non-profit and small business markets. Michael is renowned for his expertise and his ability to convey the most advanced marketing technology concepts in an entertaining style that can be easily understood by all.
Thursday-Friday, October 29-30 Multnomah Athletic Club 1849 SW Salmon Street • Portland, Ore.
2C. Ginger Bell and Friends SAFE ACT, MDIA, HVCC, Red Flags and Other Regulatory Updates “RESPA: New GFE and HUD1, MDIA, HVCC, S.A.F.E. Act, Red Flags...Now What?” Please join Ginger Bell as she leads a panel discussion with a host of industry experts, Oregon’s appraiser certification and licensure board administrator, Bob Keith; nationally certified CE trainer, Ken Perry of Broker Knowledge; and Red Flags expert, David Bruerd of ITag NW, through the various regulatory changes of the past year. The year 2009 will go down as the year of regulatory reform. An hour hardly seems like enough time to cover all of the updates, but it will give us a chance to give an overview of what all has happened and what you need to do to make certain you understand the new regulations and how they affect your business. This will be one of the most important and information packed sessions of the conference! You will want to attend this session! Plus find out how to use these important updates to keep your clients and partners up to date! Ginger Bell of Go2Training and Plaza Home Mortgage is an experienced trainer, sales manager and business owner. She has consulted with many training companies, including Dale Carnegie Training, Mortgage Success Source and Plaza Home Mortgage. Ginger has more than 20 years of experience leading workshops in public speaking, leadership, customer service, sales and continuing education. Ginger works with industry professionals, such as Barry Habib, Sue Woodard, Edward Jamison and Todd Duncan. Ginger has more than 12 years in the mortgage and banking industries and is a National Association of Mortgage Brokers (NAMB)approved instructor and a board member for OAMP. 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. ..........................................Trade Show in the Ballroom A time to interact with industry members after two days of great education. This business-to-business opportunity is always a fun and productive time. Food and beverages will be offered.
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He wrote U.S. Bancorp’s regional publications, including The Update, The Business Barometer, Northwest Portrait, U.S. Territory, Oregon Tidbits and was a columnist for Oregon Business Magazine. He currently speaks to conventions and business groups around the nation and writes Sterling Savings Bank’s newsletter. He was a business analyst for KPTV in Portland. He has been making economic presentations on the nation and the region for more than 39 years. John is a member of the Western Blue Chip Forecast Panel, a trustee of Aquila Tax Free Trust of Oregon, a board member of Oregon Mutual Insurance Company and Western Capital Bancorp in Boise, Idaho. John was chairman of the Oregon Council of Economic Advisors from 1992-1998 and a member from 1984-1998. John was chairman of the Oregon Governor’s Technical Advisory Committee on Tax Review and chairman of the Life Flight Consortium. He is a member of the MoW crew on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad in New Mexico. Stick around after John’s presentation as OAMP’s legislative leadership will share their many challenges and successes in the recent Oregon legislative session. The panel members will share their insights as what impact the changes will have on the mortgage industry in the future. 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. ........................................................Breakout Sessions 2A. Realtor Insights: Their Vision of the Current Market Presented by Kristina Larsen of Luxury Homes Internationale Kristina Larsen of Luxury Homes Internationale, along with other high profile professionals, will provide their insights on the state of the real estate industry. Realtors are the frontline of the industry, and their reports on current conditions, projections for the future and some of the challenges they are facing, will be invaluable to the industry as a whole. This session will also have adequate time for questions and answers.
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2B: The Seven Keys to E-mail Marketing Presented by Michael Clark, Regional Development Director of Pacific Northwest Sponsored by Constant Contact Do you want a way to communicate with your customers in a timely and cost-effective manner? E-mail is a great way to get your message out to your customers and more. In this session, we will discuss how e-mail marketing differs from more traditional marketing tools. We will also discuss strategies to get your e-mails opened and read. The focus is on best practices and practical information that will strengthen your messaging and give you maximum impact with minimum intrusion. A communications expert with more than seven years experience in education, marketing and graphic design, Michael Clark is one of the country’s leading e-mail marketing experts, as well as a highly rated and popular e-mail marketing presenOR 4 ter. Michael has led the development of successful educational programs in the
Delegates O $99 OAMP members (includes MLEB classes on 10/29/09, if registered by 10/01/09) O $139 non-members Trade show booths O $495 member for OAMP members O $695 for non-member (there are only have 20 tabletop spaces available) Session sponsorships O Breakout Sessions Sponsor: $895 each (six available, includes trade show booth) O Continental Breakfast Sponsor: $1,000 (one available)
Cancellations Cancellations received on or before Thursday, Oct. 22, will receive a refund of 100 percent of registration fees, minus a $25 administration fee. Cancellations received after Oct. 22 will receive a refund of 50 percent of registration fees. Noshows and same day of event cancellations will receive no refunds. Registration for the Oct. 29 education is free. Only 180 registrations can be accepted for this day. All seats will be reserved for those individuals who register for the OAMP Convention on Oct. 30 until Oct. 1. If all seats have not been filled by Oct.1, then registration will be opened to others. Multnomah Athletic Club O One of the sections of the ballroom will be open all day as a networking center for people to make calls and also get Internet access, etc. O The other two sections of the ballroom will house the trade show in a different fun format.
Preferred convention hotel The preferred convention hotel is the Hotel DeLuxe, located at 729 SW 15th Avenue in Portland, Ore. The Hotel DeLuxe is the closest hotel to the Multnomah Athletic Club at only three blocks away. The rate for a single room is $129 per night plus tax, and the rate for a double room is $149 per night plus tax. Hotel reservation includes valet parking. For reservations call the Hotel DeLuxe directly at (503) 219-2094 or (866) 986-8085 and ask for the OAMP room block. For more information on the OAMP 2009 Annual Convention, log on to www.oampevents.com. You must register online this year. If you have questions or need assistance, call the OAMP state office at (503) 670-8586 or (800) 650-9076.
Published on Oct 15, 2009