Living Under the Radar
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue | 4200 City Avenue | Philadelphia, PA 19131
This Luncheon & Business Meeting will focus on something we all need to be aware of: Living Under the Radar—Where Active Shooters, Mass Violence Producers and I.E.D.'s Live.
The presentation is designed to educate those who work in the Residential Rental Community on everyday household items that have been used in the Nation’s Largest Terrorist Attacks. This session will be interactive with the audience to hold and understand why everyday household items, when gathered in mass, can be a sign someone has bad intentions. Cost is $45 for PennDel AHMA members and $55 for non-members. The fee is an allowable operating expense.
Michael S. Batley is our presenter.
Michael’s Career started by managing his parent’s property portfolio Nearly 30 years ago. He is the Founder of Anew Properties LLC a Philadelphia Based Property Management and Asset Management Company. His Diverse Portfolio includes Ownership and Management of Some of the City’s most Dangerous Neighborhoods to an Entire Block of Historic Homes in Center City, totaling over 25 Million Dollars in Estimated Property Value.
He is blessed to be faculty at Temple University Real Estate Institute where he is able to Espouse and Promote his “Real Life” “No Nonsense” “Hands On Approach” to Property Management, Creating a Learned Environment for the Real Estate Professional and at the Same Time Partnering with the F.B.I. to Protect our Nations Infrastructure.
Registration Deadline is June 23
If you cannot guarantee receipt of your payment prior to the event date, please call 856-786-2183 to confirm your reservation. All confirmed reservations must be paid for whether you attend or not.
If you have questions, or if a confirmation page does not appear after submitting your information, please contact the chapter office at 856-786-2183 or PennDelAHMA@comcast.net
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This organization complies with Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). The site is accessible for individuals with disabilities and if a registrant requires special accommodations, please contact the PennDel AHMA office at least ten days prior to the date of the course.