Friday, February 14th
Main Event: Noon to 1 PM Lunch and networking: Noon Dr. Willie Jolley: 12:15 PM Speaker Bureau and Agents Showcase 12:40 PM Speaking Contest: 1:00 PM @ Alexandria, Virginia
Day program about relationships
Buffet: Sandwiches and pasta salad from Alexandria
s BitterSweet Catering. Plus Pizza Hut pizza.
Program starts at Noon!
Dr. Willie Jolley is the Master of Ceremonies
There are many inspirational/motivational speakers and then there is the one, the only, the incomparable Dr. Willie Jolley. He is a Hall of Fame Speaker, an Award-Winning Singer, a Best-Selling Author and a National Television & Radio Personality. The Business Ad Hoc
Committee recently tabbed him as “The #1 Inspirational Speaker/Singer in America!” Willie will
also speak and perform for 5 minutes at 12:15.
Program participants: Arnold Sanow on building business relationships and Amy Schoen on creating better personal relationships.
Arnold Sanow speaks on “Getting Along Better with Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere” to improve customer and workplace
relationships for companies and associations. Amy Schoen, MBA, CPCC, is a certified professional life coach who specializes in helping singles to discover what they need and want in relationships, how to attract their desired romantic partner and how to solidify relationships for the long haul.
20 minutes open time for networking.)
Speaker Bureau & Agents Showcase 12:40 PM
Eliot Gunner, VP from Keppler Speakers and Mitchell P. Davis, IPA Director General, will talk about trends in the speaking business. Mr. Gunner will share info on new speakers and popular programs from Keppler Speakers. www.KepplerSpeakers.com
Eliot Gunner & Staff From Keppler Speakers
See Back: 12:50 PM Program - Relationship Etiquette - building personal relationship success.
Main Program Ends at 1 PM
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Their Audiences Together Since 1831
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