The one event that you simply cannot afford to miss

So many seminars…so many claims.

It’s rare that one seminar stands out so clearly from the pack.

…You want to hear from the top direct mail copywriter of the last 40 years? (He’s only given one other presentation on his methods his entire career.)

He’ll be speaking

…You want to learn video and TV marketing from arguably the most successful practitioner of all time?

He’ll be there too.

…And while you’re at it how about getting the straight dope from one of top masters of radio advertising? (a powerful, but misunderstood and neglected medium packed with untapped potential.)

Yes, he’ll be there.

…Then there’s one of the greatest “where the rubber meets to road” practitioners and educators in the entire history of direct marketing


…And one of the greatest “horizon stretching” marketing advisors who ever lived (“a mind once stretched can never return to its original size”)

Throw in a stable of the top thoroughbred copywriters practicing today and some of the world’s top authentic Internet marketing advisors.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of what you’ll get…

(If you know marketing, you know that not only is this the best marketing line up of the last 30 to 50 years, but also that it is highly unlikely that anyone will ever be able to assemble this level of talent under one roof at the same time again.)

Click this link for more details:

The ultimate gathering of the world’s top direct marketing minds

P.S. Who among the thousands of people who’ve declared themselves “experts” over the years was chosen to represent the Internet at this one-of-a-kind event?

The founder of the System Club: a group you should seriously look into joining.

– Ken McCarthy

P.S. For over 25 years I’ve been sharing the simple but powerful things that matter in business with my clients.

If you’d like direction for your business that will work today, tomorrow and twenty years from now, visit us at the System Club.

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