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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Dec 03, 2009-
Dec 03, 2009
01:00PM - 05:00PM
Will You Leave Money on the Tasting Bar in 2010?
Direct to Consumer Strategy Seminar
Sonoma,
VIntners Inn Event Center, Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description

Will You Leave Money on the Tasting Bar in 2010?

Direct to Consumer Strategy Seminar

Thursday, December 3, 2009
Vintners Inn Event Center, Santa Rosa

- A Close Look at Creating Wine Destinations
- Impact the Way Future Business is Conducted
- Strategies for Direct Sales and the Guest Experience

Vision Marketecture - Speaker Panel One
Paul Dolan- Parducci Wines, Angelica De Vere - Constellation Wines U.S., 
Chuck McPherson - Leap Solutions, Mark Hullinger - Insight 2 Transition
Facilitator: Tod Brilliant - Post Carbon Institute

Creative Marketecture - Speaker Panel Two:
Pete Seghesio - Seghesio Winery, Elizabeth Slater - In Short Marketing, Jen Shockley - Jumping Fences Design, Marni Duncan - Vinotage Creative
Facilitator: Gary Finnan - GFC Marketecture

Registration at 1:00 pm
Program from 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Wine Reception from 4:00pm - 5:00pm

$25.00 per person or $310.00 for a table of 10, including company 
name on table sign.  Light hors d'oeuvres included.

Major Sponsors: Northbay Biz, Wine Industry Network, GFC Marketecture

Call Andrea at 707.385.0112 or visit http://www.garyfinnan.com/seminars.html

 

Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: Andrea Black     Email: andrea@garyfinnan.com
Phone: 707-385-0112      Fax: 707-836-9221

 

 

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