Greg St. Aubin and Julie Sullivan during the Public Policy & Government Affairs MIG session Thursday.
Enjoy these photos taken during the Illinois REALTORS® October Business Meetings Thursday at the Chicago Marriott Naperville.
You’ll see photos from sessions for the Global Business Council, the REALTORS® Political Involvement Committee, the Commercial-Industrial-Investment Committee and the Public Policy & Government Affairs Major Investors Group. Watch for more photos and stories from today’s board of directors meeting as well as the Inaugural Gala tonight.
Eddie Ruettiger makes a point during YPN NonCon Wednesday afternoon.
The ability to choose from a variety of discussion topics drew about 50 Illinois REALTORS® to the Illinois Young Professionals Network NonCon Wednesday afternoon.
Participants broke into smaller groups led by YPN Advisory Board members, Illinois REALTORS® 2018 President Matt Difanis and veteran instructor Wayne Paprocki. Sessions lasted 45 minutes before attendees moved to a new discussion. Topics included:
- Video/Social media
- Converting online leads
- Real estate apps
- Real estate investing
- Trends in the future of real estate
- Marketing ideas
- Creating your brand
- Best practices for prospecting commercial clients
The YPN NonCon is one of many meetings held at the Chicago Marriott Naperville during the Illinois REALTORS® October Business Meetings. See photo gallery below:
Illinois high school and college students can submit a historical video and possibly win two tickets to see Hamilton, the musical, in Chicago on Dec. 3. (Bigstock Photo)
Illinois REALTORS® can contact local high schools and colleges and notify local news media that the deadline for entries in the “Something to Learn About Illinois History” Video Contest has been extended to Oct. 31. Go to www.illinois200.com to register.
The contest will reward 100 Illinois high school and college students who submit an original video that highlights a fact, event, place, person or something to learn about the history of Illinois. The video must be 45 to 60 seconds in length.
The 100 winners will get their videos aired and posted online for others to see, plus they will receive two tickets to the Dec. 3 matinee showing of Hamilton in Chicago. The matinee will officially kickoff the 100-day Bicentennial Countdown.
For more details about the contest, go to www.illinois200.com.
Every city and town in Illinois has a historical story to tell, just like Pontiac, Ill. (Bigstock Photo)
The Illinois REALTORS® offices will be closed on Monday, Oct. 9 in observance of Columbus Day.
The offices will reopen on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
In 1937, the United States established Oct. 12 as a national holiday, honoring Christopher Columbus for discovering America in 1492. In 1971, the holiday was moved to the second Monday in October.