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Dallas To Host Intensive Norvax University Insurance Agent Sales Training and Web Marketing Conference on March 26
Date:3/11/2009

esident of sales and marketing for TWG Capital
  • "Must Have" Elements To Increase Your Website's Lead Generation, with Rey Villar and Jeremiah Desmarais.
  • How to Close With Just 1 Phone Call, with Rob Liano
  • Increasing Your Word-of-Mouth Business Through Social Media Marketing, with Rey Villar
  • Secrets of 3 Successful Top Producers, with Richard Cantu, John Cooper and Lucian Blackburn
  • Creating an Email Marketing Campaign on a Shoestring Budget, with Rey Villar
  • Q&A with a "500 Apps Per Month" Super Producer, with Joe Stevens, president of TX Insurance.

  • Current and prospective Norvax customers are also invited to attend a special clinic on how to put their Norvax quote engine, website, LeadMiner email autoresponder or BrokerOffice lead management system into overdrive. Steve Greanias, director of client services for Norvax, will explore these powerful sales automation tools -- with tips for users who want more out of their technology.

    The conference will begin at 7:30 AM and last until 5:00 PM. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided free of charge for all registered participants.

    Norvax has also arranged discounted room rates for attendees who wish to stay overnight. For more information or to reserve your tickets now, go to:

    http://www.university.norvax.com/conferences/dallas/2009-03/landing.jsp

    About Norvax
    Norvax Inc. is a leading developer of Web-based sales and customer communication tools that connect and help consumers, insurance brokers, agents and carriers transact health insurance business more efficiently. From tools for building lead-generating Websites to

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