Event Provides Forum for Face-to-Face Meetings and New Customer Introductions
CHARLOTTE, NC– February 17, 2010 – Jackrabbit Technologies, the only software endorsed for business management by Sam Beckford, will be featured in a two-hour Question & Answer (Q&A) session at the 2010 Mastermind Alumni Conference scheduled for March 5-6 at The Marriott Buttes Tempe Results in Tempe, Arizona. Jackrabbit Technologies will meet with customers and those interested in its business management system during several vendor highlight opportunities and individual meetings. Demonstrations of the Jackrabbit system will be available so all who are interested can experience the software firsthand.
Mark Mahoney, Jackrabbit’s President and Cofounder, will open up the floor for Jackrabbit’s special two-hour Q&A on Friday evening after the final Mastermind session.
“We look forward to the Mastermind Alumni Conference each year for the face-to-face opportunities it provides. We reconnect with loyal customers and gain insight from interacting with eager inquirers,” Mahoney comments. “Our special Q&A Session will give Jackrabbit and Jackrabbit users the opportunity to share information and to help one another. Sam has an outstanding business, a strong network of customers and has been a great supporter of Jackrabbit.”
Sam Beckford’s Mastermind program helps dance and music studios implement strategies that will help them grow. More than 1,500 studios across the country use Beckford’s strategies. The Mastermind Alumni Conference enables long-time users of Beckford’s systems to discuss new ideas, renew old friendships and re-energize themselves for the upcoming year.
Jackrabbit Technologies prides itself on its business management software in addition to its consistent software enhancements, industry leading customer support and track record for customer satisfaction. Jackrabbit is attentiveness to needs through open lines of communication with customers who are also leading their practice areas in providing quality learning experiences to students.