CMA Annual Meeting is Wednesday April 18, 2007


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On April 18, 2007 join CMA for our Annual Meeting where we honor our outgoing Board of Directors, and celebrate the incoming Board of Directors.

Special Educational Session
In recognition of our members, CMA is offering a Special Educational Session before the Annual Meeting; Celebration, Credit and Sales in Perfect Harmony. The session is included in the cost of CMA’s Annual Meeting.

Celebration: Credit and Sales in Perfect Harmony
Speaker: Eddy A. Sumar, MBA, CCE, CICE

How would you like to change the image of the credit department at your company? In Eddy’s presentation he will show you the simple steps you can take to bring Credit and Sales into perfect harmony and change the internal perception of credit at your company.

Turn the Credit Department into the solutions center with Eddy’s cutting edge approaches. This educational session could change your work life.

Awards and Recognition
The Credit Executive of the Year Award will be presented by last year’s winner Eddy Sumar, CCE. Educational certificates and recognition will be given for CBA, CBF, and CCE Designees.

Annual Meeting Agenda
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Montebello Country Club
Quiet Cannon Restaurant Montebello, CA
(off the Pomona Fwy at Garfield)

8:45 am – Continental Breakfast
9:15 am – Industry Group Meetings
10:00 am – Special Educational Session
11:30 am – Cocktails, No-host bar
12:00 Noon – Luncheon & Annual Meeting Comedy Keynote Speaker Frank King

Annual Meeting Luncheon $55 per person

Get Up Off Your Aspirations! – Comedy Keynote Speaker

Forget the “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, no offense but let’s get to the meat and potatoes of life. Frank King has learned life’s lessons the hard way and he will share them with you in this comedy keynote. Sit back, relax and let Frank take you on a trip down “Where the heck am I going” Lane.

A little diddy about Frank: He was a quarter-finalist on Star Search and he lost to a puppet. He’s also appeared on An Evening at the Improv, Showtime’s Comedy Club Network, and CNN’s Business Unusual. He’s opened up for, among others, Jeff Foxworthy, Adam Sandler, Pauli Shore (but if you tell anyone I’ll kill you), Dana Carvey, Kevin Pollock, Jerry Seinfeld, The Beach Boys (or at least, what’s left of ’em), Neil Sedaka (world’s worst toupee), Mary Wilson, and The Fifth Dimension. In addition to telling jokes, he’s been busy, selling jokes. He’s written for Jay Leno, Joan Rivers, and Dennis Miller.

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