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Educational Luncheons

Northern Nevada RIMS hosts bi-monthly educational luncheons with great food (vegetarian meals available), and lively presentations on relevant Risk and Insurance related topics. Luncheons are on the fourth Thursdays of January, March, May, July, September, and on the third Thursday of November. Enjoy a fantastic lunch, network with industry professionals, and discover new trends and best practices.

 

Membership retention and growth drives all successful organizations, so we strongly encourage members to "bring a friend" and introduce them to our dynamic organization.  Friends attend their first luncheon for free, so please help us spread the word.



Time:            11:30 am networking 
                    12:00 pm lunch / presentation 
Location:       IGT BOD Conference Room (Access via Main Entrance of IGT Campus)
                     9295 Prototype Drive, Reno, NV 89521
Cost:          $10 for members if registered by the Monday before the Luncheon.
                 $20 for those paying for lunch at the event
RSVP:        Register Online

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