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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2010/06/09 - The June 16, AffiliateConvention in Beverly Hills is experiencing strong pre-registrations for the one night event, from 9pm to 11pm at the Stone Rose Lounge. The event is expected to attract hundreds of affiliate marketers.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces strong registration since its announcement of the June 16, 2010 AffiliateConvention Event in Los Angeles. The event will take place inside the Sofitel Hotel at Stone Rose Lounge in Beverly Hills from 9pm-11pm.
Affiliate Convention Events are a series of intimate networking events that provide a relaxed and enjoyable forum for affiliates to make new business contacts, network with colleagues and leaders in their industry. Affiliates attending Affiliate Convention Events vary in levels from beginner to super-affiliate.
Attendance to the June 16, 2010 Affiliate Convention Event is free for affiliates that RSVP online by June 15
The event has been timed along side the Internet Dating Conference and Social Networking Conference, taking place June 16-18 in Los Angeles. Internet dating affiliates will be able to meet directly with the owners of well known leading internet dating and social networking sites at the Affiliate Convention Event.
Elitemate is the sponsor of the event. Moss Networks, a marketing, public relations and event production firm that specializes in affiliate marketing and technology industries is planning the event. Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. a company that specializes in the production and logistics of niche conferences and events, is running the AffiliateConvention event.
For more information on the Affiliate Convention, please visit the website or contact:
Marketing and Logistics Representative
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
T: +1 212-722-1744 / F: +1 208-728-6456
Moss Networks/ Moss PR
T: +1 818-995-8127, F: 818-990-8703
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