Get Motivated Business Seminar at the Detroit Masonic Temple

. June 1, 2016.
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While Southeast Michigan is home to innovative and inspired entrepreneurs, everyone needs a little push. That’s where the Get Motivated Business Seminar comes in. A lively stage show (including pyrotechnics and special effects) will keep audiences entertained while celebrated minds give presentations on all things business-related. Kick-start your great idea with a performance The Wall Street Journal called, “A barnstorming Feel-Good Tour de Force.”

 

Wednesday | June 15 | 8am-5:45pm
$29-$149/presale | $69-$499/door
Detroit Masonic Temple | 500 Temple St. | Detroit
1-800-905-7780 | getmotivated.com

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