This July 21-23, 2016 marks the 64th Annual OCA Convention and Trade Show to take place in Norman, Oklahoma. The theme, “Bold Plans for a Bright Future,” encompasses all the OCA stands for. The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association is the only organization that is solely focused on beef cattle production at the Oklahoma State Legislature. Their main goals are to serve, strengthen and advocate for the Oklahoma cattle industry. The Oklahoma Junior Cattlemen’s Association, as well as the Oklahoma CattleWomen’s Association will have conventions nearby over the same weekend making for a great family event.
Come learn what AIS has to offer
OCA has planned for several educational opportunities for their members at this convention. AIS will be there to present details on the brand new health insurance benefit services that will be offered to members. Partnering with OCA is an exciting venture, and AIS wants to make sure all members understand the benefit options available. Our very own Jackie Qualizza, owner and president, will be a keynote speaker in a breakout session Thursday, July 21st starting @ 3:30 pm. This session will inform members of new benefits, how they will affect individuals and families and address questions regarding these services offered to OCA members through AIS. Insurance can be confusing, but Jackie will help explain all the options and amazing benefits offered. It is a great opportunity for members to get informed. David Chaney with Legacy Planning Partners will also be discussing, “Leaving a legacy, not just an inheritance” during this session.
AIS will have a booth throughout the convention on the tradeshow floor to provide additional information, answer questions or to discuss insurance needs. They will be located in booth C20…
Be sure to spend some time on the trade show floor. There is so much to learn and discuss during this convention. Vendors will be there to show off farm equipment, software, feed, security needs, supplements, insurance and so much more. There will be many opportunities to socialize and dine as well. The convention schedule offers entertainment as well. There will be an awards banquet to recognize outstanding members and their accomplishments Friday evening that promises to be special.
There is something for everyone at the Annual Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Convention; it’s no surprise this is the 64th year. Visit www.okcattlemen.org for information on the convention location and hotel options. AIS looks forward to meeting OCA members and providing additional information on the great benefits being offered. Come on by!