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National Agents Alliance Wraps Up Nationwide Fall Forward Events in Dallas

DALLAS, Texas — National Agents Alliance, a life insurance marketing organization, is wrapping up their Fall Forward events this weekend at the Hyatt Regency on Reunion Blvd in Dallas.

The 3-day event in Dallas, which is concluding the nationwide Fall Forward run, welcomes agents from all over the country for an action packed weekend filled with speakers, training, and information how to grow their business. The event kicks off today at 1 p.m. and wraps up around noon on Sunday.

The President and Chief Executive Officer Andy Albright will start the event with a welcome message that sets the tone for the weekend. Albright will be joined on stage by the Goads, a family that is committed to helping those less fortunate around the world through their international ministry and music, along with other National Agents Alliance leaders to help fire up the crowd.

Albright, as well as other top National Agents Alliance producers will be speaking throughout the weekend regarding topics that will inform and educate those attending the event on how to be successful in life insurance sales, and how to grow professionally and personally.

On Thursday, National Agents Alliance held a lead certification class and annuity seminar for the agents who arrived early to take part of the extra training opportunities.

For the last three weeks, National Agents Alliance has held three other Fall Forward events in Atlanta, Ga.; Burlington, N.C.; and Los Angeles, Calif.

The events are part of National Agent’s Alliance’s “Key To Tomorrow” theme for its conferences that will wrap up at the 2013 National Convention in January in Raleigh, N.C. The third episode of the “Key To Tomorrow” movie, which was produced by NAA’s media team AMP Studios and filmed in North Carolina, will be unveiled Saturday night. The third installment is part of a final feature film that stars NAA’s top agents.

Due to the influx of hundreds agents from all over the U.S., the local economies in all four cities benefited from the monies spent on meals, rooms and other sales generated by these events.

For more information on this event and future events, visit Key To Tomorrow.





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