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Anyone interested?

From: Roy S.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 1:25 PM
Hi

I received the message below. If this is of interest to anyone please contact Tom directly.

Regards
Roy

Dear Roy,

I hope this finds you well, my name is Tom Dearden and I'm a freelance researcher working with Elmstreet Media. I'm just getting in touch with regards to a unique opportunity which I believe your members would be interested in.

This Friday 29th we will be chairing an interview with Andrew B. Morris, a very successful London based businessman, where we will explore the psychology behind his success. Interviewing Andrew will be the noted psychologist Richard Bandler, founder of the Neuro Linguistic Programming methodology.

The event is a chance to delve into the secrets of Andrew's success and I believe it will prove a valuable insight for entrepreneurs at any level. It will also provide a useful networking opportunity as we are specifically looking for an audience of business minded people to attend the event who will not be afraid to ask perceptive questions.

I was hoping you might be able to send a round robin e-mail to your members or post some information regarding the event on your home page. If this is possible it would be very much appreciated.

The event will last one hour and will be held at the Soho Screening Rooms this Friday 29th at 12:30. It is free of charge however there are a limited number of seats available and interested parties should contact me directly to confirm their place.

Information about Andrew can be found on his website:
http://www.andrewbmorris.com/

Please let me know your thoughts on this, I can be contacted on
[masked] or by e-mail on [address removed].

Best wishes and many thanks,

Tom Dearden

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