Philadelphia Chapter of the American Marketing Association (PAMA) hosts "Thirsty Thursday" Networking Series, Nov. 8
The Philadelphia Chapter of the American Marketing Association (PAMA) is excited to host the third "Thirsty Thursday" networking event on November 8, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at The Farmer's Daughter Restaurant in Blue Bell, PA. This networking event for marketers will highlight the PAMA Passport and overlooked benefits of membership.
The Thirsty Thursday series is a new opportunity for marketers to connect with their peers every second Thursday of the month. Come and learn something new about marketing through interactive discussions and guest speakers while mingling with fellow marketers. The series will take place at various locations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area, offering peers across the region to meet.
Sophisticated venues, such as Cuba Libre and Mas Mexicali Cantina, offer the chance for members and non-members to meet casually. Educational topics will vary and offer attendees an opportunity to gain new insights and learn new topics.
During the next event in Blue Bell, attendees have the opportunity to meet fellow marketers from the region in a casual environment. A brief discussion about the PAMA Passport to Marketing Excellence will call out the benefits of chapter membership for individuals, their teams, and their companies.
Attendees will also learn about the many networking, professional development, and volunteer opportunities that PAMA offers. Registration prices include one drink and appetizers throughout the night.
This Thirsty Thursday event will take place on Thursday, November 8th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at The Farmer's Daughter Restaurant at Normandy Farms Hotel, 1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, PA 19422.
Registration is $20 for members and $35 for non-members. Register today at http://www.amaphilly.org or email email@example.com.
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