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Reservations: 808-921-2345


25 - Oct
(Nearby Event: )
Where:Pearl Ultralounge, 1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 96815
HAMB will help you to FOCUS, and gain 20/20 Vision ... for the BROKER BLITZ that will help you win the MORTGAGE GAME! Come and become educated. Learn what the Outstanding MLOs of our industry know... Attend this event and earn your 8 CEs. This event is open to all mortgage industry personnel. The CE class is targeted at those that need to complete required credits (8 per year, including the 1 Hawaii State Credit). The meals, and tradeshow are open to all industry attendees who purchase admission tickets and/or have an entry pass. If you would like to purchase the HAMB General member Conference tickets, you need to be a HAMB member. You may join and pay for your HAMB memership at Otherwise you may purchase a NON Member General Admission ticket. **************************************** Event Schedule: (*Times are subject to change) 7:15am to 7:55 am  Registration, Coffee & Continental Breakfast 8:00 am Welcome 8:15 am   David Luna CE Class (Part 1) 9:55 am First Break 10:00 am  CE Class - David Luna (Part II) 12:00 PM  Lunch  & Trade Show 1:15  David Luna CE Class (Part 3) 3:10 PM  Second Break 3:15 PM CE Class -David Luna (Part IV) 5:15 PM After Event Party & Trade Show. Prizes, Heavy Pupus and Networking (Alcohol allowed) ------------------------------------------------- About the Speaker: David Luna is the President of Mortgage Educators, an NMLS Approved provider. As a mortgage professional for over 35 years, he has instructed thousands of mortgage professionals through live and online course formats, and is a proven mortgage producer having closed over 7,000 loans. He has held several positions in the industry including being a branch manager, Vice President of Production - just to name a few. He has also sat on the board of local and national associations, and served as one of his state's mortgage regulators and is active in developing NMLS education on both the state and national levels.
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