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What is the Mission & Vision of CAI Tennessee?
The Tennessee Chapter of CAI is dedicated to enhancing the quality of Community Association Living in the State Of Tennessee. We accomplish this through education,
legal advocacy, professional development and networking opportunities. Learn more at

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Next Meeting: February 24th

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M100 Course will be held
August 10-12, 2017
Maxwell House Hotel
Nashville, TN
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Community Associations Institute (CAI)
Community Association
Managers International
Certification Board (CAMICB) Credentials


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CAI Membership Luncheon
Friday, February 24, 2017
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Maggiano's, West End Ave, Nashville, TN

Deputy Chief Andy King
Franklin Fire Department

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Members Cost: $27.00
Non-Members & Guests Cost: $37.00
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Reservations are required and must be prepaid. Reservations not cancelled three days prior to the event will be billed to your account. Thank you for your support.
CAI 2017 Chosen Charity   2017 Chapter Goals
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1. Emphasize education by providing increased educational & training sessions to manager, Business Partner and CAVL members.

2. Bridge the gap in distance of CAI members throughout Tennessee by forming and implementing regional councils and increasing membership statewide.

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​What are the benefits of CAI?

Information & Resources
: Newsletter, website and membership directory to keep you up-to-date on news, information and issues affecting community associations at the local level.

Educational Opportunities: Education for people living and working in community associations… board members, homeowners, community managers , professionals and service providers.

Networking Opportunities: Chapter luncheons, programs and social functions provide a great venue to meet and learn from experts in the industry, community manager colleagues, area community associations and service providers.

Legislative Activity: Your state and local jurisdiction may have laws, ordinances or programs affecting community associations in your area. Your local legislative committee follows these activities to serve you at the local level.

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CAI Tennessee, 211 Doneselon Pike, Suite 106, Nashville, TN 37214 p. (615) 874-0031 f. (615) 874-0033



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