The following policies govern the 2022 Association Executives Institute. They were developed in conjunction with federal/state/local laws, venue policies and NAR policies. Sources are listed for each policy, where possible.
General Meeting Policies
Unauthorized Solicitation and Distribution of Materials
Solicitation of business in sessions and meetings is entirely prohibited.
Distribution of flyers, pamphlets, notices and brochures in any session of the NAR event, without the prior written consent of NAR, is expressly prohibited.
The ideas and opinions offered at meetings/educational programs presented during this conference are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the position, policy or opinion of the National Association of REALTORS®. The ideas and opinions presented in these education sessions and the products and services promoted by meeting sponsors associated with the conference should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement of the ideas, opinions, products or services by the National Association of REALTORS®. In issues affecting legal, financial or accounting matters, members should also consult trained professionals to address their individual situations.
NAR reserves the right to remove any guest who is disruptive.
Presentation materials are copyrighted by the speakers, their companies or others from whom they have received permission to use. Written permission from the speaker is required before publishing.
Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) strives to provide an event experience that is positive and rewarding for everyone. By attending a NAR event, you agree to abide by this Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct. All attendees (including without limitation: NAR members, guests, exhibitors, and vendors) are expected to conduct themselves professionally and with good judgment and common sense. That means at all times being respectful of others within all venues in which gatherings are held, including all meetings, sessions, events, and applications associated with the AE Institute.
NAR aims to provide a safe event experience for all attendees and does not tolerate inappropriate behavior or harassment in any form. Inappropriate behavior includes harassing or defamatory verbal or written comments, displays of illicit images or use of illicit language, threats, intimidation and unwanted physical contact.
If, at any time, you feel threatened or harassed, you are encouraged to report the incident directly to police via 911. You may also contact a show management staff member. Staff can be found at Registration or in the Staff Office.
Attendees who violate this Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct may be removed from the meetings without a refund. In addition, the attendee may not be permitted to participate in future NAR events at the discretion of the association management.
We value your attendance and thank you for your cooperation to ensure a safe experience for all.