NEFA 2013 Funding Symposium Registration Opens

The National Equipment Finance Association announced that “Super Saver” discount registrations opened July 1 for its 2013 Funding Symposium in Nashville, TN, October 10-12.

“This year’s Funding Symposium has more educational content than any prior conference, a full 50% more than our summit this past spring” said NEFA executive director, Gerry Egan. “The Funding Symposium will be at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville’s trendy West End and the hotel offers free shuttle service to the famous nearby country music bars and sights. The earliest registrants for both the conference and the hotel get significant savings on both,” said Egan.

The 2013 Funding Symposium chairperson is Stephanie Hall of Bryn Mawr Funding. “This has been such a great conference to plan” said Hall. “I’ve had such great volunteer help and we’ve gotten such great content lined up that the meeting’s sure to be a great value for any attendee. And Nashville’s such a great place, there’s so much to do and see that it will be lots of fun, too.”

NEFA president, John Rosenlund of Portfolio Financial Servicing Company said, “This year’s Symposium offers an especially tremendous value for equipment finance brokers and lessors who’ve never experienced a NEFA event before. Any NEFA member is able to offer them a significant discount and we encourage anyone interested to call any NEFA member they know, or the NEFA office about it.”

Full conference and special promotion details are available either through the NEFA website at or from the NEFA office by calling 847-380-5050.

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