SGMP Education Day

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Education Day

 

Mark your calendar and make plans to join us on Thursday, January 17th for SGMP Education Day at the Paramount Hotel & Conference Center in Gainesville, FL.

This fun, fast-paced day of education will consist of two highly specialized educational sessions, a separate session for planners and suppliers, and numerous opportunities to meet with hoteliers and suppliers from throughout the southeast who provide valuable services for the meetings and events you plan.

Don’t miss this fantastic training opportunity to learn from noted experts and take away valuable tools you can use to increase your on-the-job performance!

Breakfast and lunch provided.

 

Thursday January 17, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST

Email Marketing – Best Practices
with Speaker Danna Crawford,
Speaker and Trainer with Constant Contact ~ Founder/CEO:
PowerSellingMom.com ~ Founder: VirtualOnlineLearning.com

Double Your Productivity Using Microsoft Outlook
with Speaker David Humes,
Speaker, Author, Productivity and Happiness Expert

 

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