Green Light Special!
Buy 10 Get 1 FREE!
Attention Florida Literacy Conference Registrants, we have a green light special for conference registrations! Buy 10, get 1 free!
Yes! It is true! If you send on planning ten (10) or more people from your organization to the Florida Literacy Conference, you will get one registration free! Registrations must be sent together. So, have one person collect all eleven (11) registrations, write a check for ten (10)! Or, collect all twenty-two (22) registrations, and write a check for twenty (20)!
If you’re a real super saver, then don’t forget, early bird registration ends March 9!
For more information about the conference, go to http://www.floridaliteracy.org/floridaliteracyconference.html
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