2019 Florida CCIM Chapter Global Commercial Alliance –The US Golden Triangle: Florida’s Logistical Role Globally in the Future of CRE.
Florida CCIM Chapter Members are invited to register today for a Special Florida CCIM Logistics Forum – The US Golden Triangle: Florida’s Logistical Role Globally in the Future of Commercial Real Estate
The Florida CCIM Chapter announced this week the date for their upcoming one day Logistics Forum that will feature Keynote Speaker: KC Conway, CCIM Institute Economist and Expert in Logistics and Economies of the US and the Globe.
The event will be held Friday, October 4, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET with networking afterwards.
Guest Speakers will also Include:
- Eddie Blanton, CCIM Institute 2020 National President
- Representatives from Florida Department of Transportation
- Representative Rene “Coach P” Plasencia, Florida House of Representatives, 50th District
- Port Authorities from throughout Florida
- Speakers on subjects of Ports, Rail, Highway and Air and More
The cost for both Members and Non-Members: $70/per person and includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.
Attendees are also invited to come a day early and start the conference off with a special Port of Canaveral Tour and Port Canaveral Networking Social. This pre-conference event is being offered to Florida CCIM Chapter members on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. ET
Tour will include view from the one a kind Port Canaveral Sea Port Exploration Tower located at 670 Dave Nisbet Dr., Cape Canaveral, FL 32920. Tour host will be Florida CCIM Chapter’s own Scott Shepard, CCIM. Enjoy a sky top view of the port operations from the observation deck, located at the Exploration Tower that officially opened November 4, 2013 as part of The Canaveral Port Authority’s 60th anniversary celebration. It’s one of the many attractions you can enjoy on through the diverse Port Canaveral.
Following the tour attendees will meet for networking at Fish Lips at 610 Glen Cheek Drive in Port Canaveral.
Strategically located on the East Coast of Central Florida, The Canaveral Port Authority is dedicated to efficient, productive port facilities, while providing an enriched family oriented experience to the public. The Canaveral Port Authority has four main lines of business including cargo, cruise, recreation and real estate.
The October pre-conference event cost for both Members and Non-Members: $30/per person and includes Light Appetizers and Cash Bar.
Florida CCIM Chapter’s 2019 President Tina Marie Eloian, CCIM/Broker with Florida Commercial Group in Tampa explains that Florida ports rank as some of the highest producing in the U.S and are key to most business success across the southeast.
“With several key ports, Florida’s role in the country’s import and expert of goods, especially in the southeast, is growing in strength each year and is a key factor to the transformation of our state’s economy” she shares. “Make no mistake, understanding our intermodal future is essential to today’s CRE platform,” she adds.
Eloian continues, “We encourage all Florida CCIM Chapter Members to join us in Brevard County this October to learn key details on where, how, who and why our ports and the entire intermodal network goes hand in hand with Florida’s growth in the coming decade.”
The event is coordinated through the Florida CCIM Chapter’s International Commercial Alliance.