[DRTV Quick Hits] LeanSpa, iWorks & Daniel Chapter One

by Bill McClellan on Jun 12, 2015 3:00:00 AM Advocacy

Nija_BoyIt’s summer in Washington, D.C.! Looking outside my window, the weather is nearly perfect and the city is filled with visitors from all around the world. It’s truly amazing the number of people who skip the beach on their vacations to visit the White House, Smithsonian, and the other world class DC attractions.

On the way back to the office from lunch today I have to confess I got a little jealous of all the fun everyone was having. It’s OK though—my vacation is coming up soon and I am really looking forward to it.

Back in the office it dawned on me that others in DRTV might be stuck in the office as well, while friends, co-workers, and family vacation. I immediately realized a special blog post was in order.

While I cannot teach you baby ninja skills, I might have more important information that can really make a difference for you and your business. 

Recently, we had a special guest presenter on our Government Affairs call. Len Gordon joined us with his most important quick hits. Recent governement actions that you need to know about.

In the recording below you can hear the latest on:



Daniel Chapter One 


This webinar is another in our popular series, bringing government compliance issues to you from the best and brightest minds in the industry. Other recent recordings include:

Operation Full Disclosure: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

[Takedown] How DRTV Can Combat Counterfeiting on Asian E-Retail Sites

Components of Self-Reg. [What Direct Response Marketers Need to Know]

"I Don't Speak For The FTC" - DRTV Listener Advisory


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