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Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Registration is now open for the 2013 Crop Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau (CIRB) Annual Meeting. Individuals representing crop insurance and reinsurance companies are invited to attend CIRB’s 49th conference to gain exclusive insights from the people who are influencing the policy making process.
CIRB members rank the annual meeting as one of the most valued events they attend all year because it gives participants a unique opportunity to interact with leaders from across the insurance and reinsurance community. Speakers this year will include Jim Wiesemeyer of Informa Economics, Mary Kay Thatcher of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Craig Jagger of Legis Consulting, and many more.
Visit cropinsurance.org/events to learn more about the event and register. Don’t wait – register by January 9 for the best rates. Book your hotel at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort now to receive the special CIRB room rate. You are also invited to join us on February 8 for the annual CIRB Golf Tournament.
Special thanks to the 2013 Annual Meeting sponsors! Platinum: ADM Crop Risk Services, Farmers Mutual Hail; Gold: Holborn, PartnerRe; Bronze: ProAg, ARMtech, John Deere Insurance Company; and Silver: RCIS, Totsch Enterprise, and Munich RE.
Founded in 1964 and headquartered on Capitol Hill, the Crop Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau (CIRB) is proud to provide unparalleled advocacy, support, and membership services to the crop insurance and reinsurance community. Today, CIRB members provide a vital component of the farm safety net, writing policies in every state and providing billions of dollars in crop protection.
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