Industry News 1/19/2010

EVENT: So Cal Action Sports Looking to Host Best Selling Author Seth Godin

So Cal Action Sports Looking to Host Best Selling Author Seth Godin
Need your help to make this happen on Jan. 25, 2010!

Bryan Elliott is planning a huge by-invite only networking event and has invited us to be part it. The event features special guest, best selling author and speaker Seth Godin Feb. 11, 7:00-10pm in Irvine. If you don't know Seth Godin, Seth is to marketing and new media what Steve Jobs is to computers and digital technology--an icon. The event site is password protected so see the site link and password below.

Here's the details:
What: One Night to Discover: How to be Indispensable An evening with Seth Godin–Best Selling author, A-List lecture circuit speaker, marketing icon and writer of one of the most influential and visited marketing blogs in the world.

Seth will deliver a 1-hour keynote: “Keys to Success, The Present & Future of Marketing: How to be Indispensable” based on his new book, “Linchpin.”

When: Thurs. February 11, 2010. Time: 7:00-10:00 pm
Where: Ford Motor Corp. Western HQ, 3 Glen Bell Way, Suite 100 Irvine CA 92618
Agenda: 7-7:30pm reception, 7:30-8:30 pm Seth, 8:30~networking

Event link: http://socalactionsportsnetwork.com/feb11/
Password: seth (all lowercase)

It’s important to know that Seth rarely ever does this kind of private event. He usually speaks to Fortune 100 companies who pay him $80,000/day to speak or at the TED Conference.If you know about the TED Conference, you know that it’s an annual event where the greatest minds in the world gather. It’s by invite only and each ticket is about $9,000. Seth is also from the NYC and rarely comes out this way.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance!

Here’s the IMPORTANT part:
Seth has agreed to come BUT he will only come if we fill at least 200 General Admission tickets by January 25th.

This is a big opportunity but If we DON’T make it, the event is not happening and will be canceled. (You will receive a full refund so there's no risk).