Register Now for 2017 NAIOP NC Statewide Conference

2017 NAIOP NC Conference

March 30 – 31, 2017 | Pinehurst Resort | Pinehurst, NC

Join us for the NAIOP NC Statewide Conference, a unique and unparalleled opportunity for participants to share successes, opportunities, and challenges while networking and attending cutting-edge programs on pressing issues affecting commercial real estate professionals. The 2017 conference includes a Capital Markets Panel, Luncheon Keynote, Economic Development Panel, Lawnbowling Tournament, Networking Receptions, Dinner Keynote and Awards.

See the conference agenda and information at


Golf Foursome Give-Away & Earlybird Pricing

Registrations received on or before Wednesday, February 15 will go into a drawing to win a complimentary golf foursome at Pinehurst Resort (Course #2 is not included)

NAIOP Members: $280
New This Year! NAIOP DL Members: $250
Industry Guests: $350

Effective February 16, 2017, registration prices for all categories will increase by $50.

Book Your Room At Pinehurst

Book your rooms now for the 2017 NAIOP NC Conference Thursday, March 30-Friday, March 31, 2017.

Room Rate Information: (Rooms include breakfast buffet in the main dining room on Friday, March 31, 2017)
Single Room: $175 (plus tax & resort fee)
Double Room: $202 (plus tax & resort fee)

Call 1-800-487-4653 to make a reservation or download the hotel reservation form and return directly to Pinehurst Resort.

Lunch Keynote Speaker

Ted Abernathy, Managing Partner, Economic Leadership LLC
“Five Trends That Foretell Your Future & Your Community’s Future”

Ted is the economic development policy advisor to the Southern Governors Association, and the Managing Partner of Economic Leadership LLC, a consultancy that is currently working in more than a dozen states to develop economic strategies.

Ted has 35 years of experience in directing economic development and workforce development programs. In the past two years Ted has worked with state Chambers of Commerce in North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri and Kentucky to develop economic development plans and with another dozen regions, counties and organizations on strategic plans.


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