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Now that the winter weather has broken, convention season has begun.  One of the events that I look forward to is the New Jersey Land Title Association (NJLTA) Annual Convention.  Last year’s event was a great way to touch base with existing friends and business associates and to meet new ones. I’m happy to have the opportunity to attend this year’s event.

The 2014 NJLTA Convention is scheduled for June 8-10 at Gurney’s Inn Resort and Spa in Montauk, New York.  The location is a gorgeous, beach-front resort that also has an indoor sand-filtered seawater pool overlooking the ocean – the only one of its kind in all of North America, according to Gurney’s.  Take a swim in the ocean or pool, visit the spa, have a drink on the beach … I can hear the waves already!  In the past at the Convention, Boardwalk Games were a big hit; at this year’s meeting, a Game Night is planned which should prove to be a lot of fun.

We all know that conventions are more than just social experiences; industry events also provide an opportunity for learning. At the NJLTA Convention, I look forward to attending the education sessions that help keep me informed about the latest in the title industry.  I look forward to talking with my colleagues and exchanging ideas.  I look forward to listening to our customers in attendance as to how Signature can continue to be a valuable resource for their business.

I’ve known some people in the title industry for close to thirty years, and gathering with them at this event is something that I sincerely enjoy.  Are you attending the NJLTA Annual Convention this year?  I hope to see you there!

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Fred Burnett

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