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NAPA 401(k) Summit Updates

Conferences & Events

If you haven’t yet registered for the NAPA 401(k) Summit – and even if you have – we’ve got some good news about the nation’s retirement plan advisor convention.

Many of you were out of the office, or otherwise occupied during the holidays – and may well have missed the updates. You’ve asked – and we’ve responded.

Kids’ Pass Registration Deadline Extended to Jan. 17

This year we’ll be in Orlando, Florida – and on Sunday night, we’re taking over Universal Studios – so, this year more than most, advisors are asking – can I bring my family?

The short answer is – yes! Just by staying in one of the conference hotels, they’ll enjoy many of the benefits of being in Universal Parks, such as accelerated places in line.

But the real fun will be Sunday night when we’ll have the park to ourselves – and while there will be plenty of live music, bars and activities for those without families, we’ll have exclusive access to attractions like Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon, TRANSFORMERS: The Ride – 3D, Revenge of the Mummy, The Blues Brothers Show, Shrek 4D and more!

Those who register for the NAPA 401(k) Summit before Jan. 17– your kids age 13 and under will get a free pass to all those Sunday events! (After that date, you can still purchase a kid’s pass for just $45.) Adult guest passes can be purchased for $100 at the event.

(k) Talks Auditions 

We’re bringing a brand new medium for information sharing at the 2020 NAPA 401(k) Summit. We’re calling it “(k) Talks” – if you’re familiar with TED Talks, you get the concept. It’s a 5-7 minute presentation on a topic of critical interest to retirement plan advisors. If you’ve ever seen one – or perhaps done one – you’ll notice right away that It takes a unique skill set to do this effectively. 

It’s a hard-hitting, impact-filled format – and we’re opening it up to anyone – provider, DCIO, advisor, TPA, lawyer – but first you have to pitch us on the what, the who, the why, and the “so what?” Not just in words, mind you – but in a video!

We’ve already gotten some great submissions – and, by popular demand – we’re extending the deadline for submissions to Jan. 31.

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Oh – and we’ve updated our agenda. Check it out – and register today – you can’t afford to miss out. 

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