Capitol Rotunda Dinner and Casino Night made for a fun time Thursday evening
View photos from the night
CCNC Casino Night Thursday, August 16, 2012 was included at no extra cost for all registered attendees and exhibitors, and some sponsors.
Thank you for Attending the 2012 CCNC - "Destination: Education"
"One of our best yet"
The 19th annual Claims Conference of Northern California kicked-off with an all-new Wednesday afternoon session on "Advanced Structural Drying", with Ken Larsen and Bill Weber. The duo demonstrated a depth of knowledge and cutting-edge perspective on the physics of proper drying techniques. Attendees walked away with a new view, and more information on what to look for from a contractor or restoration company, as a result. The opening session was followed by a CCNC Hosted Welcoming Cocktail Reception from 6-8pm. see Wednesday's photos
Thursday morning, the full-on conference commenced, with an entertaining and enlightening keynote address from Scott Friedman that left people putting on their "GPS" (Graditude - Play - & Surprise), the three key elements to Mr. Friedman's address.
At the end of the day of classes and tradeshow, nearly 300 people of those registered attended the first-ever CCNC Dinner gathering. Held just across the street at the California State Capitol Rotunda, the dinner was a smash success. Casino Night followed back at the Hyatt, with gaming for prizes and plenty of dancing to be had. View Thursday evening photo gallery
Friday brought nearly a full day of sessions, starting with a general session on ethics with Ulises Castellon and Greg Harwell, and ending with a general session on business ettiquette, biases and ethics, featuring Jim Keowen and Larry Hensley, along with Patter Wasser. view Friday photo gallery
Continuing Education Accreditation
CCNC was pleased to be able to provide CE credits for both the California and Texas Departments of Insurance for adjusters, agents and brokers, as well as the Earthquake Certification.
Claims Conference of Northern California, Inc.
P.O. Box 4657, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Hyatt Regency is officially sold out of rooms for this event.
Other places to stay in town include the Woodlake Hotel. They have rooms starting as low as $89/night.