For our Canadian readers here is some information for you about an upcoming contest seminar in your area. I am not connected to this seminar in anyway so views expressed by the speaker(s) are their own and do not reflect this site.
The 2nd Canadian Contestors Convention is going to be held on Saturday, October 3rd, 2009, from 9:00am – 4:30pm at the Ottawa Public Library (Main Branch), 120 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa ON K1P 5M2. Directions
If you want to take your hobby to the next level, meet fellow contestors, and have an opportunity to win prizes, attend the seminar How To Win Cash, Cars, Trips & More. This one-day event is being run by Carolyn, The Contest Queen
Seminar Package Pricing:
Includes GST and all course materials.
$99 CDNIncludes GST, all course materials and a Contest Starter Kit, with an autographed copy of You Can’t Win If You Don’t Enter. ($30 value)
- Promotion Types
- Rules and Regulations
- 5 Ways to Enter
- Tools of the Trade
- Increasing Your Odds
- The Contesting Community
- How to Avoid the Hazards of Being Online
- How to Spot a Scam
- Release Forms
- Attracting Luck
You will have the opportunity to:
- learn the ins and out of contesting as a hobby
- enter a mail-in contest
- enter an online contest (laptop & library card required)
- enter a text contest (cellphone required)
- create a Vision Board
- meet fellow contestors
- shop the Contest Queen store in person
- win door prizes!
If you live in the Ottawa Region, are willing to drive to Ottawa ON or have air miles just screaming to be cashed in, then enter to win a Full-Day Seminar Pass plus a Contestor Starter Kit which includes a copy of my book You Can’t Win If You Don’t Enter ($99 value).
The contest is open to Canada and the U.S. and runs from August 31st until 11:59pm ET Sunday September 13th, 2009. There are 8 ways to gain contest entries. Visit the Contest Queen’s blog for full details.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Travel, accommodations and any additional expenses are not included.
Wendy do you know if they have anything like this in the US??
Yes they do. There is a national convention. Start here http://www.mn2010.org/