The Tennessee Association of Professional Process Servers, Inc is excited to announce our 2020 Annual Conference. The Conference will be on March 28, 2020 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM located at the newly remodeled Clarion Inn just outside Nashville in Murfreesboro, TN. The address for the Clarion Inn is: 2227 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro, TN 37129. We look forward to a great speaker line up with Attorney Nicholas Utter returning with another educational segment. His attendance last year was appreciated by all in attendance. We look forward to a representative from the National Association of Professional Process Servers as well. Vendors attending will be speaking about new Secure Document Trading Platforms for Process Servers and Attorneys as well as marketing and educational programs. Registration will be available on our website. Payment can be secured as well. We anticipate approval through the PI and Polygraph Board to provide Private Investigators who attend with SIX Continuing Education Credits. The TAPPS Board has set the cost for attendance at $50.00 for TAPPS members and $75.00 for non-member Private Investigators seeking their CEU Credits. Those wishing to join the association and receive the CEU Credits can do so for the weekend special of $100.00 for both. Enjoy voting privileges, your own landing page on our website, and the support of your NAPPS Chartered Tennessee Association and referrals by its members. We look forward to seeing you there! SAVE THE DATE…. MARCH 28, 2020! More information to follow….

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  1. Key Kernaghan says:

    Looking forward to making the annual meeting this year. Thanks Key Kernaghan

    1. Jim Belli says:

      Great to hear from you Key! Hope all is well and it will be great to see you at the Conference.
      Please feel free to register here: https://tntapps.org/convention-registration/

    2. Jim Belli says:

      THE 2020 CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED ON MARCH 28TH AND IS RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 25TH. MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW.

  2. Timm Powell says:

    Organizers of all types of events, from the biggest international concerts and conferences to the smallest community gatherings, in Tennessee are facing hard questions about whether to carry on as planned. Has the Board made any determination the TAPPS Convention planed for March 28, 2020?

    Respectfully,
    Timm Powell

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