Simultaneous McCormick Place Events Add Networking Opportunities

Those attending the Motivation Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, will have the opportunity to triple their experience by visiting two simultaneous auxiliary events.

Organized by the In-Store Marketing Institute and the Motivation Show, Marketing Days is an event for the entire marketing community and features more than a dozen events, hundreds of experts, and thousands of exhibits.

Occurring Sept. 25-27 at McCormick Place, the event's goals are to: bring the world of external and internal marketing to convene in one location to foster a new level of dialogue and understanding between the traditional disciplines of marketing; enable marketers to expand their expertise into other related tactics; provide organizations involved with marketing education a new opportunity to share their offerings with business professionals; help marketers deploy more fully integrated, customer-focused marketing strategies providing measurable results; provide a consolidated opportunity to find promotional and motivational resources that help engage more consumers, trading partners, and employees; and provide a forum for marketing and motivational professionals with similar goals to network and share knowledge. For more information, visit www.marketingdays.org.

The In-Store Marketing Institute is holding its own event--the In-Store Marketing Expo--at the Lakeside Center at McCormick Place on Sept. 26-27. This expo features an expansive exhibit hall packed with nearly 250 top in-store suppliers, a comprehensive seminar program, and many networking events. For more information, visit www.instorexpo.com/expo.

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