10 Things Direct Response Marketers Should Know About Great Ideas 2015

by Bill McClellan on Jan 23, 2015 3:00:00 AM Great Ideas Summit

ERA GIS 2014 Networking PictureIt’s that time again. The Great Ideas Summit 2015 kicks off soon in the heart of South Beach. ERA's room block is gone at the Loews Hotel. That’s a great sign that the deals will flow and the networking will be stellar.  

Rumor has it that there are a lot of first time direct response marketers attending. So I thought I should pull together some tips everyone should know about Miami and this year's show.

Here is the top 10 countdown:

10. Miami is Beautiful


Photo Credit: Flickr - Igotphotos 

9. We are staying at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel


Photo Credit: Flickr - John M 

8. It beats being stuck in the snow


Photo Credit: Flickr -  Samir Luther 

7. The networking never stops


6. Everyone in DR is super friendly (be sure to say hello)


5. People like the Art Deco style of South Beach


Photo Credit: Flickr - Nathan Forget 

4. The food is incredible


Photo Credit:  Barton G the Restaurant

3. There is a nice beach behind these guys


2. You won't be alone if you have trouble sleeping


Photo Credit: Wikipedia 

1. The most Important thing to remember?



You Can't Miss This 

Masters Series Session

10:45 am
Wednesday, January 28th
Think Tank, Americana Ballroom
With our Allstar Crew:


Jennifer De Marco – General Counsel, Allstar Products Group



Katherine Kiziah – Assistant Attorney General State of Florida / South Florida Bureau Chief


Peter C. Marinello – Director, Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program



Amy Mudge – Partner, Venable LLP



 Marc Roth – Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP


We look forward to seeing you there. 

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