Thursday, Feb. 25 from 8:30am to 11:30am I am doing a 3-hour workshop with the Greater Jackson Chamber of Commerce to share the biggest secret behind the incredible success of Toy House and Baby Too.
(Success? Besides growing and remaining profitable while in a shrinking industry and shrinking population, Toy House and Baby Too was recently named one of The 25 Best Independent Stores in America in the book Retail Superstars by George Whalin.)
The class is:
"Accelerated Branding: Taking Your Advertising and Your Business to a New Level".
All the best stuff I learned from two incredible people; Roy H. Williams, aka The Wizard of Ads and David Freeman, the best screenwriting master you've never heard of.
In three short hours you will learn more about how advertising works (and doesn't work) than most marketing professionals. And you'll be able to harness that knowledge to accelerate your business no matter what the economy is doing.
I'm going to show you how to make your advertising work better (without spending a penny more) so that you attract more customers, get them to spend more, make them more loyal, and empower them to bring you even more business.
The cool thing is that there are no gimmicks, no radical changing of the way you currently run your business, no unethical or impractical practices. I'm just going to show you how to unlock the potential that already exists in your business and teach you how to harness that energy so that it works for you.
It will be a hands-on workshop in which you'll create a simple blueprint that will guide all of your advertising (and business) decisions along with a number of examples how to put your plan into action.
- It will be fun. (Hey, I play with toys for a living - If I'm doing a workshop, it's gotta be fun)
- It will be eye-opening (The downside is that you won't ever look at advertisements the same after this class.)
- It will be well worth your time (3 hours? $25? I'm kinda surprised the Chamber is giving away this program so cheaply - I paid many thousands for this same info and charge many hundreds to give it out individually as a consultant.)
See you Thursday!
PS If you're one of my out-of-town followers, you're welcome, too. The price is $40 for non-Chamber, non-Midtown, non-Jackson Local First members. That, and a little travel will be some of the best money you spend all year. If it isn't, I'll pay you back the $40 fee and take you to the best lunch you've ever had right after the class.