Pictures from day one of VAR’s Legislative & Education Conference

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VAR members laugh and stretch their necks to catch a glimpse of the RPAC luncheon special guest, a Senator Clinton impersonator, as she makes her entrance.

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Members of VAR’s Leadership Team enjoying themselves before lunch.

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Senator Houck enjoys a light moment with members from the Fredericksburg Area Association of REALTORS.

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Members from the Richmond Association of REALTORS greet Senator Watkins.

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REALTORS from the New River Valley Association pose with Delegate Nutter.

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Delegate Poindexter with VAR members.

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Delegate Iaquinto speaks with members from the Hampton Roads REALTORS Association.

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Senator Herring greets members from the Dulles Area Association of REALTORS.

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Delegate Terri Suit addresses REALTORS as VAR’s legislative counsel Chip Dicks watches on.

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Kathy Nunnally and Pat Jensen pose as the Roanoke Valley Association of REALTORS accept an RPAC award.

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4 Responses to Pictures from day one of VAR’s Legislative & Education Conference

  1. I was very disappointed with the decision to use a Hillary Clinton impersonator during a RPAC event. We try so hard to encourage our members to generously support RPAC by saying it it not about party affiliation but about Political issues that impact our industry and the rights of property owners. Although I don’t support Hillary’s candidacy,this entertainment decision did not send the above message to those who attended the lunch.

  2. Ben Martin says:

    Michael, I can definitely see your point of view on this. I personally felt it went on little too long and that the routine made fun at the expense of both parties.

  3. Scott Rogers says:

    Michael — I wasn’t able to attend the RPAC luncheon, but heard of the event (and the impersonator) from some who were in attendance. It sounds like it was an attempt to add some entertainment to the event (a fun idea), though the implementation was a bit too lengthy, and the message could have been misconstrued by some.

  4. Scott Brunner says:

    We get some right, we get some wrong. The Hillary impersonator (who came highly recommended from a sister state assn of REALTORS) turned out not to be a great fit for us, but such things are almost always clearer in retrospect. At least she WAS an equal opportunity offender.

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