[EventsInAmerica.com] has event contacts that nobody's talked to
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 29, 2008
EventsInAmerica.com announces an online membership that saves users time and gives back to communities. The company operates an online database of trade show and event details. For a limited time, new and renewing members can get an annual subscription for $99 and gain full access to details on thousands of trade shows and events. In addition, members can choose one of seven national non-profit organizations to receive a $10 donation.
"If you want to do well for your company, your clients and your community, choose the $99 membership, because everyone wins," Mark Travers, President of EventsInAmerica.com, says.
Travers is building the site to become the one-stop search tool for everyone who exhibits or sponsors trade shows, events, symposia, fairs, festivals and more. He envisions the site as a way for professionals who work in everything from trade show management and public relations to government and hospitality to find information quickly.
Members in diverse industries have found the site saves them time and allows them to grow their businesses in new ways. Gary Brandt, owner/marketing director of Espeed Trade Shows, says he used to spend hours combing through the Internet to find clients who would buy his software services. "EventsInAmerica.com cuts down on the amount of time it takes me to do my research," he says. "The database allows me to find shows, venues and show producers. I don't have to do organizational searches and Google® searches. I can make contact with the individual."
Public relations professionals use the tool for other purposes. Jennifer Karin, principal of Company Public Relations, has found the database helpful in researching speaking opportunities at healthcare conferences for one of her social media clients. She appreciates the ability to add annotated notes.
"I would recommend EventsInAmerica.com to anybody that doesn't subscribe to a database or have a lot of interns to do that research," she says.
Terry Brown, founder and operations manager of HCC Services, a t-shirt screen printer, says the service has allowed him to more accurately plan his marketing efforts. As a result of using EventsInAmerica.com, he now chooses to attend only high-traffic events of 500,000 or more people. In addition, EventsInAmerica.com has given him an edge over the competition. "[EventsInAmerica.com] has event contacts that nobody's talked to," Brown says. EventsInAmerica.com allows Brown to target trade shows with fewer vendors who have similar products. "I'm not seeing the vendors I'm used to seeing at events," he says.
Users who sign up for the $99 annual membership plan get full access to the site, and $10 of their membership will be donated to one of seven non-profit organizations they designate. Readers can view the list of non-profit organizations when they visit the web site at http://www.EventsInAmerica.com.
EventsInAmerica.com is an affordable, streamlined online database designed to help business professionals, entrepreneurs and others reduce the time and expense of trade show research and planning. Members will find details on thousands of events in 15 broad industry categories and 40 sub-categories. EventsInAmerica.com members can effectively plan their entire year's conference schedule in a matter of minutes.
EventsInAmerica.com is a trademark of Events In America, LLC
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