FLOOD INSURANCE SUMMIT TOMORROW
NATIONAL EXPERTS, VENDORS AND MORE TO HELP YOU
Pre Registration will be open until Midnight April 4th
Click HERE to register now!
If you dont register before hand? NO PROBLEM! Register at the door!
Remember: THE SUMMIT IS FREE TO ALL!
Also: If you registered for one session, you may attend both- no need to re-register
You Need To Attend if you are:
Lender, realtor, insurer, small business owner, home builder, land surveyor, engineer, Architect, local official, homeowner, policyholder, or just interested in the information and want to know more!
The Summit will happen rain, snow, or shine!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE ATTENDING
This is the last email update for the Flood Insurance Summit! We want to thank those that have pre-registered, and we encourage you spread the word as registration will be available at the door!
Below are important updates for all those attending:
There is parking at the front of the High School and the rear of the Furnace Brook Middle School (adjacent to the High School).
The entrance to the Auditorium is behind the ram statue at the front of the High School.
For the Professional Session: The doors to the session will not open before 2:20pm.
For the Homeowner Session: The doors to the session are open as soon as the Professional Session is complete. We invite you to come early and speak with our vendors!
From the highway (Route 3) either coming from the north or south, take exit #12 and head east on 139. Roughly two miles from the highway on the left is Rams Way (right before the Marshfield High School Sign). After turning left on Rams Way, the Marshfield High School will be the building further down on the left. The building directly off 139 is the Furnace Brook Middle School, and is not the High School
WHAT TO BRING
If you are looking to have one of our vendors answer property specific questions, please bring an elevation certificate and/or current policy declarations page if you have either. Everything else, such as Summit brochures and printed materials for the Summit are provided. We will also have light snacks and water for purchase.
For any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Look for the Summit in the media:
Patriot Ledger- Read the article HERE
Marshfield Mariner- Read the article HERE
Boston Globe- Read the article HERE
We are proud to announce our current line up of guest speakers, coming to Massachusetts from all over the nation!
Featured presenter, Lisa Jones- CFM, CPM, ANFI: Flood insurance expert from Carolina Flood Solutions with 30 years of experience at all levels of the NFIP. Lisa has sat on numerous federal and state task force panels, has testified to Congress on flood insurance, among other accomplishments and qualifications.
Noel Bunol- National Flood Manager, National General Insurance
Phil Wills- Senior Vice President, Client Relations at Torrent Technologies
Mark Condodemetraky- President, G. C. Engineering
Rep. Jim Cantwell with a State and Federal legislative update
NEW: Chris Haraden with a realtor update
Vendors there to help YOU!
Our list of current vendor is growing every week! While property specific questions may not be able to be answered during our presentations, we are bringing the experts that can help you!
Rogers and Gray Insurance
Scituate Coastal Coalition
Jack Conway Realtors
G. C. Engineering
Living Shoreline Solutions, Inc
Sullivan, Garrity, and Donnelly Insurance
Marshfield Coastal Coalition
What is the Flood Insurance Summit?
The Summit is a series of free sessions with information and interactive discussion aimed to educate, inform, and discuss flood insurance and other issues affecting NFIP stakeholders by gathering national and state experts to present, clarify and interact with our community.
Who is the Massachusetts Coastal Coalition?
The Massachusetts Coastal Coalition was established first in 2012 as the South East Regional Coastal Coalition (SERCC) by the Marshfield Citizens Coastal Coalition and the Scituate Coastal Coalition. The original goal was to create a regional group that networked communities, citizens groups, and other coastal stakeholders.
The mission statement for the MCC is to represent citizens of the coast and give them an active voice in coastal issues at the state and national level, along with keeping citizens, communities and stakeholders informed on coastal issues that affect them. We achieve this in three simple ways: advocating, representing, and educating.
There is no Chair or executive board for the MCC. The group relies on the leadership within the citizens coalitions that make up the MCC to function. There are two coordinators of the MCC: Dave Ball from the Scituate Coastal Coalition, and Joe Rossi from the Marshfield Coastal Coalition