Yesterday my partner, Jim Butler, sent out an update (republished below) about the Meet the Money® Conference. Meet the Money® is a conference for lenders to the hospitality industry. If you have not registered yet, do it soon! The Meet the Money® Conference is the place to learn, listen and exchange ideas with a sophisticated audience to determine whether it is time to consider making loans to great properties that have been re-priced at lower, realistic values. See my last post about Meet the Money® here.
Meet the Money® is next week, May 3-5, 2010 at the Sheraton Gateway LAX hotel. Although our room block has sold out completely, the hotel has graciously extended our preferred conference room rate until April 30. There is still time to register for this “can’t miss” event.
We have one of the best lineups of hospitality industry leaders ever, and everyone you want to meet with will be there.
The tide has changed, and the “Game Changers” will all be at Meet the Money® — Register Now! www.MeetTheMoney.com
P.S. Dress is casual, casual, casual.
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