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Virginia Leadership Retreat at The Homestead – 2012

It’s that time of year again to schedule your attendance at the Homestead for The Virginia Leadership Retreat. This event has become a favorite for Virginia community association attorneys, management companies, and business partners.  The VLR is a very popular seminar sponsored by Central Virginia Community Association InstituteSoutheastern Virginia Community Association Institute, and Washington Metropolitan Community Association Institute. Here are some photos from last year’s event.

 

Use this form to register now for the Virginia Leadership Retreat while rooms are available and enjoy a fantastic weekend at The Homestead and its three championship golf courses, one of the world’s premier spas, a world-class shooting club, fly fishing with Orvis-endorsed instructors, 100 miles of trails to explore, and an award-winning KidsClub. Sponsorship opportunities are going fast. Use this sponsorship form if you are interested.

As an added treat, The Homestead is undergoing a “$25 million transformation” that should be completed by the date of the VLR. In addition to its already impressive amenities, The Homestead is adding a “one-of-a-kind family adventure area, new Spa and Wellness Center, innovative dining experiences, and miniature golf.” There will be no better place to be for professionals in the field of HOA law!


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Tarley Robinson, PLC, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law

Williamsburg, Virginia

 

John Tarley

John is the firm's managing partner and chairs the firm's small business, zoning, and litigation practice areas.

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