Nashville, TN (PressExposure) July 15, 2008 -- Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2, small business owners will be given a rare glimpse and sneak preview into the principles and best practices that currently and directly help grow more than 100 businesses in six countries.
Boldly pronounced as "the most powerful business seminar youâll ever attend," Boom Your Business is the two-day, 11-topic marketing and advertising workshop to be previewed at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Produced by The Wizard of Ads Partners, this preview event will cost just $199.
"We understand that normally something like this might cost one to two thousand dollars, but weâre testing some things and taking a few risks as we work out the bugs before we take the event on tour," said Michele Miller, Partner, author and worldwide expert on marketing to women, "so we picked a central US city for convenience and because words ring and sing in Nashville."
Expect to hear things that shock you and run counter to traditional advertising wisdom.
"Unfortunately, the old stuff is more tradition than wisdom," said Dave Young, Partner, author and expert on new media, "and if youâve noticed that your tried-and-true advertising and marketing techniques arenât working as well as they did even six months ago, then we guarantee youâll be grateful you registered ... especially for only 10-20% of what weâll be charging down the road."
Interested decision-makers and the curious may learn more and register at the official website: http://www.WizardsOnTheRoad.com. Seating is strictly limited to the first 200 guests.
Lifelong students of what makes people do the things they do, The 41 Wizard of Ads Partners have offices in six countries on four continents. Collectively, they helped bring in 403.4 million dollars in revenue to the 107 businesses and 1921 employees they represent. They work strictly with owner-operated companies of less than 100 employees. They stress there will be no sales pitch, and that other than the price of admission, no one will be asked to buy anything, and thereâs only one other condition: Fortune 500 companies arenât welcome.
"Sorry. We work strictly with small businesses willing to take action and make a difference in the lives of their customers and employees," says Miller.