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2013 Marketing Boot Camp Timetable

You're going to be learning a lot during the Boot Camp. But hey—it's Vegas, right? During the off hours you will be able to network with your classmates, organize your notes each day into your action plan, and still have time to enjoy the sensory overload that is Las Vegas.
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Schedule of Events



Sunday, January 13:


Arrive in Las Vegas, get checked in to The Flamingo
5:00–8:00pm: Class mixer in the Mesquite Room. An informal get together where you can pick up your Boot Camp workbook, meet and visit with John and your fellow classmates. There will be a cash bar.

Monday, January 14:


8:30 The doors to Bugsy's Cabaret open. You don't need to be there any earlier. If you didn't get a chance to get your workbook on Sunday, you can pick it up now.

9:00—12:00 Class begins promptly.

12:00–1:30 Lunch on your own.

1:30–5:00 Class continues.

5:00–7:30 Dinner on your own
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7:30–??? Special sales presentation by PPA Past President Ron Nichols. This session is optional, but if you want to earn more money, you'll want to be there.

Tuesday, January 15:


8:30 Doors open

9:00–12:00 Class

12:00–1:15 Lunch on your own

1:15–5:00 Class

5:00–??? The town is yours!

Wednesday, January 16:


8:30 Doors open

9:00–12:00 Class

12:00–1:15 Lunch on your own

1:15–4:45 Class

4:45–5:00 Send-off

NOTE: If you're flying out of Las Vegas you'll need to be at the airport a full two hours before your flight. Because the class ends at 5:00 that means you shouldn't schedule your flight time before 7:30 at the very earliest on Wednesday. Better yet, stay another night, enjoy a nice dinner with some of your classmates and leave on Thursday. The majority of attendees find this to be easier than trying to rush out and fight the crowds to their airport on Wednesday evening.

The 2013 John Hartman Marketing Boot Camp • January 14–16 • The Flamingo Las Vegas