It’s hard to believe that we are already well into 2015, but we wanted to take a quick break to let you know about our travel plans. This year, our CRS Data Financial Solutions team will speak and attend several tradeshows across the U.S. We always enjoy meeting with our customers and those of you considering our CRS Data Banker Suite. Please take a look at the list below and connect with us if you’d like to schedule a time to meet.
We greatly appreciate the many banker associations who host these tradeshows and gather inspiring public speakers and educational seminars. We’re proud to partner with many of you and attend these events year after year.
One or more of our CRS Data team members will be at the following tradeshows and conferences:
Tennessee Bankers Association - Young Bankers Conference
Tennessee Credit Union Conference
Tennessee Bankers Association - Annual Meeting
Florida Bankers Association - Annual Meeting
Georgia Bankers Association - Annual Meeting
Community Bankers Association of Georgia - Leadership Convention
South Carolina Bankers Association - Annual Meeting
Independent Banks of South Carolina Convention
Florida Bankers Association - Bank Directors Conference
North Carolina Bankers Association - American Mortgage Conference
Community Bankers Association of Georgia’s Annual Meeting & Trade Show
North Carolina Bankers Association - Management Team Conference
As a quick overview, our CRS Data Banker Suite has been specially designed to help you meet interagency requirements that enable your team to take evaluations in-house. Our property tax data can also save your team time and provide an easy route to conduct reliable market research.
We’re looking forward to meeting with you this year! If you’d like to setup a meeting, or just have a question, reach out to our financial solutions group manager Jason Pruitt, email@example.com, or call him at 770.883.6609.
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