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OPPORTUNITIES GUIDE SPRING // 2017 SPRING ISSUE

BUILDING VALUE


In this issue:

April

Calendar of Events & BOMA Georgia Information Property Management 101 & 201

2

BTO Opportunities

4

Committee and Shared Interest Group Sign-Up 2017 RPA, FMA & HP Registration Form

5

Shared Interest Group and Certificate Courses

7

2017 SMA & SMT Registration Form

8

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6

Allied Member Opportunities

10

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

April 5

High-Performance Sustainable Building Investments

April 5

BOMA Southern Region Conference

April 6

BOMA Southern Region Golf Classic

April 13

Commercial HVAC - Module I

April 18

Energy Management and Controls

April 19

Medical Office Building SIG Workshop

April 21

The BOMA Bowl

April 26

Managing the Organization

April 26

Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event

ENROLL TODAY!

May 3

High-Performance Sustainable Building Principles

May 4

BTO Lunch

BOMA Georgia: (404) 475-9980 / www.BOMAGeorgia.org

May 10

Facilities Resource Group Meeting

BOMA Georgia Foundation: www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org

May 10

2017 BOMA International Medical Office Building Conference

May 11

BTO Lunch

May 17

BOMA Georgia May Luncheon

May 17

BTO Breakfast

May 17

2017 BOMA Georgia Trade Show

May 23

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

Contact Us BOMA Legacy: www.BOMALegacy.org BOMA International: (202) 408-2662 / www.boma.org BOMI International: (800) 235-2664 / www.bomi.org

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Learn. Grow. Succeed. www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Young Professionals SIG Breakfast

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Property Management 101 Fridays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Each class is held at a different Atlanta property and includes a building tour.

May May 2

Foundation

Real Life | Building Systems | Operations Accounting and Reporting | Contract Administration

Explore the world of property management through Property Management 101, a five-day course taught over five weeks. This dynamic course combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals, and behind-the-scenes tours of metro-Atlanta buildings. It is designed for assistant property and facility managers and others who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the industry. Class locations vary from class to class. Participants will be notified of location prior to each class via email.

Member: $599 Non-Member: $699 After May 19: Add $75 This course is eligible for a $300 scholarship from the BOMA Georgia Foundation. To learn more about Foundation scholarships, see back of publication. The scholarship application can be downloaded at www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org SPECIAL BOMI OFFER!

Any student who enrolls in the Foundations of Real Estate Management course (BOMA Georgia’s Property Management 101) in 2017, will pay only $50 for the new student BOMI designation program enrollment fee. That’s a $175 discount!

June June 2

BOMA Property Management 101

June 6

Building Design and Maintenance

June 21

Design, Operation & Maintenance Part I

June 22

Industrial SIG Meeting

June 24

2017 BOMA International Annual Conference & Expo

June 29

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

July July 18

July New Member Orientation

July 19

Budgeting & Accounting

July 27

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

August August 2

Facilities Resource Group Meeting

August 3

BTO Lunch

August 9

BOMA Georgia August Motivational Luncheon

August 10

BTO Lunch

August 11

BOMA PM 101

August 15

Industrial SIG Meeting

August 16

Design, Operation & Maintenance II

August 29

Young Professionals After Hours

Accounting and Reporting | Leasing and Marketing Managing Risks | Emergency Planning | Management Skills

Property Management 201 Fridays, Aug. 11-Sept. 15 (Skipping Sept. 11) 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Each class is held at a different Atlanta property and includes a building tour. Member: $599 Non-Member: $699 After Aug. 1: Add $75 The Georgia Real Estate Commission has approved this course for 24 hours of Continuing Education Units.

Learn. Grow. Succeed. ENROLL TODAY!

www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Expand your knowledge of property management through Property Management 201, a five-day course taught over five weeks. It is designed for PM 101 graduates and any property or facility manager who is interested in expanding their knowledge of the industry and taking their career to the next level.

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BTO OPPORTUNITIES Commercial HVAC - Module 1 Thursdays, April 13-June 15 5-9 p.m. Chattahoochee Technical College Marietta Campus 980 South Cobb Drive Marietta, GA 30060 Member: $645 Non-Member: $745 This course is eligible for a $300 scholarship from the BOMA Georgia Foundation. To learn more about Foundation scholarships, see back cover. The scholarship application can be downloaded by visiting the education page at www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org

COMMERCIAL HVAC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

When beginning my second career, I knew that transitioning from manufacturing into the real estate industry, would come with some challenges. I needed new skill sets. The Commercial HVAC program was the answer. This certification program provided the foundation that I needed to start applying immediate solutions and economies for my company. -Mark Gallman, LEED GA Highwood’s Properties

Properties of Thermodynamics

MODULE 1

Understanding HVAC Systems Chilled Water System

Committees and Shared Interest Groups Complete and return this form to BOMA Georgia using the contact information located in the footer.

You will be added to your committee and SIG selections after this sign-up sheet has been received by the BOMA Georgia office. You will be notified via email regarding the next meeting of your committee(s) and groups. IMPORTANT: BOMA Georgia committees are for members only and operate on a calendar-year basis. Shared Interest Groups are open to non-members, but some may restrict vendor and service provider attendance. Name ______________________________________________ Company ________________________________________

Enroll Today! www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Lunch Meetings: These lunch meetings are held twice each quarter at different locations for convenience and are free for BOMA Georgia BTO members. Each luncheon features a topic of interest to building engineers. These meetings are not open to non-sponsoring allied members. • May 4 and 11 • Aug. 3 and 10 • Nov. 2 and 9 REGISTER ONLINE: www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Address ___________________________________________ City _________________________________ St ________ Zip __________ Phone ________________________________ Fax _________________________________Email ________________________________ Please place a check mark inside the white boxes to the left of each group you wish to join.

2017 BOMA Georgia Committees Members Only

2017 BTO LUNCH AND BREAKFAST SCHEDULE

BTO Breakfast May 17 - In conjunction with the BOMA Show from 8-9:30 a.m. Check updates for registration on WWW. BOMAGEORGIA.ORG.

SIGN-UP FORM

For additional information, call (404) 475-9980

Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG)

Serves as the representative body for allied members and creates a supportive interaction between regular and allied members. Meets four times during the year.

MORE OPPORTUNITIES... Pursue your SMA or SMT Designation Engineers interested in pursuing their Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA) or Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT) designation, benefit from embedded Foundation scholarships. See page 8 for more details.

Awards Committee

Plans and conducts an annual awards program to recognize individuals for their contributions to the association and the industry. Meets one time in January.

BOMA Technical Organization

Develops and provides programs for building engineers. Meets throughout the year.

Community Service Committee

Researches community needs and develops plans to assist. Meets throughout the year.

Editorial Board

Determines the theme for each quarterly issue of Insight magazine and suggests ideas and topics. Meets quarterly.

Government Affairs Committee

Monitors studies and recommends policy and advocacy strategies on legislative and regulatory matters affecting real estate. Meets throughout the year, mainly during the state legislative session.

Basic Trade Skills Communication

Each class is held at a different location and includes a building or facility tour.

Risk Management

Member: $369 Non-Member: $419 After Sept. 20: Add $75

Business Basics

Learn. Grow. Succeed.

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Building Engineering 101 Wednesdays, Sept.27-Nov. 1 7:30-11:30 a.m.

This course is eligible for a $185 scholarship from the BOMA Georgia Foundation. To learn more about Foundation scholarships, see back of publication. The scholarship application can be downloaded by visiting the education page at www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org

Membership Committee

Plans and conducts ongoing membership recruitment and retention programs. Meets throughout the year.

Professional Development Council

Approves professional development programs and guides development of programs for young professionals and ensures RPA, FMA, SMT and SMA designation courses are offered. Meets four times per year.

2017 Shared Interest Groups (SIGS) All real estate professionals, with some restrictions. Young Professionals

BOMA Georgia’s Young Professionals Shared Interest Group (YP SIG) is for individuals 35 years old and under who are interested in advancing their careers in the commercial real estate industry.

Medical Office Building Managers

(Not open to vendors/service providers) The Medical Office Building Shared Interest Group (MOB SIG) is organized to address the specific interests of medical office building managers and engineers.

Green Real Estate Network

The Green Real Estate Network is for professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge of green and sustainable practices. Members of this group will receive invitations to green breakfasts and be the first to know about green and sustainable course offerings from BOMA Georgia.

Industrial (Not open to vendors/service providers) The Industrial Shared Interest Group (Industrial SIG) is geared solely to the needs and interests of industrial real estate managers.

Facilities Management (Not open to vendors/service providers) The Facilities Management Shared Interest Group (FM SIG)addresses the important issues and big questions of Facilities Management property professionals.

Sports Outing Committee

Plans and supports the annual BOMA Georgia Sports Outing and meets June through October.

TOBY Judging Committee

Judges and selects winners for The Outstanding Building of the Year Awards. Meets in January.

Trade Show Committee

Plans and supports the BOMA Georgia Trade Show and meets January through May

BOMA Georgia / 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 475-9980 / Fax: (404) 475-9987 / Web: www.BOMAGeorgia.org BOMA Opportunities Guide | 5


2017 RPA, FMA, HP Courses Location: BOMA Georgia Conference Center 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE Suite 300 Atlanta, GA 30328 Times: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Place a check in the box to the left for each course you would like to register for. Managing the Organization

April 26-28

Members: $1,079 | Non-Members: $1,299

Leasing and Marketing

March 22-24

Members: $1,079 | Non-Members: $1,299 Members: $579 | Non-Members: $799*

Design, Operation & Maintenance Part I

June 21-23

Budgeting & Accounting

July 19-21

Design, Operation & Maintenance II

Aug. 16-18

Members: $1,079 | Non-Members: $1,299

Ethics Is Good Business ShortCourse

Oct. 26

Members: $399 | Non-Members: $499

Real Estate Investment & Finance

Nov. 1-3

Members: $1,079 | Non-Members: $1,299

Law & Risk Management

Dec. 6-8

Members: $1,079 | Non-Members: $1,299

$500 embedded Foundation scholarship applied for all students.”

Members: $579 | Non-Members: $799* $500 embedded Foundation scholarship applied for all students."

HP Sustainable Building Investments **

April 5-6

Member & Non-Member: $579*

HP Sustainable Building Principles

May 3-5

Members: $579 | Non-Members: $799*.

HP Sustainable Building Practices

Oct. 11-13

Members: $579 | Non-Members: $799*

* $500 embedded Foundation scholarship applied for all students.

** LOCATION: TERMINUS-MANAGEMENT OFFICE

The following courses feature a BOMA Georgia Foundation embedded $500 scholarship for all registered students. • Budgeting & Accounting • HP Sustainable Building Investments • HP Sustainable Building Principles • HP Sustainable Building Practices • Design, Operations and Maintenance I The following courses are eligible for Foundation scholarships: • Fundamentals of Facilities Management • Law and Risk Management • Design, Operation and Maintenance II • Managing the Organization • Real Estate Investment and Finance Courses not eligible for a Foundation scholarship include Ethics is Good Business ShortCourse and courses already featuring an embedded scholarship.

Please select your BOMI Enrollment Status (This section is required for registration) BOMI Designation Enrollment Fee: I wish to pursue a BOMI designation. (RPA, FMA, SMT, SMA) Please charge the one-time BOMI enrollment fee of $225. Non Enrollment Charge: I am not pursuing a BOMI designation. (Note: You will be charged a $100 BOMI course fee for every course checked above.) Currently Enrolled: I am currently enrolled in a BOMI designation program. No Charge

Registration: Name _________________________________________ Company ____________________________________________

EVENT

DATE

TIME

MEMBER RATE

NORMAL RATE

ADD LATE FEE

Commercial HVACModule I

Begins April 13

Thursdays, 5-9 p.m.

$645

$745

Not applicable

Medical Office Building Shared Interest Group Workshop*

April 19

8:30 a.m.-Noon

Free, requires registration

$45

$5 after April 14

Allied Member Resource Group Event

April 26

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$50

$5 after April 21

Young Professionals Shared Interest Group Breakfast

May 2

8-9:30 a.m.

Free for BOMA Member Companies & Student Members

$30

$5 after April 28

Facilities Resource Group Meeting*

May 10

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$20

$5 after May 5

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

May 23

8-9:30 a.m.

$20

$35

$5 after May 19

BOMA PM 101

Begins June 2

Fridays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

$599

$699

$75 after May 19

Industrial Shared Interest Group Meeting*

June 22

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$20

$5 after June 16

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

June 29

TBD

Free, requires registration

$35

$25 after June 23

New Member Orientation

July 18

10:30-11:30 a.m.

Free, registration preferred

Free

Not applicable

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

July 27

8:30-9:30 a.m.

$20

$35

$5 after July 21

Facilities Resource Group Meeting*

Aug. 2

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, registration required

$20

$5 after July 28

Address _______________________________________ City _____________________ St ______ Zip _________________ Phone ___________________________________________ Fax _________________________________________________ Email ________________________________________________________

Payment: Check enclosed

Credit card, (mark details below)

Name on Card ________________________________ Card Number ______________________________________ Expiration Date ______________ CSC____________________ Amount to charge (mark one): Member Rate Non-Member Rate Signature _________________________________________________________

Payment: You will not receive your book(s) until full payment is received. Payment must be received in the BOMA Georgia office no later than seven working days prior to the class start date. There is a $100 late fee for registrations less than two weeks prior to the course start date. Cancellation policy: Those who cancel within two weeks of the start date will receive a 50 percent refund. There are no refunds for cancellations after the start of the class.

BOMA Georgia / 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 475-9980 / Fax: (404) 475-9987 / Web: www.BOMAGeorgia.org 6 | BOMA Opportunities Guide

SHARED INTEREST GROUPs, CERTIFICATE COURSES AND SEMINARS To register for any of the events below, place a check in the box to the left of the event and complete the registration information below and return this form via fax to (404) 475-9980 or by mail to BOMA Georgia, 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328.

Courses:

HIGH-PERFORMANCE PROGRAM COURSES FROM BOMI AND BOMA GEORGIA

FOUNDATION

2017 BOMA ACTIVITY PLANNER

*RESTRICTIONS: The following events are closed to vendors and service providers (Allied Members): Facilities Management Shared Interest Group, Industrial Shared Interest Group, Medical Office Building Shared Interest Group meetings. This restriction does not apply to event sponsors. Registration: Name ______________________________________________________________ Company ______________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________ St ______ Zip _________________ Phone _________________________________________ Fax _________________________________________Email ___________________________________________ Payment:

Check enclosed

Credit card, (mark details below)

Name on Card _________________________________________ Card Number _______________________________________________________ Expiration Date ______________ Amount to charge (mark one): Member Rate Normal Rate I am a non-member qualifying for the member rate through my company. (applies to Young Professionals meetings, Building Engineering 101, PM 101 and 201, and Commercial HVAC where pricing is based on the registrant’s employer’s membership status) I agree to pay any late fees that may be applicable at the time of my registration submission. Events and dates are subject to change and cancellation. Registrants will be notified in the event of a cancellation. Signature _________________________________________________________

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2017 SMT and SMA Courses Courses:

Place a check in the box to the left for each course in which you would like to register. Energy Management and Controls Location: Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc. 1680 Roberts Blvd. Suite 408 Kennesaw, Ga. 30144 in the Conference Room

Tuesdays, April 18-May 23

This course teaches you to develop energy management strategies for HVAC, electrical, and lighting systems. You will learn about the components, principles, adjustment, and maintenance of system controllers, auxiliary devices and electronic, pneumatic, and computer control systems. We’ll cover heating, cooling, and humidification control applications, along with variable air volume and building pressurization control devices. You’ll develop the skills and knowledge to perform a cost/benefit analysis of HVAC, electrical, and lighting systems, and to create an energy management program for your facility.

CLASS HOURS: 3-7 p.m. CLASS LOCATIONS: Location is subject to change. Registrants will be informed of changes as soon as possible.

COULD YOU USE

$500?

Building Design and Maintenance Location: One Alliance Center, Suite 850 conference room. Highwoods suite. 3500 Lenox Road Atlanta Georgia 30326

Tuesdays, June 6-July 18

Learn to compare building system components and to identify appropriate inspection and maintenance techniques. You will develop the knowledge to establish procedures and standards for monitoring building operations, preventive maintenance, and cleaning. You will also learn to read and use construction documents, studying from a coursebook that features a set of drawings and an architect’s pocket scale. Boilers, Heating Systems & Applied Mathematics Location: Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc. 1680 Roberts Blvd. Suite 408 Kennesaw, Ga. 30144 in the Conference Room

ALLIED MEMBER OPPORTUNITIES Exhibit at the 2017 BOMA Show! The BOMA Show is the largest one-day gathering of building owners, managers, engineers and vendors in the state of Georgia. With real estate professionals collectively purchasing more than $864 million* in building products and services each year, the annual BOMA Show is a great opportunity to increase a company’s market share. The 2017 show will be held on May 17, 2017 at the Cobb Galleria from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The show will be preceded by a BTO Breakfast, and will be closed during the BOMA Georgia May Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. To reserve your exhibit space, visit the www.BOMAGeorgia.org and sign-in. Follow the link from the Events (Flagship Events) page to the BOMA Show booth reservation website. * Results based on the 2014 approximate square footage of commercial real estate in the state of Georgia multiplied by the total cost per square foot of contracted expenses. The square footage results are based on the BOMA International Economic Impact Study, and the average price of contracted expenses was produced by the 2014 EER for buildings reporting in Georgia.

Tuesdays, November 7December 12

Get plugged in with the AMRG

Understand the inner workings of boilers, burners, controls, fittings, valves, and pumps, as well as how they connect and interrelate. Learn how to operate and maintain steam, hot water, warm air, and radiant heating systems, as well as the principles of mathematics essential to operating these building systems.

Please select your BOMI Enrollment Status (This section is required for registration)

AMRG

BOMI Designation Enrollment Fee: I wish to pursue a BOMI designation. (RPA, FMA, HP, SMT, SMA) Please charge the one-time BOMI enrollment fee of $225.

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Non Enrollment Charge: I am not pursuing a BOMI designation. (Note: You will be charged a $100 BOMI course fee for every course checked above.)

All 2017 BOMA Georgia SMA/SMT classes feature a $500 embedded scholarship from the BOMA Georgia Foundation reflected in the course pricing at right. To learn more, go to www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org.

Currently Enrolled: I am currently enrolled in a BOMI designation program. No Charge

Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) events are open to all vendors and service providers. AMRG events are a great way to network with other service providers in the real estate industry, and every meeting will feature an educational topic that is important to allied members. The AMRG meets quarterly. 2017 Meeting Dates • April 26 | 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. • August 9 | 10-11 a.m. (prior to the August Luncheon) • October 17 | 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Registration for these AMRG meetings can be found on the BOMA Georgia website, www.BOMAGeorgia.org.

Registration: Name _________________________________________ Company ________________________________________

Payment: You will not receive your book(s) until full payment is received. Payment must be received in the BOMA Georgia office no later than seven working days prior to the class start date. There is a $100 late fee for registrations less than two weeks prior to the course start date. Cancellation policy: Those who cancel within two weeks of the start date will receive a 50 percent refund. There are no refunds for cancellations after the start of the class.

Address _______________________________________ City __________________ St ______ Zip ________________ Phone ___________________________________________ Fax _____________________________________________ Email _______________________________________________________

Payment: Check enclosed

Credit card, (mark details below)

Name on Card ________________________________ Card Number ____________________________________ Expiration Date ______________ Amount to charge (mark one): Member Rate ($1,079 $579* + enrollment status fee above) Non-Member Rate ($1,299 $799* + enrollment status fee above)

* Prices reflect a BOMA Georgia Foundation embedded scholarship for all students enrolled in these courses. These courses are not eligible for additional scholarships from the BOMA Georgia Foundation.

Signature _________________________________________________________

BOMA Georgia / 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 475-9980 / Fax: (404) 475-9987 / Web: www.BOMAGeorgia.org

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Coming soon: Sports Outing Sponsorship Opportunities The annual BOMA Georgia Sports Outing, sponsored by SERVPRO of Decatur, is scheduled for Oct. 6 at The Chateau Elan. Companies can gain access and exposure at this flagship BOMA event by reserving one of the sponsorship opportunities listed below. • • • • •

Golf Hole Sponsor Specialty Golf Contest Sponsor Food Sponsor Driving Range Sponsor Tennis Sponsor

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More details and sponsorship reservation instructions will be made available following the 2017 BOMA Show. Watch your email inbox for details. BOMA Opportunities Guide | 9


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FOUNDATION

scholarships awarded since 2014...

Since the BOMA Georgia Foundation’s launch in 2014, hundreds have sung the praises of the Foundation when it comes to advancing real estate education and research. To date, the Foundation has funded 162 scholarships, five research projects and one white paper. Additionally, the BOMA Georgia Foundation is hosting the BOMA Southern Region’s 2017 Southern Region Conference. All proceeds raised from this event will go directly into fulfilling the Foundation’s mission. Here are three important takeaways we want to share with you about the Foundation’s Impact on our industry.

1. Apply for Foundation Scholarships or Funding

2. Purchase Foundation Research

The BOMA Georgia Foundation advances real estate education through awarding scholarships and providing revolving funds for real estate professionals to use to support their enrollment in designation and certificate professional development programs. The Revolving Fund is an ongoing program, but those who wish to apply for Foundation scholarships must do so before the May 31, 2017 deadline.

BOMA Georgia Foundation research provides tools to real estate professionals that add value to the properties they own, manage, and operate. The Foundation’s research studies and white papers also help real estate professionals and companies stay competitive in the continually evolving real estate marketplace.

www.bomageorgiafoundation.org/education

RESEARCH: • NEW! 2016 Staffing Ratio Report • NEW! 2016-17 Salary and Benefits Survey • Discounted Bundles of Foundation Research • FREE! Property Management and Firearms in Georgia White Paper

www.bomageorgiafoundation.org/research 3. Become a Foundation Annual Donor The work of the BOMA Georgia Foundation would not be possible without the support of our generous donors. Whether a donation is made by a company or an individual, every contribution is vital to the Foundation’s mission of advancing real estate education and research. There are so many reasons to give and so many ways that BOMA Georgia says thank you. Visit the BOMA Georgia website and join our growing list of 2017 annual donors and join in the BOMA Georgia mission of advancing real estate education and research.

www.bomageorgiafoundation.org/donors

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