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What to Expect at this Year’s Spring Management Meeting


By Barbara Tiseo, ICI Meeting & Event Planner The Meeting


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n this year’s meeting, we welcome back an old friend, Dr. Ken Mayland, who has come out of retirement to


wow us with his own special way of looking at economic factors affecting our industry. We will also learn about the global marketplace from European, Asian and North American speakers. Long-time friends of the Institute, Tim Kinney and Rick Alaniz will also be making an appearance.


addressing “7 Growth Killers (And How to Stop Them)”, and Rick will get us all up to speed on legal matters affecting our businesses.


Alternate Event This year our alternate event will include back to back tours of the Bacardi Rum Factory and San Cristobal Fort. Bacardi is the largest rum distillery in the world and has been a part of the Puerto Rican landscape since 1936. There, we will hear the history of the Bacardi family, learn about the different types of rum and have fun at a mixology class where we get to sample our creations! San Cristobal Fort, the largest


Spanish military structure in the New World, was constructed in 1785 and


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is considered to be the most popular attraction in Old San Juan. The Fort saw its final military action in 1898, during the Spanish-American War when Puerto Rico was attacked by US Navy warships. Puerto Rico became a US territory six months later. The fort is now part of San Juan’s National Historic Site.


Tim will be


Guest Event Our guest event consists of a historical tour of Old San Juan that will include a stop for lunch and an opportunity to visit local shops. Old San Juan is the second oldest


city in the Americas, dating


back to 1509 when the first Spanish settlers arrived. With its vibrant colors, cobblestone streets, shopping, plaza’s and people, history thrives in Old San Juan.


This event will surely provide


your guest with an experience to be remembered for years to come.


Golf Outing The Ocean course at the Rio Mar Golf Club was designed with the resort’s unique


location in mind. Situated


between the mountains of El Yunque Rainforest and the majesty of the Atlantic Ocean, the course winds through lakes and the natural contours of the island.


So, pack your sunscreen, bathing


suit and comfortable walking shoes and join us for an amazing Island getaway. Lush with the natural beauty, colors and sounds of a tropical getaway, this event has the added bonus of great speakers, incredible sights, outstanding food and the very best company to share it with. The 2019 Spring Management Meeting will certainly be an event to remember, but you have to join us to do that!


February 2019 ❘ 11 Don’t be surprised if you see Sand


Iguanas at your tee. This signature golf course was designed by award winning golf course architects Tom and George Fazio and is considered one of the best in the Caribbean. I can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon with colleagues and friends.


Annual Banquet To commemorate all of our amazing experiences in Puerto Rico, our Tuesday evening event will be an authentic Puerto Rican pig roast set on the amazing Beachfront Deck. With the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean music playing in the background, we will be certain to laugh and dance the night away.


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