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Tasman row hero to speak at Debitsuccess event


19 June 2012

Tasman row hero to speak at Debitsuccess event

Nigel Cherrie, one of the four-man team that successfully rowed from Sydney to Auckland earlier this year, will be the keynote speaker at the next Debitsuccess Sales and Marketing Seminar on 22nd June.

Cherrie will share the story of Team Gallagher’s remarkable feat of perseverance alongside a range of other local and international speakers at the seminar, which is designed for health and fitness club staff looking to market their businesses effectively.

Laura Risbrook, National AccountManager for Debitsuccess, says the seminar is tailored for anyone working in the health and fitness industry, be they health club owners, managers, personal trainers or membership consultants, and is not limited to Debitsuccess clients.

“Debitsuccess is committed to helping the fitness industry find new and innovative ways to connect and retain their customers cost-effectively. With this year’s diverse line-up, the seminar will provide some great practical ideas and food for thought, with a touch of inspiration.”

The full list of speakers includes:

· Nigel Cherrie (Team Gallagher Leader) “Perseverance - Rowing across the Tasman against all odds.”

· Jim Hainey (International Speaker) “The success system that never fails.”

· Roger Westerman (Director, Breathe Health Clubs) ”Retention Strategies.”

· Michael Jordan (Business Development Manager, Creative Fitness Marketing)“Big results on a small marketing budget.”

· Gavin Marshall (Jenkins Gym Owner/Operator) “Life as a gym owner.”

Location will be The Rendezvous Hotel, corner of Mayoral Drive & Vincent Street in Auckland City starting at 9:30am and finishing at 4:00pm.

For more information, costs and registration details please e-mail or call 09-481 0401 to register.

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