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All-Access Registration to 2022 CAI-IL Condo-HOA Conference & Expo May 13, 2022 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Rosemont, IL

Paid Attendee registration includes:

  • All Education Sessions
  • Access to Exhibit Hall
  • Coffee/Light Breakfast
  • Buffet Lunch
  • Printed Conference Book
  • Conference Tote Bag
  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Pre-Conference Survey 2022 Condo-HOA Conference May 13, 2022 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 02/25/2022 at 8:30 AM (CST)

    The overall theme for part 1 of this series is the importance of having a financial plan in place to complete capital intensive projects in a timely manner.

    The overall theme for part 1 of this series is the importance of having a financial plan in place to complete capital intensive projects in a timely manner.  A challenging discussion for all communities is how to plan for and fund their capital intensive projects.  This session will assist Board members and managers to make informed capital planning decisions that maintain the investment of the owners in their communities.    

    Learning objectives for the program include:

    • ●Capital project funding options and theories
    • ●Concepts used to develop expenditures and funding plans within a Reserve Study
    • ●Ways to avoid Board paralysis that leads to deferral of critical projects and increased project costs
    • ●When and why it is time to get your Reserve Study up to date
    • ●Who should be involved in developing the capital project financial plan
    • ●Typical timeline for obtaining bank financing
    • ●Repayment sources for bank financing
    • ●Loan structures available to Associations


    Todd Walter

    Reserve Advisors

    Todd Walter, a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Illinois,is the Great Lake Regional Executive Director for Reserve Advisors, which is dedicated toserving community associations throughout the United States.  Mr. Walter has conducted nearly 2,500 ReserveStudies since starting with Reserve Advisors in 1999, primarily in the Chicago andMinneapolis areas.  Mr. Walter severed asthe Vice President of Engineer at Reserve Advisors for numerous years and wasresponsible for building at team of 30+ engineers.  

    Timothy Haviland

    Inland Bank and Trust

    Timothy J. Haviland, Sr. Vice President, Director of Community Association Lending, Inland Bank and Trust, has been active as a commercial lender since 2001, and a lender to local Associations since 2003. Tim has written or has been quoted in numerous articles featured in publications such as the Chicago Tribune, Common Interest magazine, and the Chicagoland Cooperator.

    Tim is also actively involved with the Community Associations Institute (CAI), where he served on the Illinois Chapter (CAI-IL) Board of Directors for six years and was the Chapter President during 2012. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the CAI-IL Magazine Committee and a member of the CAI-IL Finance Committee.

    Tim received his undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University and his MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to his career as a commercial banker, Tim served in the United States Navy as a carrier-based aviator (1984-1991).

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 02/25/2022 at 8:30 AM (CST)

    The COVID-19 forced community associations to adapt and reimagine their annual board elections. Many associations have successfully implemented electronic voting and virtual annual meetings, and owners are growing accustomed to the convenience offered by “e-voting”. Whether your community association has been offering electronic voting for years or is considering adding it for the first time, now is a good time to evaluate the election procedures and consider implementing changes.

    This session will provide practical guidance and recommended best practices for all things electronic voting, including:

     

    • Strategies for effective and convenient electronic voting
    • What have we learned?  What’s working (and what isn’t)?
    • The “hybrid” model – part in person, part virtual
    • Deadlines to be aware of
    • Legal requirements for electronic voting
    • What to look for in a vendor
    • Trends (Is electronic voting here to stay? What should my association be thinking about going forward?)

    Cathi Sleight

    VoteHOANow

    Cathi Sleight –Cathi brings over 16 years’ experience in the industry, 10 as an executive manager for the largest management company in the Northwest and now 6 years at Vote HOA Now serving over 30 states across the nation, quickly becoming the nations expert in Online Voting. She just celebrated her 10 years as an CMCA, is an CAI Educated Business Partner and brings an inside perspective to the oversight of sales, marketing and industry education.  Cathi can be found with her peers at trade shows and online voting seminars all over the nation.  

    Adam Kahn

    Levenfeld Pearlstein

    Adam is an associate in the Community Association Group. He helps cooperative, condominium, and homeowners associations navigate a variety of legal, financial and commercial issues. Whether attending board meetings and offering common sense solutions to governance challenges; reviewing, negotiating and modifying various agreements; or advising his association clients on enforcement of governing documents, Adam is a pragmatic, trusted advisor with a patient and fair approach to problem-solving.

    Prior to joining Levenfeld Pearlstein, Adam worked at a New York boutique real estate firm where he offered practical, comprehensive legal advice to community associations. Treating each of his clients as unique, Adam takes a holistic approach to advising community associations. He focuses his practice onreviewing, negotiating and modifying governing documents, lease agreements, policy documents and commercial contracts. Adam’s clients usually request his attendance at monthly board meetings, where his level head and industry acumen prove instrumental in effective policy-making and business planning.

    Adam was presented with the Minister Gloria Jean Fowler Angel Award in his final year at Emory University School of Law, which recognizes one student who embodies the kindness and grace of former Emory employee Gloria Jean Fowler.

    Rich Hiles

    FirstService Residential Illinois

    Rich is a 20-year industry veteran with FirstService Residential. He has accumulated many years of experience with large scale HOAs, mid-rises and condominiums of all types. Prior to joining this industry, Rich spent a dozen years in the corporate housing industry with the nations largest provider of corporate housing units. Rich currently mentors a team of eight property managers to make them the very best in the community association business. He has been a featured speaker for CAI and ACTHA events and is a Cub Scout leader and softball coach in his off time.

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 8:30 AM (CST)

    Homeowners and Board Members--learn how to fairly and ethically lead your association

    This course is designed to help board members gain perspective in ethical decision making by:

    Understanding the responsibilities of fiduciary duty and the standards as a board member
    Learning what you "need to know" regarding conflicts of interest, code of conduct and fair practices
    Developing an action plan on rules to follow and fostering relationships
    Obtaining knowledge in enforcement of infractions, disclosure and confidentiality  

    Kara Cermak

    Real Manage

    Kara Cermak is part of the RealManage Family of Brands as Senior Vice President of Learning and Development.  She previously served as the President and daughter of the founding owner of Rowell Incorporated for over 20 years until merging with RealManage LLC.  Kara graduated from Northern Illinois University with an Operations Management Degree and a minor in English Literature.  She has over 30 years of experience in the industry, managing communities, and overseeing the day-to-day operations of a team. As a leader in the industry, Kara realizes the importance of improving the industry as a whole. She obtained the CMCA®, AMS®, and PCAM® (the pinnacle of CAI designations).  She served as a Board Member for the Illinois Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) for 8 years and also served as President of the Chapter for a year. She became National Faculty for CAI’s Professional Designations Program in 2009 and continues to teach throughout the country. Kara earned the Educator of the Year Award in 2017 and served from 2017 through 2019 on the National CAI Board of Trustees, and the National CAI Community Manager's Council. She is now a member of the Community Manager Success Group (CMSG) for the RealManage family, and teaches, mentors, and supports community managers and board members.

    Rachel Rowley

    Enterprise Bank & Trust

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 02/25/2022 at 9:45 AM (CST)

    This seminar will help you understand the importance of having a maintenance schedule for general upkeep and preventative maintenance, and risks associated with deferring maintenance.

    This seminar will help you understand the importance of having a maintenance schedule for general upkeep and preventative maintenance, and risks associated with deferring maintenance. Putting off maintenance will always cost your association more in the long run and may expose your association to unnecessary liability. Prolonging the inevitable will have a negative impact on your community. Not only that, but it can also cause dangerous and imminently hazardous conditions. It could be as simple as a crack in the sidewalk posing a tripping hazard or it could be as deadly serious as a building collapse. With the right planning, budgeting, cooperation from homeowners, and response from the board, your association can avoid the dangers of deferred maintenance and keep everyone safe. In this seminar we will address the following:

    • Complete a reserve study regularly and update your maintenance budget accordingly.
    • Have a plan in place and follow a schedule for preventative maintenance, including evaluations by consultants and inspections by contractors, to perform repairs or replacement.
    • Monitor conditions to ensure building components are well maintained, safe for residents, and that you are minimizing your legal exposure. 
    • Work to educate homeowners on the necessity of maintenance for the health and safety of themselves, their families, and their property values.
    • Prepare for residents who resist raising fees and consult with an attorney to help navigate the situation and raise the needed funds. 

    Kerry Bartell

    Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit

    Kerry Bartell is a principal with the law firm of Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit and has been practicing with the firm for over 16 years. She concentrates her practice in the area of Common Interest Community Association
    (condominium, townhome, homeowner, Master) law.

    Kerry's expertise includes providing guidance on general matters relating to associations, as well as counseling the board of directors for an association on corporate actions, contracts, dispute resolution and other issues relating to the association as a corporation.

    Kerry conducts seminars and webinars on community association law for homeowners, property managers and community associations in the Chicago land area. She is a frequent speaker at industry tradeshows and has written numerous articles featured in publications such as the Chicago Tribune, Common Interest, and Chicagoland Cooperator.

    Kerry is also actively involved with Community Association Institute (CAI), where she served on the Board for six years and as Illinois Chapter President for two years. She currently serves on the Chapter Awards and Nominating Committees.

    Kerry received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and is a graduate of the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

    Michele Trina, CMCA, AMS

    Associa Chicagoland

    As Vice President of Operations, Michele serves in a leadership role for Associa Chicagoland’s suburban location which includes overseeing a diverse team of managers and operational staff as well as being responsible for the property management operations. Michele has extensive experience in the residential property management industry and has been involved in our industry since 1998.

    Michele’s areas of expertise include business strategy, operational improvement, financial /budget planning and conflict management. Her industry experience, strong client focus, communication and leadership capabilities continue to drive excellence for our suburban team.

    Michele’s experience in maintaining all aspects of community association management and proven team leadership enables her to provide the highest level of management services for our clients. Her focus on training community managers in systems, industry compliance, internal processes, procedures and standards has helped to strengthen our processes for uniformity and compliance.  Michele is a valuable contributor to our company vision and takes pride in setting a positive example for our teams to strive for excellence in serving our clients

    Michele is a licensed Community Association Manager in Illinois and holds the Certified Management of Community Associations (CMCA) designation and the Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation. She is also a member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and has been a speaker for their annual conference as she takes pride in being able to educate board members, managers and homeowners. She also previously held her Illinois Real Estate Salesperson license. 

    Michael Wiscons, SE, PE

    Building Technology Consultants, Inc.

    Michael F. Wiscons is Principal Structural Engineer with Building Technology Consultants, Inc., a forensic engineering firm in Arlington Heights, Illinois.  He is a licensed structural engineer in the state of Illinois and is a licensed professional engineer in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.  Mike has managed over 300 structural and building facade projects.  These projects have included steel, concrete, masonry, and timber building systems on institutional, governmental, industrial, historic, commercial, and residential buildings.

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 02/25/2022 at 9:45 AM (CST)

    Manager Session

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    Nicholas Bartzen

    Bartzen Rosenlund Kasten LLC

    Nicholas Bartzen is one of the founding partners of Bartzen Rosenlund Kasten, LLC and exclusively represents Illinois community associations. He currently serves as the co-chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Condominium Subcommittee, and is an active member of CAI-IL, the Illinois chapter of the Community Association Institute, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Nicholas is also the co-author of the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education 2021 Edition of “Condominium Law: Governance, Authority, and Controlling Documents.”

    Nicholas is both frequently published and interviewed on condo and HOA legal issues in a range of local and national industry publications, including Condo Lifestyles MagazineCommon Interest Magazine, the CAI-Illinois publication, The New York Cooperator: The Co-op and Condo Monthly, and The Chicagoland Cooperator: The Condo, HOA and Co-op Monthly. He is also a frequent lecturer and host of legal seminars for industry organizations and area property management companies and regularly serves as a panelist on community association law podcasts.[1]

    [1] List of presentations available via the Altus Legal, LLC website www.altuslegal.com under the “Presentations” tab. You may also see Nicholas’ extensive list of community association publications under the “Publications” tab.

     

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 10:30 AM (CST)

    Most people utilize networking to increase the quantity and quality of their connections to eventually generate a never-ending flow of referrals. What people tend to overlook is that networking is a marathon not a sprint. The key to getting the most out of networking is to truly connect and build strong relationships. Raghu Sundara will explore the mindset, processes and techniques of making long-lasting connections and generating solid referrals for others which is critical in nourishing your professional and personal life.

    More information coming soon

    Raghu Sundara

    Allsate

    Allstate

    Raghu Sundara is a graduate of Conant High School in Schaumburg where he was born and raised. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Purdue University in 2000, Raghu entered the sales and service industry where his hunger for advocacy and protecting began. In 2007, Raghu transitioned into the world of insurance where he quickly recognized his ability to bring his passion of community, advocacy, protecting and networking to the workplace. In 2019, Raghu harnessed his entrepreneurial spirit and leadership skills to open Allstate - Sundara Insurance Group in the very community he grew up in. 

      

    Through his commitment to individuals, couples and families, Raghu focuses on providing insurance through transparent education of coverage options and consumer needs. While many understand basic coverage, it is the mission of Sundara Insurance Group to provide the best plan to ensure savings when you need them most. While it may be easy to choose a flashy price for monthly premiums, Raghu values education surrounding coverage gaps and back-end savings. Shouting his mantra of “Being the best part of his client’s worst day,” Raghu promises to be the voice on the other end of the line when crisis strikes.    

       

    While insurance has been his focus in business, Raghu humbly serves on the board of Childhood Leukemia Warriors Foundation where he advocates and fundraises for local families working through treatment of Leukemia. As a constant connector and integral part of his community, Raghu is an active member of several local chambers and business associations. Raghu is a current resident of Elk Grove Village with his lovely wife and their wonderful daughter.  

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)

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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)

    Homeowners and Board Members--bring your questions to this session and receive answers from a panel of experts.

    More information coming soon

    Todd Walter

    Reserve Advisors

    Todd Walter, a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Illinois,is the Great Lake Regional Executive Director for Reserve Advisors, which is dedicated toserving community associations throughout the United States.  Mr. Walter has conducted nearly 2,500 ReserveStudies since starting with Reserve Advisors in 1999, primarily in the Chicago andMinneapolis areas.  Mr. Walter severed asthe Vice President of Engineer at Reserve Advisors for numerous years and wasresponsible for building at team of 30+ engineers.  

    Kathy Kahl

    Rosenthal Brothers Insurance

    Kathy began working in the insurance industry in 1989 while earning her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Marketing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. 

    She began her insurance career selling and servicing personal insurance and shortly after college graduation in 1993, became manager of a Personal Lines Department for a downtown Chicago agency where she received her introduction to commercial insurance.  She became especially interested in the area of community association insurance.  She realized that working with property managers, board members, and homeowners was similar to the goals she set for herself in working with her home and auto insurance clients.  Her goals being to create a long term relationship with the client through open communication, education, service, and to earn the position as their trusted insurance advisor.  Working with community associations quickly became the focus of her career and passion.

    Kathy demonstrates her commitment to the advancement of community associations as well as her professional development by being a member of CAI, earning both the CIRMS (Community Insurance and Risk Management Specialist) and Educated Business Partner credentials from CAI, she volunteers on the CAI Magazine, Membership, and Homeowner Leader Education committees and is also a member of ACTHA (Association of Condominium, Townhouse, and Homeowners Associations).  Kathy is also involved with other industry related groups and committees.  

    John Bickley

    KSN

    KSN

    Timothy J Haviland

    Inland Bank & Trust

    Timothy J. Haviland, Sr. Vice President, Director of Community Association Lending, Inland Bank and Trust, has been active as a commercial lender since 2001, and a lender to local Associations since 2003. Tim has written or has been quoted in numerous articles featured in publications such as the Chicago Tribune, Common Interest magazine, and the Chicagoland Cooperator.

    Tim is also actively involved with the Community Associations Institute (CAI), where he served on the Illinois Chapter (CAI-IL) Board of Directors for six years and was the Chapter President during 2012. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the CAI-IL Magazine Committee and a member of the CAI-IL Finance Committee.

    Tim received his undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University and his MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to his career as a commercial banker, Tim served in the United States Navy as a carrier-based aviator (1984-1991).

    Community Associations Institute - Illinois Chapter would like to thank the program sponsors for their generous support

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)

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    Kathy Kahl

    Rosenthal Brothers Insurance

    Kathy began working in the insurance industry in 1989 while earning her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Marketing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. 

    She began her insurance career selling and servicing personal insurance and shortly after college graduation in 1993, became manager of a Personal Lines Department for a downtown Chicago agency where she received her introduction to commercial insurance.  She became especially interested in the area of community association insurance.  She realized that working with property managers, board members, and homeowners was similar to the goals she set for herself in working with her home and auto insurance clients.  Her goals being to create a long term relationship with the client through open communication, education, service, and to earn the position as their trusted insurance advisor.  Working with community associations quickly became the focus of her career and passion.

    Kathy demonstrates her commitment to the advancement of community associations as well as her professional development by being a member of CAI, earning both the CIRMS (Community Insurance and Risk Management Specialist) and Educated Business Partner credentials from CAI, she volunteers on the CAI Magazine, Membership, and Homeowner Leader Education committees and is also a member of ACTHA (Association of Condominium, Townhouse, and Homeowners Associations).  Kathy is also involved with other industry related groups and committees.  

    Nancy Ayers

    Alliant Insurance

    Nancy Ayers manages the Residential Risk Management Practice at  Alliant/Mesirow Insurance  She specializes in designing customized programs for building owners and property management companies.  She is a member of the Broker Advisory Council for Affiliated FM/FM Global Insurance and former board member of the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers in Washington DC.DC.

    Cindy Fitts

    CISA Insurance

    Cindy Fitts earned her MBA with a Leadership Concentration andBA in Business Management from Aurora University. She earned her CAI CommunityInsurance & Risk Management Specialist (CIRMS) designation in 2013 and isalso a CAI Educated Business Partner.

    She has been an Account Executive with CISA Insurance since 2002where she provides for the day to day insurance needs of her communityassociations. She is passionate about partnering with and educating communityassociation boards and their managers on insurance and industry lawrequirements to ensure they are protected properly and are functioning ashealthy communities.

    Cindy has been a participating member of CAI since 2002 whereshe started serving on the Membership Directory committee. She then served onthe Program Committee, the Legal Forum/Conference Education Committee and iscurrently serving on the Chapter Board of Directors and as the Co-Chair of theLegislative Fundraising Committee.

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All-Access Registration to 2022 CAI-IL Condo-HOA Conference & Expo

May 13, 2022
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Rosemont, IL

Paid Attendee registration includes:

  • All Education Sessions
  • Access to Exhibit Hall
  • Coffee/Light Breakfast
  • Buffet Lunch
  • Printed Conference Book
  • Conference Tote Bag

COVID-19 Event Attendee Protocols

The health and safety of attendees and event staff will drive all in-person event decisions, and events must comply with current guidance and restrictions from the Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), local government, venue, and CAI Illinois policy. If you feel sick, especially if you have COVID-19 symptoms like a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please stay home. CAI Illinois reserves the right to ask people to leave an event.

In the event CAI Illinois is notified of a positive COVID-19 case from someone who was at a CAI Illinois event, the chapter will notify all attendees (excluding the person’s name) so attendees can take the appropriate testing/isolation steps.

Photo Policy

Attendance at CAI events authorizes CAI to use photographs or video of the event, which may include attendees’ images, for CAI’s promotional purposes. To opt out please contact the chapter office.

Liability and Damages

Neither the Illinois Chapter of CAI nor Donald E. Stephens Convention Center will assume any responsibility for damages to, nor loss of any, merchandise or articles left at the venue during or following the event.

Lunch

Each paid registrant, or paid booth representative will receive a buffet lunch. The buffet lunch ticket must be presented at the entrance for admittance to the lunch area. There is general admission seating within the buffet area. Once you finish lunch we encourage you to visit the exhibits.   No Outside Food or Drink is Allowed.

The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center is located at 5555 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL
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Public Transportation
811 - Rosemont Entertainment Circulator

Bus route provides daily circulator service between Rosemont Transit Center (CTA Blue Line), Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Fashion Outlets of Chicago, Parkway Bank Park Entertainment District, Pearl District, and all Chicago Dogs home baseball games at Impact Field.

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PUBLIC PARKING

Public parking is available in the William St. Garage and East Parking Garage. Parking is $15.00* for 24 hours, no in & out privileges.  *Rate is subject to change

 A Shuttle will be available for pick up and drop off between the parking garage and the main entrance. The shuttle will run on 15 minute cycles.

Public Parking & Skybridge Access Map

Other Parking Options

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Contact Information: 
Business Office
Phone 847-692-6415

Information for attendees with disabilities:  The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center is wheelchair accessible.  Wheelchairs are available for rent from the facility.  For more information please contact the business office.

AMENITIES 

Starbucks: Located in the main lobby

ATM Machines: There are 3 MB Financial Bank ATM machines located throughout the facility.  They can be found in the following locations:  

  • Level 1 of the Convention Center Main Lobby across from Starbucks
  • Level 2 of the Convention Center in the Hall G lobby
  • Expoteria lobby between Hall A and Expoteria

Coat Check: For your convenience, permanent coat checks areas are located on levels 1 & 2 of the Conference Center.

Internet Access: Rosemont Convention Center offers a complimentary basic Wi-Fi service throughout all public spaces, meeting rooms, ballrooms and designated areas on the exhibit floor.

Water Fountains:

  • Main Lobby, next to women's bathrooms
  • G Hall, between the men's and women's bathroom on the east side of the hall
  • G Hall, between the men's and women's bathroom on the west side of the hall
  • Far west side between men's and women's bathroom
  • Far east side between men's and women's bathroom

A list of exhibitors and an exhibit hall map is available here - EXHIBIT HALL MAP - EXHIBITOR LIST