|2nd Annual Northern California Informational Diving Conference|
Posted by Kris Hanna; All About Scuba Dive Shop in Fairfield on January 07, 2011 at 18:38:49:|
All About Scuba is putting together
another informational diving conference for Northern California! We
will be having the 2nd Annual Northern California Informational Diving
Conference 2011 on June 11th 2011 and this will be an all day event
hosted at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott or at a larger venue
if and hopefully needed.
Our current plan is to have guest speakers at the conference including
Dan Orr from Divers Alert Network, Dan Rodarte from Aqualung and Whites
Dry Suits MFG, Doug Krause for Oceanic, and other speakers. Each
Speaker will have a 45 minute presentation with 10 minutes for
questions and answers from you. Along with speaking to all the
attendees, presenters have a display booth of their information for
everyone to see as well. During the breaks at lunch and the end of
conference, there will be time for the attendees to look around at each
presenters booth or display and possibly go a little more in depth on
their question and answers. Between presenters, we will be raffling off
prizes to the attendees!
Last year we had just over 40 people attend the conference. We are
looking to crush that number with attendees not including staff and
guest speakers at the conference. Along with the guest speakers
presentations, the attendees will be offered an extended continental
breakfast catered lunch with dissert a snack for the morning and
Each attendee will also receive chances to win a door prize and a
conference tee shirt.
Please let me know what you think. Like always, I appreciate your time
and look forward to hearing back from you and confirming that you would
like to be an attendee at the
Northern California Informational Dive Conference 2011!!
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