CMMA to Hold Fall Employee Engagement Conference

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Engaged employees are more committed, more motivated, and more successful, says CMMA (Communications Media Management Association). If you would like to discover ways to get your staff more engaged, plan on attending the 2010 CMMA Annual Fall Conference The Rules of Engagement, October 2 – 5 in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Network with fellow members, partners, and industry experts as you explore ways to develop your team into one that is fully engaged. 

When: October 2-5, 2010
Where: Hilton Clearwater Beach Hotel, 400 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater Beach, FL 33767
Hotel Reservations: CMMA has negotiated a special rate of $140/night. The block closes September 3.

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