Expo Education Lineup Takes Shape
As we enter the final full week of 2014, the industry's "Main Event"--the 2015 AAMA-AMOA Amusement Expo-- starts to come into clearer focus.
Now only 95 days away, plans are being finalized for the topics, presenters and panelists for "Expo Education Day," set for Tuesday, March 24, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV. Throughout the day, FREE seminars will be conducted for Expo showgoers. And at the conclusion of the program, the festive, mega-networking party for the industry, the Expo Gala, will be held. So, here's how the program is shaping up as far as topics and confirmed presenters:
- Expo Keynote Address by Bryan Dodge
- Salesmanship for the Operator Entrepreneur
- The Cashless Consumer and What it Means for Your Business
- Recognizing and Responding to the Ripple Effect of Organizational Change by Kara McClure Following the Rules of the Redemption Road
- Take Ownership of Leadership in Your Own Life, a special encore luncheon presentation by Bryan Dodge
- What You Need to Know About in Location Agreements by Paul Jenson
- A Two-Part Roundtable Session on Key Topics for Operator Survival and Success
- Finding a Niche in Fundraising, Corporate Events in Your FEC
- Special Closing Session: The Three Amigos: Back In the Saddle Again, featuring Rick Iceberg, Ben Jones and George Smith.
Additional sessions are being planned as well.
With Expo Education Day, the "there's no such thing as a free lunch" does not apply! There WILL BE a free lunch, and free coffee and free beverages at the closing session prior to the Gala. Many organizations and shows apply hefty registration fees to attend such a high-quality program. Not the Amusement Expo. It's part of the admission to the event. All AMOA operator and distributor members receive two complimentary admission badges to Expo as part of their membership, which includes the seminar program on Tuesday, March 24.
Check back here for updates on the program or visit the show's official website: www.amusementexpo.org for more information.
As we prepare to wipe the slate clean and embark on a brand new year, why not consider taking the theme of this year's Expo literally and "Get In the Game" by attending the show and educational program?