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Any current Memphis RIMS member needing to update your contact information please e-mail memphisrims@gmail.com. Please do so if you have recently changed any of your contact information, or if you feel like you have not updated your information in some time. 


2015 RISING STAR AWARD WINNER

Congratulations to Anna Bendgen, who was named as the RIMS 2015 Rising Risk Professional.

Memphis RIMS Spencer Educational Foundation Donation

Memphis

2013 RIMS Student Membership Super Star

Congratulations to the Memphis RIMS Chapter for earning a 2013 RIMS Student Membership Super Star Award for student membership growth!!

Upcoming Activities

Please put these dates and times on your calendar:

Date:            September 20, 2016

Time:            1:00 PM

Where:         Cherokee Valley Golf Club

Location:      Olive Branch, MS

Program:       Memphis RIMS Golf Tournament            

 

 

Date:          October 5-7, 2016

Where:       The Peabody Hotel 

Location:     Memphis, TN            

Program:    Mid-South Workers Comp Association's Annual Conference


 

 

 

 

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