The Michigan Association of Health Underwriters is pleased to announce the 2017 Professional Development Day and Legislative Day. The event information can be found below. Today we are announcing a first – joint event sponsorship opportunities.
MAHU understands that availability of sponsorship funds have significantly declined over the past several years. The need for companies to stay involved with important groups, such as MAHU, is important. Our solution to that is to present the opportunity for joint sponsorship at discount rates. We have attached information on the available sponsorships for our events. You decide – sponsor one or both!
Professional Development Day
Tuesday, March 7
E. Lansing Marriott Hotel, E. Lansing
Agenda being finalized
Wednesday, March 8
7:00 AM – 8:30 AM Legislative Breakfast (all legislators will be invited)– Boji Tower – downtown Lansing
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Legislative Update
9:30 AM – 2:00 PM Legislative Appointments
Professional Development Day is an opportunity for our members to register and attend a 2 track day with several CE opportunities along with a networking luncheon. Our Legislative Day is our mini-version of Cap Con (Day on the Hill) right here with our state legislators. With over 40 new legislators, this is our opportunity to introduce our industry and become the “go to” for legislators and staff.
Registration for these events will begin in the next few weeks, so watch your email or our website for more information. We want to be sure you are included on our registration emails and website, so complete the information to be a sponsor today!
We are an association of health insurance professionals who specialize in the delivery of individual and group insurance products. Our focus is to improve our health care system here in our state.
We represent our local chapters, clients, the insureds, and work to make health insurance more affordable and accessible for our state's residents. By educating our elected officials, we strive to avoid unnecessary legislation and the unintended consequences that often follows increased governmental involvement.