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Our teams have been hard at work setting the groundwork and spreading the word about the Creative Conference. We’ve been going to various events like the WebVision conference and other venues that serve as magnets for creative types.
If these are the kinds of places where you like to hang out, chances are you’ll see one of our postcards: Our teams have been hard at work setting the groundwork and spreading the word about the Creative Conference. We’ve been going to various events like the WebVision conference and other venues that serve as magnets for creative types.
If these are the kinds of places where you like to hang out, chances are you’ll see one of our postcards: Our teams have been hard at work setting the groundwork and spreading the word about the Creative Conference. We’ve been going to various events like the WebVision conference and other venues that serve as magnets for creative types.
If these are the kinds of places where you like to hang out, chances are you’ll see one of our postcards: 

Our teams have been hard at work setting the groundwork and spreading the word about the Creative Conference in September. We’ve been going to various events like the WebVision conference and other venues that serve as magnets for creative types.

If these are the kinds of places where you like to hang out, chances are you’ll see one of our postcards: 

 

cre8con postcard

cre8con postcard

 

 

When you see it, pick it up and turn it over for the rest of the story:

SAVE THE DATE

September 12, 2009

Looking Back, Leaping Forward

Newmark Theater

Full day admission $99

Get ready for another high-energy romp into the minds of some of our most original and imaginative thinkers. 

The past is not irrelevant just because we’re moving forward.  When advertising legends like confirmed speaker Dan Wieden swap insights with pioneering social media gurus, it sparks a fusion that closes the gap between old and new media.

The Portland Creative Conference brings extraordinarily talented people together to share personal insights into the creative process.  After ending a twelve-year run in 2001, the Conference successfully re-emerged last year.  And now, by popular demand, we’re going to do it again!

There are still plenty of opportunities to participate in producing this year’s conference. If you’re interested in volunteering in some capacity, whether recruiting additional speakers, encouraging sponsorships, or something you’re good at that we haven’t even thought of, speak up please!  Just  send an Email message to info at cre8con.com.

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About Sharon Rockey

Freelance writer, Ghostwriter. Formerly from the San Francisco Bay Area, I first came to Portland in 1998 to cover the Portland Creative Conference for a Bay Area new media publication. I became such an enthusiastic fan of the event, I came back every year and finally moved up permanently in 2001.

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