Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM EST
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Latham - Gazebo Room
400 Old Loudon Road
Latham, NY 12110

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Tammy St Louis
NY Capital Region Apartment Association

Join your NYCRAA Colleagues

for our Education Program

"Are You Prepared to Deal with Disaster" 

Sponsored by United Fitness Sports and Pools

While fires, floods, earthquakes and more pose significant threats, many other natural and man-made disasters also have the potential to damage or destroy property. 

Knowing the potential risks, anticipating them, and being properly prepared before, during, and after a disaster could mean the difference between the total loss of a resource and limiting or eliminating the resulting damage.

While disasters may be unpredictable, important steps can be taken before a disaster occurs to minimize the threat of damage.  Disaster preparedness is everyone’s responsibility.

Join us for our panelist discussion with area professionals and learn how and what to do to prepare for a disaster if and when it strikes!


Joseph Macfawn, MacFawn Fire and Restoration

Christopher Spofford, Ten Eyck Group

Kevin Coffey, Regional Chief Officer, Red Cross 

About our Sponsor:

United Fitness Sports and Pools, Inc.

  Known for providing our customers peace of mind, United Fitness, Sports & Pools Inc. furnishes the highest quality commercial aquatic and amenity management. Whether serving luxury apartments, hotels, aquatic centers, universities, homeowner’s associations, co-ops, country clubs or private pools, United’s dedicated staff attends to every facet of maintenance and management of swimming pools and amenity centers. United Fitness, Sports & Pools customers know their day to day issues will be covered without fail, and that they’ll receive speedy and effective solutions to any problems they experience with pools and exercise centers. As our way of saying thank you to NYCRAA for allowing us to sponsor this event, new customers please mention NYCRAA to receive $150 off their first bill for any seasonal or year-round contracts.”