Rockland Business Women's Network November Luncheon Features a Presentation on the Power of Email Marketing

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The Rockland Business Women’s Network (RBWN) November Luncheon features a presentation by expert Ellen DiPasquale entitled "The Power of E-Mail Marketing."

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
from 12-2 pm 
at the Comfort Inn in Nanuet.

Ellen DiPasquale has over 20 years of technology and marketing experience and has presented to over 4,000 small businesses, nonprofits, and associations. Her advice on best practices help organizations understand how to build great customer relationships that inevitable grow their businesses. Companies and organziations that have invited her to present include National Association of Professional Organizers, Inc. Magazine, Microsoft Corp. Ellen has also been a speaker at the Inbound Marketing Summit in Boston, Fair Media Council's Connection Day on Long Island, and NYXPO for Business in NYC. The author of It’s About Time: Time Management Tips From The Software Revitalist™, Ellen has been published in numerous magazines including Crain’s New York Small Business, The New York Enterprise Report, Self-Employed Professional, and Success. 

We encourage you to bring a guest/friend to attend this luncheon to widen our networking potential!

The event includes a hot and cold buffet lunch at the Comfort Inn & Suites Regency Ballroom in Nanuet, NY. 

Pre-registration is required! The deadline for members to pre-register for this luncheon is BY 5 PM on November 12.

Lunch is $30 for pre-registered members

$40 for member who DO NOT pre-register but show up at the door.

$45 for non-members and guests.

Go To www.rbwn.org to reserve your ticket!



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