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2017 CE @ SEA™ - IARFC Presents

July  1-8, 2017

Independence Day on the Mississippi

July 1-8, 2017        Lower Mississippi

Celebrate the birth of our nation on the mighty Mississippi with American Cruise Lines, and explore one of the most historic and culturally rich regions in the country. Enjoy luxuroius accommodations and finely-tailored, personal service abroad America, the newest authentic paddlewheeler on the river.

 Program at a Glance

CE @ SEA™ Session 2017

The IARFC awards  RFC® units of CE for every 50 minute session.  But we cannot file this event with various state insurance or securities commissions.  We do not, at this time, do any advance CE filings with PACE, CFP® Board, AICPA or Bar Associations. However, we will help you back up your attendance with documentation and many sessions will qualify. Note: Program Subject to Change. 

CE Sessions schedule 

Date         Event
Sat., July 1 Memphis TN-  Embark your American Cruiselines ship: America from Memphis the home to many things; Blues, BBQ, Beale Street and, of course, the King of Rock'n Roll Elvis Presley.
Sun., July 2  Day of Rivier Cruising, CE at SEA event - Enjoy the warmth of the Mississippi or relax in one of the many spaciosu lounges or catch gentle breezes on the sun deck
Mon., July 3 Vicksburg, MS - The city of Vicksburg served as a pivitol turning point duringt the American Cival War. Come us as our informative Historian guides us through the National Military Park.
Tue., July 4 Natchez, MS - Celebrating its 300th year, Natchez is a city full of history and Southern hospitality, visit gardens, historic homes and museums.
Wed., July 5 St. Francisville, LA  -  The southern town charms with simple pleasures and unique treasures. Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, St. Francisville has been called "one of the 200 most beautiful small towns in America."
Thur., July 6 Baton Rouge, LA - Baton Rouge features all the history and wonder you would expect in a state capital, but with an added down home flavor that makes it truly unique. Our private guides will take you on a tour to the cities' most famous attractions including Old & New State Capitals and the interactive Louisiana Museum.
Fri., July 7 Oak Ally, LA - The famous acnient oaks boarding your path to the mansion are your first sight on stepping asore. As you stroll under the leafy canopy you will be greeted by Southern Belles in period dress before touring the mansion and grounds. After the tour, join us for a mint julep on the West Lawn.
Sat., July 8 New Orleans, LA- New Orleans is a ciy full of history, intrique, and colorful characters. After a Cajun inpired breakfast, we'll begin your journey through the "Big Easy" with a private tour guide, who will give you a local's look into the area's most famous attractions. We'll explore the most popular areas including ht eFrench Quarte, the colorful garden district, and famous stately mansion which sitll remin in period form.

 CE @ SEA Highlighted Speakers

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 Networking & 
 Special Events

Networking:  We have open seating dining Room, which will allow guests to join in on other evening activities, TBA.  All IARFCs will be in one area. Optional Dining Nights: There will be one or two formal nights. Location and Time: TBA

 Important Deadline

Cruise Cabin Deposit - $500  USD per person is due upon Registration
CE @ SEA™ Conference Fee - $200 USD, due upon receipt of invoice from IARFC
Final Cruise Cabin Payment - due December 31, 2016

American Cruise Lines




Contact American Cruise Lines: Kimberly 800.814.6880 x661 mention the IARFC

Wendy M. Kennedy
Phone: 513.261.6047


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