7 Steps To Survive And Thrive In Recession

Bill Glazer will be in town on Wednesday, September 16, to give a timely presentation, How To Make The Recession Irrelevant, and to sign copies of his new book.

During his presentation, Bill will reveal and walk us through what he calls his “7 Steps” To Survive & Thrive In The Recession…and Beyond, giving us real-world examples that we can apply to our own business right away, as follows:

1. Sell To SOMEONE Different
2. Sell DIFFERENTLY
3. Sell Something Different
4. Create MORE Value
5. Strategic STATUS
6. ASSOCIATION
7. Direct Response Marketing SYSTEMS (with a bunch of OUTRAGEOUSLY Successful Examples)

Frankly, I believe it’s impossible for any of us to not to take away ACTION IDEAS to implement right away.

==> http://www.preasy.com/billSept16

The event is on September 16, 2009, from 5:00–8:00 PM at the Laurel Manor, 39000 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, MI 48150.

Networking and vendor tables from 4:00-5:00 PM. A bountiful spread of delicious appetizers, hot hors d’oeuvres, desserts and soft drinks will be provided prior to the presentation.

Doors open at 4:00 PM for meet & greet premier vendor booths, and socializing prior to the presentation.

The retail price of these tickets is $50.00. However as a Reader of my Blog, you can attend for FREE. That’s right! No cost to you…all you have to do is pre-register for the event!!!

Registering and confirming your seat is as easy as going to the special web confirmation page at:

==> http://www.preasy.com/billSept16

Also, if you don’t want to wait until September 16th to start your own OUTRAGEOUS marketing, check
out Bill’s video and site where you can download examples and there first three chapters of the book.

==> http://www.preasy.com/outrageous

Looking forward to seeing you on the 16th!

Urvi

P.S. During the break, door prizes will be awarded, and Mr. Glazer will have a limited supply of collector’s editions of his book, Outrageous Advertising That’s OUTRAGEOUSLY Successful, published by Morgan James, available for $19.95 (all book sale profits go to Junior Achievement)