Come One, Come All 2012's Co-op & Condo Expo Shaping Up as Must-Attend Event

 The holidays are behind us, and the long haul toward spring is underway. Along  with the usual springtime showers and flowers, of course, comes The Cooperator’s annual Co-op & Condo Expo. The Expo is quietly taking shape as this spring’s must-attend event for the tri-state area’s property managers, board members, and unit owners.  

 Returning to the Hilton New York in Manhattan on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, from 9  a.m. to 5 p.m., the free event, now in its 25th year, will showcase hundreds of  exhibitors from throughout the region, along with free advice booths and a full  slate of educational seminars.  

 As anyone involved in the day-to-day administration of a co-op or condo will  attest, in this day and age, communication and good information are the  foundation stones of a thriving, successful community. The brutal economics of  the last few years have driven that point home, and the best boards and  building managers know that in order to stay prosperous—or even just solvent—in today's new landscape requires a strong set of specialized skills. The  Cooperator's Co-op & Condo Expo offers attendees the opportunity to hone those skills, in one day  and under one roof, with a full slate of unique educational programming.  

 Exhibitors, from attorneys to roofers to managers and financial professionals,  have already secured their spaces for this year’s Co-op & Condo Expo. Along with the trade show, the event will also feature timely  educational seminars and free advice booths designed to help co-op and condo  board members, owners and managers keep their building communities running  smoothly.  

 Can Your Community Use a

 Little Extra Cash?

 Of course, in addition to useful information and advice, you could be a big  winner in helping your co-op or condo association survive in these tough  economic times.  


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