Special Event Announcement:
Media Mastery: Representing Yourself, Your Association and Your Profession In the Media
Join us May 24th for "Media Mastery" presented by Ben Lewis, FPA's PR Director, hosted at the Country Club of Orlando.
Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to the profession, you won't want to miss this exclusive and valuable benefit!
By attending Media Mastery, CFP® members are eligible to participate in FPA MediaSource - the automated media query system that sends reporter queries to qualified FPA members.
In addition to qualifying for FPA’s MediaSource you will be eligible to participate in future events for the FPA of Central Florida’s Financial Planning Panel. This opportunity allows you to bring your expertise to local groups, organizations, and charities in the Central Florida region.
Most recently, three of our CFP® members hosted a one hour panel discussion at a local charity fielding questions related to investments, the market, and the economy. As we continue to build this program, we are seeking to open additional opportunities and plans are in the works to host similar discussions. In order to be eligible for the FPP, you must attend the Media Mastery course.
Note: Date changed to May 24th.
About our Speaker:
With more than 20 years of public relations experience in financial services, non-profit, and government, Ben Lewis is able to use his experiences in helping FPA members learn how they can build long-lasting relationships with journalists. Prior to becoming the Director of Public Relations for FPA, Ben consulted for dozens of advisers and organizations across the country. He is also author of Perfecting The Pitch: Creating Publicity Through Media Rapport, which was released in 2007.
Registration begins at 8:15
Continental Breakfast and Media Mastery: 8:30 to 10:00
PR Banzai: 10:15 to 11:30
Non Member: $15.00
The FPA of Central Florida is dedicated to the success of our membership by promoting the value of the financial planning process through professional development, networking, and community awareness.
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