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September 01, 2009

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Rex Gradeless

"Just offering such an influential group a free pass to the conference isn’t enough to convince them to attend."

You hit the nail on the head with this article and the above quote Nikki! Was invited just the other day to "cover" a conference in California. They were only giving me a free pass- hardly an incentive for me to fly out to CA.

I'm going to send them this article as my response for attending. Maybe they'll throw in a flight and motel?

Thanks Nikki!

Banner Stands

Trade shows are a great way to advertise. All you need is an attractive exhibition stand to catch the attention of attendees.

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