Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended for 2nd Annual Print Buyers Conference in November
Press release from the issuing company
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS -- October 4, 2007 -- Print Buyers International (PBI) today announced that the Early Bird Deadline for registering for their 2nd Annual Print Buyers Conference in Westford, MA, has been extended to October 19th. The 2-day conference takes place on November 7-8th at the Westford Regency Inn & Conference Center. The extension was made due to the late addition of a brand-new program, Print Buyer Boot Camp!, which will debut the day before the conference on Tuesday, November 6th, from 1 to 5 pm, at the same venue.
The half-day Boot Camp was developed to serve those who are new to the field of print buying, including print buyers, new graphic designers - even new CSRs and print sales reps. Conference attendees may sign up for Boot Camp! for FREE. Others pay just $99. For more details, visit http://www.bostonprintbuyers.com/pbiconference/bootcamp.html.
Early Bird Fee Just $279
The Early Bird registration fee of just $279 ($179 for members of Boston Print Buyers, a Division of PBI) is available to everyone who registers through October 19th. After that date, the regular rate of $429 will apply.
The 2nd Annual Print Buyers Conference on November 7-8th offers attendees a rich and comprehensive educational program. This year, the conference includes 21 educational sessions held over two days -- plus Print Buyer Boot Camp! - dedicated to the enhanced understanding of professional print and media buyers.
Visit http://www.bostonprintbuyers.com/pbiconference/schedule.html to access the full program schedule, select your conference sessions (including Boot Camp!), and register online. The only additional charge is $50 for the keynote dinner on November 7th, starring industry legends Frank Romano and Dr. Joe Webb.
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