I am excited to tell you that for the first time in history, the Revere Academy is offering a webinar class! Students will be able to attend this special class on business success from anywhere in the world at a very reasonable introductory price. I am sure your readers will be interested in learning more about this unique opportunity. The class is coming up very soon, April 28-29, 2012. If this is too short of notice to announce this new opportunity in your publication, I hope you will be able to announce on your magazine's web site, blog, eNews and Facebook page.

Attached is the press release with more details. You can also download the release from our web site.
http://www.revereacademy.com/about/print/current-press-releases/

If you have any trouble downloading the files, would like me to send you a high resolution image, or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would love to tell you more about this exciting new format for a class at Revere.

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Comment by Harriete Estel Berman on April 5, 2012 at 1:55pm

Here is the direct link to the workshop information on Revere

http://www.revereacademy.com/s/masters-symposium/prepare-for-succes...

Comment by Brigitte Martin on February 17, 2012 at 11:31am

Very interesting. I recently visited Revere and am thrilled that I now have the opportunity to join your classes online. This is great !!

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