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Annual Convention

Don't miss the 2014 Big "I" Annual Convention, held Nov. 3-5 at The Westin Hotel, downtown Indianapolis.

Complete info on our registration page!


We are now accepting nominations for the 2014 IIAI awards and welcome you to make your nominations. All agencies are encouraged to consider any member for these awards, including themselves or their coworkers. These awards will be presented at the Convention. The nominated company, agency or agent must be a member of the Big “I.”  If you have any questions about the nomination process, contact Carol Watson,
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Don’t Forget to Vote Early!

Election day this year, Tuesday, Nov. 4, falls right in the heart of the 2014 Indiana Big “I” State Convention (Nov. 3-5 at the Westin Hotel in Indianapolis).  We urge you to perform your civic duty before you arrive in Indianapolis for the convention. 

Indiana’s “early voting” law makes it as simple to vote early as it is to vote in the regular elections.  Early voting begins four weeks before an election and is open to all citizens who are registered to vote.  You do not need to prove that you have a conflict on election day. 

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Find where you need to go to vote early, which is usually your local country clerk’s office.  Go to to find your early voting location.
  2. Fill out the brief absentee application at the clerk’s office.
  3. Be prepared to provide identification with proof of your current address to the clerk’s office staff.
  4. Follow the clerk’s instructions as they walk you to a ballot and show you how to operate it if it is electronic of mechanical.
  5. Take satisfaction in the fact that you have performed one of our most important civic duties and get ready to head to the Westin for a great convention with your friends and peers.

Questions: Contact your local county clerk’s office or Steve Duff at