresh omelets. Snacks and drinks are also available every evening at the complimentary Evening Reception*


Annual golf event will be at Old Fort Golf Course

Located along the banks of the Stones River adjacent to Fortress Rosecrans, a historic earthen fort used during the Civil War. Enjoy a wonderful golf experience combining antebellum landscapes within the heart of Murfreesboro.

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June 21st with tee time around 9 a.m.

More info coming soon.


Convention contact info at the PIA:

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KRISTOPHER FISHER, CPIA, LUTCF

KFISHER@PIATN.COM

P: 615.771.1177

Area Attractions:

www.OaklandsMansion.org A video highlighting Oaklands Mansion. *MORE INFORMATION BELOW* Video produced by Nathaniel Studios @ www.nathanielstudios.com Dr. James Maney and his wife Sallie Hardy Murfree began their plantation with the construction of a modest two-room cabin, circa 1818.

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Stones River National Battlefield

Learn about the many layers of history found in the park's landscapes and collections.

 

 
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Stones River National Cemetery

When Chaplain William Earnshaw, the first Superintendent of Stones River National Cemetery, wrote these words, he and the 111th United States Colored Infantry were nearing the end of nearly a year of locating and reburying Union soldiers from the battlefield, Murfreesboro, and the surrounding area. They began the work in October 1865.

Today, more than 6,100 Union soldiers are buried in Stones River National Cemetery. Of these, 2,562 are unknown. Nearly 1,000 veterans, and some family members, who served in the century since the Civil War are also interred there.

 
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Discovery Center

Chartered in 1986 as Children’s Museum Corporation of Rutherford County, the Discovery Center provides hands-on education opportunities for the community. An extensive grassroots campaign orchestrated by young parents led to purchasing a building and creating exhibits and programs. During its first year of operation, over 11,000 visitors came to experience the museum’s exhibits and programs. Now, 30 years after its inception, the Discovery Center serves as a vibrant community and tourism center with over 120,000 children and families exploring the exhibits each year.

 
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Cannonsburgh Village

Historic Cannonsburgh Village is located on 6 acres in Murfreesboro, and represents approximately 100 years of rural Tennessee life from the 1830s to the 1930s. The village features a gristmill, schoolhouse, telephone operator’s house, the University House, the Leeman House, a museum, a caboose, the wedding chapel, a doctor’s office, general store, working blacksmith’s shop, a well, and other points of interest, including the World’s Largest Cedar Bucket!

 
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Walter Hill Hydroelectric Station

The Walter Hill Hydroelectric Station is a beautiful place to visit. You can feel the powerfully charged falls when you get close to them. At the bottom it is very loud, but it gets quiet as you make your way to the top