Entrepreneurs Win at Entrepalooza With Fast Action, Fast Benefit

Last Day to Register for Entrepalooza – read this story and win a ticket and prizes.

This morning’s email message from Katrina Sawa, Entreprenur and business coach said:

“I’m emailing you today because I wanted to remind you about an event happening here in Sacramento on June 27th that I’m involved in and I highly recommend attending! BUT TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER – so I highly recommend you check it out and consider changing your plans on that day if you have some already, it’s going to be that good. Go to www.EntrePalooza.info to get all the details now.”

The presenters are two local entrepreneurs who really boost local business. Katrina Sawa and Richard Ruckman worked to put the event on to help local entrepreneurs increase their business, especially considering that the economy isn’t looking great right now. Katrina and Richard are Networking Fanatics and Katrina is a Marketing Expert so I know from experience this event will be fun and informative and entrepreneurs will gain from it.

EntrePalooza is strictly for entrepreneurs and small business professionals and during the day you will learn:

  • Ways to market your business more affordably and effectively
  • How to get more exposure and publicity
  • How to make more sales
  • How to network more effectively
  • How to maximize your website and online marketing

    Details at www.EntrePalooza.info

    Over the course of the whole day at EntrePalooza, you get the following:

  • 5 Dynamic Speakers throughout the day/workshop (giving really good content, not bunch of sales hype)
  • Food provided all day – including continental breakfast, full lunch and appetizers in the evening
  • Power Networking Reception in the evening with a no host bar
  • Surprise Entertainment in the middle!
  • A printed program with all attendee contact info inside for easy follow up!

    Katrina and Richard made it really easy to make new connections and learn how to build your business and get more clients really fast with this all day must-attend event so I hope you will join me there.

    So go get all the info and sign up now (they’re expecting 150 or so business professionals and entrepreneurs – don’t get left out!) – go to www.EntrePalooza.info today and I’ll see you there!!

    Katrina Sawa, the event organizer gave NewsBlaze a final push: “Hurry and get all the details AND SIGN UP TODAY BY 5:00 PM so you don’t miss out!!!!!! – Katrina says a lot of exclamation marks! www.EntrePalooza.info

    Win a ticket and save $69

    You are a Sacramento-area entrepreneur, so dash off a fast email to [email protected] Make your Subject line “Entrepalooza for Entrepreneurs” and tell NewsBlaze about your business. This is your “elevator speech,” you mist do it in only one to three sentences. Also, in one sentence, why you should win this free ticket. Be a winner! Entry closes at 4pm PST, so do it now.


    If you can’t attend, join the NewsBlaze Business Newsletter and receive the newsletter and an invitation to our new online Press Release Club. This club is for entrepreneurs and small businesses anywhere in the US, whether your business is local, national or international. It will open for international Entrepreneurs in September.

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