16:40 PM, 2nd October 2012, About 9 years ago 1
I’m honoured to have been invited to be the closing speaker at the NALS Conference this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for me to share details of “The GOOD Landlords Campaign“ with so many of the letting industry elite. Attendees include regulators, politicians, trade bodies, mortgage lenders, various trade exhibitors and of course letting agents.
As a result of this I have been provided with a few guess passes and would like to share these with readers of Property118 who may like to join me as my guests for the day.
Tickets usually cost £120 so please read on if you would like to attend this Thursday. The venue is the stunning Guoman Tower Hotel at London Bridge.
As my presentation is to share my vision for “The GOOD Landlords Campaign” I will be offering my guest passes to people who have signed up as members of The Good Landlords Campaign. If you would like to attend the event as my guest and have not already signed up to support The Good Landlords Campaign it’s not too late, you can register here. As the minimum donation to join The GOOD landlords Campaign is only £50 and the tickets are worth £120 it’s not difficult to see this is an absolute bargain.
To claim up to two free tickets please email me your name and telephone number. I will obviously check against the members list before issuing any tickets and they will be provided on a first come first served basis. When they are gone I will leave a note in the comments section below this article. My email address is email@example.com
I you already have tickets for the event please introduce yourself when you see me..
More details of the event are available via this link >>> http://www.nalsconference.co.uk/
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