Excitement Brewing Over John Moore Visit to Dayton

Excitement is brewing as Author and Marketeer John Moore will be coming to Dayton next Wednesday to address the speak to the Dayton AMA.  GUESTS ARE WELCOME AND SEATING IS LIMITED.  For those who are not familiar with John Moore, his resume includes work for small Seattle company known as Starbucks – you might have heard of them.  He also worked for a tiny Texas based grocery store that goes by the name Whole Foods – you may have read about them.   In addition he is the author of the book Tribal Knowledge and maintains one of the best marketing related blogs on the web, Brand Autopsy.  John has been kind enough to fly all the way from Austin, Texas to share his thoughts on marketing with the Dayton community.  Don’t miss this chance to hear from one of the most influential voices marketing.  Register today.  The details are as follows:

Where:  Schuster Center, Dayton, Ohio

When:  April 11th 11:30 – 1:00

How to register:  Click Here 

I sincerely hope to see you there.

Want to learn more about John?  Check out some excerpts from his book by clicking on the link below.

Amazon Online Reader : Tribal Knowledge: Business Wisdom Brewed from the Grounds of Starbucks Corporate Culture

2 Responses to “Excitement Brewing Over John Moore Visit to Dayton”

  1. 1 David Esrati April 5, 2007 at 5:46 pm

    Go check the main AMA site- it has 2 different dates for the John Moore event. And, frankly, $36 for non-members is a good way to scare people away.

  2. 2 david bowman April 6, 2007 at 8:26 am


    Thanks for finding the discrepancy in date. I do not maintain that site, but will pass along the information. For the record, the event date is the 11th of April. As for the price, I will pass your feedback on to the AMA board. I was not involved in the pricing of the event. I am just the guy who writes a blog and happened to come into contact with another guy who writes one, John Moore. The web creates strange and wonderfully unexpected connections. This is proof of that. For my part, I hope 36 bucks does not scare people away, because it should be worth every penny. Thanks again.

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