Florida Rental Dealers Postpone Annual Meeting
The Florida Rental Dealers Association has announced the postponement of its upcoming annual meeting due to the impact Hurricane Irma has had on the Sunshine State and surrounding areas. The two-day meeting was scheduled for September 19 and 20 in Tampa.
“On behalf of everyone at the Florida Rental Dealers Association, thank you so much for your calls, texts, emails and prayers during and after Hurricane Irma,” says Sharon Tomaszewski, FRDA president. “Watching the storm as it moved over the entire state, and then experiencing it firsthand, is something I hope none of us ever has to go through again. Because Irma has affected the entire state and those north of us, too, it is in the best interest of our members and vendors to postpone the FRDA meeting that was scheduled for next. We do not feel this is the right time to hold an event that will take people away from their families, homes and businesses following a storm of this magnitude.”
FRDA will refund registration fees, with the exception of annual dues, as soon as possible and meeting organizers plan to reschedule the event. “We will make every effort to reschedule, and once a date has been chosen, we will notify RTO professionals right away. We appreciate all of your support and thank you in advance for your understanding.”