Tony Rubleski is returning to Petoskey to speak to business leaders at an event hosted by the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce. Rubleski’s seminar will be held on Fri. Oct. 10 at the Odawa Hotel on U.S. 131 in Petoskey. Doors for the program will open at 8:30 a.m. and the program will begin at 9:00.
The session is part of the chamber’s Business Innovation Series and is sponsored by Fifth Third Bank. It will be titled “Leadership Lessons to Help You Capture More Minds and Customers” and will be presented in conjunction with the release of Rubleski’s fourth book Mind Capture: Leadership Lessons from Ten Trailblazers Who Beat the Odds and Influenced Millions. The cost to attend the seminar is just $49/person. Organizers with the chamber of commerce urge early registration as there is potential to sell out this
Lisa Hoyt, Membership Director with the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce says the chamber has hosted Rubleski on four occasions over the past ten years, but not since 2009. “We’re fortunate to bring Tony back to the region,” Hoyt said. “His programs have always been well received by our members and are full of good, practical ideas,” she added.
Hoyt said the seminar will be ideal for business owners, CEO’s, marketing directors, or anyone involved in sales on a daily basis. “If your business has a need to increase sales, then you should plan to be at this event,” Hoyt said.
Rubleski is from the Grand Haven area but speaks throughout the country and has given hundreds of presentations over the past decade. He is president of the Mind Capture Group and his second book in the Mind Capture series went to #1 in three different business categories with Amazon.com. His fourth book will be released at about the time of his appearance in Petoskey. Rubleski and his books have been featured in a wide range of media outlets including CNN Radio, National Public Radio, the FOX TV Network, and many newspapers and magazine.
"It's only fitting that we debut the new book in northern Michigan, Rubleski said. Petoskey has been amazing to me and I love northern Michigan. It will be a lot of fun," he added.
To register for this seminar, visit www.petoskey.com or call 231-347-4150. The seminar is open to the public.