Upcoming Event: Society for Marketing Professional Services Panel Discussion

The Society for Marketing Professional Services Nashville chapter, also known as SMPS, has big plans for this years Nashville mayoral election.

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Upcoming Event: Society for Marketing Professional Services Panel Discussion

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Friday, January 9th, 2015 at 10:55am.

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The Society for Marketing Professional Services Nashville chapter, also known as SMPS, has big plans for this years Nashville mayoral election. SMPS will hold a council meeting with the contenders competing to be Nashville’s mayor. This gathering will be supported by the Messer Construction Company. It will be held at City Winery on Wednesday, January 14, 2015.

Every year, SMPS’s January gathering is focused on the Mayor’s intentions for expansion and advancement of Nashville. However, according to the president of SMPS, Johnathan Holmes, it has been decided that this year's gathering be focused on the mayoral contenders. This will give the contenders time to present future plans with the council leaders in architecture, engineering and construction.

What is SMPS

SMPS is a group of marketing and business specialist who focus on revenue producing business interactions to promote their architecture, engineering and construction companies. SMPS believes in expanding their interactions, strengthening their business understandings, and conducting investigations to promote their organization in a positive way to the public. Supporters are presented the opportunity to further their skills, management possibilities, and promotional outlets to progress in their occupations.

What to Expect

During lunch, the upcoming mayor contenders will have a chance to talk about their proposals and thoughts on citywide issues. Contenders who plan to appear at the January SMPS meeting include:

  • Megan Barry - at-large member of Metro Council
  • Charles Robert Bone - attorney with Bone McAllester
  • Norton PLLCDavid Fox - formerly with Titan Advisors
  • Jeremy Kane - former CEO of LEAD Public Schools
  • Linda Rebrovick - CEO at Consensus Point

The public is welcome to join, but must complete registration ahead of time and purchase a lunch ticket. Tickets cost $50 and are available online. Valet service will cost $5. The luncheon is scheduled for January 14 at 11:00 a.m. 

 

Gary Ashton

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