CANCELLED: 2020 TMPAA Mid-Year Meeting

Plan to join the 700 program business professionals at the annual Mid-Year Meeting.

With travel bans in place for many key TMPAA partners and the recent CDC recommendations to suspend gatherings of over 50 people for the next 8 weeks, it is now apparent that we will not be able to offer an event that is safe or valuable for our members.

For these reasons, we are canceling the 2020 TMPAA Mid-Year Meeting.

The TM Team, Advisory Board and various committees developed what would have been an extraordinary event in our new Tampa location. We will all now turn our efforts to do the same for our 20th Annual TMPAA Summit in Scottsdale, October 19-21.

We intend to connect with every scheduled attendee/sponsor of the Mid-Year Meeting to offer refunds/credits and guidance in canceling hotel reservations. Please give us a few days to organize this effort and answer any questions you have.

This has been a difficult decision but certainly one in the best interests of our Association members. You can expect to hear more from us in the coming days.

On behalf of the Advisory Board and Staff, we sincerely hope that you and your families stay safe.

Thank you,

Ray Scotto
TMPAA Executive Director


When: May 4-6, 2020

Where: Tampa Marriott Water Street, Tampa, FL

What You’ll Learn at the Conference

Gain Insights & Perspectives by attending the 2020 TMPAA Mid-Year Meeting. Expect to access over 60 program carriers including London Markets, premier service providers, reinsurance support, program development and distribution resources, and networking opportunities with 700 program professionals.

Who Should Attend

Program Administrators
Program Carriers
Service Providers
(ask us about membership requirements)

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