(PRWEB) April 17, 2004
Aside from the glitz, glam, gambling, shows and nightlife, what can cause massive excitement and frenzy in Las Vegas? If itÂs not convention season--those massive events that host thousands of people--it must be the attendance and learning at EduVacations!
EduVacations is an entirely new concept, pioneered by Interaction CommunicationsÂthe opportunity to attend Management Training and a Personal Development Event that can help you change your life, combined with the bonus of a desirable location such as Las Vegas. Why not integrate high quality education and a vacation in an all-inclusive package? This yearÂs schedule will see participants from all over the globe.
ÂEduVacations offers the best of both worldsÂ5 days of World-Class training by experts including Ray DuGray and Maria Ngo, with a package of 7 nights of hotel accommodations, meals and access to Las Vegas, all for one price,Â said Alan Guinn, Professor at Rushmore University, one of the participating educational institutions in this project. ÂThe opportunity is appealing not only from the perspective of personal and professional improvement, but also offers the best of entertainment in the ÂdowntimeÂ that accompanies the learning activities.Â
"The key challenges facing the modern businessperson are to keep up-to-date in a rapidly changing world, avoid damaging stress and maintain a proper work/life balance. In one exciting and unique concept Maria Ngo and Ray DuGray have created a single and compelling answer to all three problems." Tom Lambert, Chief Executive- Centre for Consulting Excellence [UK], Professor at Rushmore University, and best selling author.
This fall 2004 Interaction Communications Inc. is hosting three Las Vegas EduVacations:
- Consulting Basics & Beyond: Break-Free, Go-Solo & Thrive (Sept. 26- Oct. 3)
- Success Mastery: Achieving Personal & Professional Excellence (Oct. 3-10)
- Train the Trainer: The Accelerated Way to Training Mastery (Oct. 10-17)
As they say, itÂs all about theÂ Location, Location, Location!!
For more information contact
Maria Ngo (204) 957-7254 or (866) 563-8625