Convention Networking Opportunities

FAIA's Convention offers many opportunities for attendees to network and unwind, including Wednesday's Young Agents Council Golf Tournament, Thursday's opening luncheon, company-hosted hospitality functions, and Friday night's networking dinner and concert. 

Young Agents Council Golf Tournament

The Young Agents Council hosts its annual golf tournament Wednesday, June 16, 2021. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation, an organization that exists to provide hope of a brighter future for those whose lives have been permanently altered as a result of their service to our great nation.

FAIA's Welcome Luncheon

Hear about the latest industry trends, and get acquainted with FAIA and your fellow agents while enjoying a free lunch (included with Full, Spouse, or Thursday Day Pass registration). Save some time to jot down a plan of action for tackling the Exhibit Hall, which opens right after. 

CANtastick will lead you from Thursday’s lunch to the Exhibit Hall!

Sara-Evans_full.jpgFriday Night Networking Dinner and Concert with multi-platinum entertainer SARA EVANS

Friday's lavish dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. This is a great time to reconnect with business associates, or make new ones, in a casual setting. After, head toward the private concert for a night you won't want to miss with our 2021 headline entertainer, Sara Evans, sponsored by Brown & Brown!

She’s had five #1 singles, sold millions of records, won the Academy of Country Music’s Top Female Vocalist Award and claimed a Country Music Association trophy for her signature song, “Born To Fly.” It’s tough to imagine many accomplishments Sara Evans hasn’t already checked off her bucket list.

And yet, with the release of her eighth studio album, Words, Evans demonstrates that she’s still willing to leap into the unknown, taking greater control of her career and calling the shots in a way that’s unusual in country music—particularly unusual for a woman in the genre.

“The only thing I had on my mind with this album is just Grammy-level songs and the coolest music that I can find,” she says. “A Little Bit Stronger,” Evans’ pensive, heartbreak anthem that spent two weeks at #1, represents a look at the journey thus far, one that’s kept her firmly in the forefront of country music for a solid 20 years. Her resume now includes 14 Top 20 country hits, ranging from her reassuring first #1—“No Place That Far,” featuring background vocals by Vince Gill—to the neo-traditional “Suds In The Bucket,” to the elegant, spiky pop feel of “Slow Me Down.”


Registered attendees can drop off children (up to age 12) starting at 6:00 p.m at the annual KidsZone. The KidsZone is staffed by Kid’s Nite Out, a professional and licensed childcare service.