American Income Life Convention 2013
With less than four months until American Income Life’s 2013 Convention, it’s time for AIL’s elite to start preparing for the biggest party of the year. What can AIL’s Agent Extraordinaires expect come showtime? Here are just a few things:
1) Spectacular Accommodations
The Hilton Riverside, located in downtown New Orleans, was chosen as destination due to its prime location as an all-encompassing Big Easy hotspot: along the banks of the Mississippi River, adjacent to the New Orleans Convention Center, four short blocks to the historic French Quarter, and across the street from Harrah’s Casino.
Throw in a 90,000-square-foot fitness center, indoor tennis and racquetball courts, and two, sun-soaked outdoor pools, and it’s clear why the illustrious Hilton Riverside was chosen to host AIL’s elite.
2) Deserved Recognition
The hard work AIL sales Agents and Representatives put in throughout the year will be recognized as CEO Roger Smith and others reap much-deserved recognition upon those selected to attend Convention. Guests will quickly find party-after-party designed for one purpose: to let you kick back with a drink, dine on some hors d’oeuvres, and take it easy with top Company leaders while you reap the benefits of your dedication to American Income Life.
Whether you’re planning on rockin’ a slick tux or an Oscar-night style dress, be prepared to hop on stage alongside Company leadership and get your voice heard and face seen by AIL’s best!
3) Unmatched Enthusiasm
With a hotel full of hundreds of the Company’s top heavy-hitters, expect nothing less than a rock concert-like energy at Convention. Excitement and good times will be found everywhere – waiting as you arrive at the hotel, at the Welcome Reception, the President’s Club Dinner, the Qualifiers Reception, at the Awards Ceremony, and throughout all of New Orleans. Check out this video recapping last year’s Convention in the Dominican Republic to get an idea of the top-notch energy level that exists at AIL’s annual Conventions.
4) Old & New Friends
As an international Company with an international Agent force, it goes without saying the opportunity to mingle and form relationships with AIL’s top representatives, from Pennsylvania to New Zealand, comes few and far between.
Convention presents the perfect opportunity to grab cocktails with longstanding colleagues at the Spirits Bar, eat southern cuisine with new AIL friend at Drago’s Seafood, grab a quick sandwich at the River Blends Café, or toss back some java and a pastry at Le Croissant Express, all found within the confines of the extravagant Hilton Riverside.
If you’ve been to Convention before, what’s your best memory from a previous AIL Convention? If this June marks your first Convention, how are you most eager to spend your time among AIL’s best in New Orleans?