2022 Annual Meeting

TMA is excited to return to an in-person 2022 Annual Meeting at the beautiful AAA 4-Diamond JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort, October 29 – November 2.  The luxurious resort is located just 48 miles from the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), along three miles of private white sand beach, on the Gulf of Mexico.  Whether you are looking for a quiet place to relax, some pampering and rejuvenation, or some fun activities in between meetings, you are sure to find it all at this sophisticated property.

The resort features 12 restaurants, two championship golf courses, a serene Spa by JW, fitness classes and activities, a gaming emporium with bowling, multiple swimming pools and upscale rooms and suites, each with a private balcony.

Check back for more information as it becomes available and plan to join us in the Fall of 2022.

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Register is open. Please reference the table below for the registration fees.

Please review these policies prior to registering for this meeting:

  • $1,900
  • $975
  • $475
  • $2,100
  • $975
  • $475
  • $2,625
  • $1,225
  • $475

There are so many things to see and experience during your stay on Marco Island. Opening times and days are subject to change.  Check with the hotel concierge or the facility before planning a visit.


  • Two private championship golf courses are just 15 minutes away from the hotel by resort shuttle: Hammock Bay Golf and Country Club and The Rookery at Marco Island.


  • Tennis Courts are located at the hotel’s Hammock Bay Golf Club and can be reserved for use from 8:00am – 4:00pm daily, weather permitting. Hammock Bay can be reached by the resort shuttle, just 15 minutes away.


  • The Spa by JW at the hotel provides a luxury day spa experience with their 4 hallmarks treatment concept: Calm, Renew, Invigorate, Indulge.

Fitness and Swimming

  • A state-of-the-art fitness center is available at the hotel 7-days a week, 24-hours a day.
  • Two outdoor pools and a whirlpool are available daily from 8:00am – 9:00pm and a private outdoor pool for spa patrons is open daily from 8:00am – 4:00pm
  • The beautiful Gulf of Mexico stretches along the white sand beach ready for swimming, sunbathing or watersports.


  • 5th Avenue – located in nearby Naples, is considered one of Naples’ most popular shopping spots with old Florida charm stretching from the Tamiani Trail to the Gulf of Mexico. Many one-of-a-kind, locally owned shops can be found along the avenue.
  • Third Street South is located two blocks from the 19th century Naples Pier in Old Naples. Upscale shops and galleries, restaurants, cafes and bistros surround a flowered courtyard with antique fountains.
  • Tin City – located on the historic waterfront overlooking the working docks of Naples in four separate tin-roofed buildings. You’ll find places to dine, clothing, quaint antiques, nautical novelties, seashells and local handmade items in a very casual setting.


  • Revs Institute, 250 Horseshoe Drive, South Naples. This private museum is dedicated to the study, preservation, conservation, and restoration of historically significant automobiles. The collection consists of more than 100 cars, including a 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer a 1948 Ferrari 166 Spider Corsa and a 1961 Citroen 2CV Sahara.  Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday only.
  • Bailey-MatThews National Shell Museum. Close to Marco Island lies Sanibel, where you’ll find the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum.  Both Marco Island and Sanibel are famous among shell collectors.  But, even if you aren’t into beach-combing, you can still see these natural beauties with a visit.  Enjoy guided activities and talks with the resident biologist.
  • The Baker Museum in nearby Naples, is one of the foremost fine art museums in Southwest Florida. Emphasizing modern and contemporary art, the museum hosts several traveling exhibitions annually to complement installations of works from its permanent collections. A temporary exhibition of the late works (1990-2003) of Helen Frankenthaler will be on display September-November 2022.
  • Marco Island Historical Museum. The exhibitions include interesting facts about the Calusa Indians and the history of how Marco Island was developed.  Among several significant artifacts is the world-famous Key Marco Cat discovered over 100 years ago.  It is one of the finest examples of Pre-Columbian art ever discovered in North America.

Cape Ramano

  • Located on the island’s southern tip, bizarre concrete structures sit on top of the waves. Cape Ramano was built by a rich Floridan oilman for a vacation home in the early 1980’s.  Now part of the island lore they sit abandoned.  Accessible by boat tour.  Check with the hotel’s Activities Desk for details on a 2-hour sightseeing and shelling tour.

Hiking and Nature

  • The Briggs Nature Center in Naples is located on the mainland at 401 Shell Island Road, just a short drive from Marco Island. It is one of the key places to see the diverse ecology that makes up Florida, where the mix of fresh and saltwater results in an important habitat for a variety of species. The center’s boardwalk trail winds and weaves through about a half mile of preserved island mangroves and encompasses the widest diversity of natural habitats. It runs through dry pine flatwoods, brackish ponds, and fringe marshes with peaking views of the gulf.
  • The Everglades. Marco Island is the gateway to the Florida Everglades, and you’re only 30 minutes from Everglades National Park, Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve and Big Cypress National Preserve. There are many opportunities to explore this fantastic wilderness right along Rte. 41, the main road traversing the Glades from west to east.

A few years ago TMA establish a charity raffle program at our TMA Annual Meeting to benefit an organization based in the location of that year’s meeting.  Now that we are returning once again to our traditional in-person format, we are pleased to announce that we will be supporting:

Our goal is to offer nourishing food choices, encouragement, and hope.

The story of Our Daily Bread began when a Marco Island teacher told a group of women that her students came to school hungry on Monday morning after not having food over the weekend. Five women founders came together and decided to help by providing food stuffed bags on Fridays to send home with students in need. Shortly after, a closet in a local church began being used as an emergency food resource.

Between the school and closet, what became known as Our Daily Bread Food Pantry assisted 3600 children and individuals with food.  While the Backpack Program continues the charity has expanded exponentially.

In 2022 the charity projects it will serve 190,000 people.  They were again recognized in March 2022 with the Celebration of Philanthropy Harvey Kapnick Award from Collier Community Foundation. In April the pantry received the Spirit of Marco Award from the Noontime Rotary organization and Most Dedicated Food Poverty Alleviation Organization – Southwest Florida from Acquisition International.

Our Daily Bread Food Pantry Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, Registration # CH57835.

Join TMA in supporting Our Daily Bread by purchasing your raffle tickets at the TMA 2022 Annual Meeting Registration Desk.

100% of all raffle proceeds will be donated to Our Daily Bread!

TMA is pleased to open the room block for our 2022 TMA Annual Meeting at the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort in Marco Island, FL, October 29th – November 2nd.  A limited number of rooms are available in four categories ranging from $314 to $366/night.  There are other groups at the property that overlap our meeting, so book early to guarantee your choice of room type.

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The JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort added a new tower to the property a few years ago.  That tower contains Paradise by Sirene, a limited group of just 94 guest rooms and suites tailored to guests ages 21 and over.  The upgraded accommodations include a complimentary daily breakfast for 2 and access to Sirene’s private rooftop pool, as well as other amenities.  Because of the limited availability of these rooms, we are unable to hold any in our TMA block, but the hotel has agreed to allow bookings at $430/night based on the hotel’s availability.  If you wish to book a Sirene accommodation contact the hotel’s reservation desk at (239) 394-2511, M-F, 9:00AM-5:00PM ET.

Room Categories Available:

  • Convention (Non-Water View) – $314/night
  • Tropical Resort View – $330/night
  • Partial Gulf View – $345/night
  • Gulf View – $366/night

Rate Applicability Pre & Post:

Association rates shall apply beginning October 24th through and including November 7th.

Cut-off Date:

The deadline to make reservations within the reserved block is Friday, October 7, 2022 at 11:59pm ET.

Reserve your room today! 


Your company’s sponsorship of TMA’s Annual Meeting not only gives your brand valuable exposure to executive level decision makers, it also conveys your commitment to high-quality education. Our meeting sponsors make it possible for TMA to offer face-to-face and virtual training programs that enhance and strengthen the monitoring industry and its workforce.

Learn more about our sponsorship offers by downloading the Sponsor Prospectus or by speaking with TMA’s Vice President of Meetings John McDonald by emailing meetings@tma.us or calling (703) 660-4917.


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