Carr to Present Seminar at the 2008 National Performing Arts Convention

New York, NY — Patron Technology today announced that its president, Eugene Carr, will speak at the upcoming 2008 National Performing Arts Convention to be held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO.

Carr is scheduled to present two sessions: Cutting the Confusion: The Web Marketing Trends & Techniques That Really Matter on Thursday, June 12, 2007 at 2:45pm, and Are you an E-blaster or E-mail Marketer? Proven Techniques & Top Tips for Opera E-Marketing Success on Friday, June 13th at 4:45pm. Both sessions will cover proven techniques for e-mail marketing, as well as case studies.

The 2008 National Performing Arts Convention (NPAC) will bring together nearly 5,000 people, with a diverse range of interests in the non-profit performing arts, to shape the direction of the industry over the next decade. Never before have 30 national performing arts service organizations come together from all fields, such as dance, music, opera, and theatre, to tackle their shared challenges and learn which industry-wide solutions work best. Attendance will be open to anyone, including: actors, agents, arts administrators, businesses, composers, conductors, critics, dancers, directors, educators, fundraisers, marketers, musicians, producers, singers, trustees, and volunteers.


About Patron Technology:

Patron Technology, Inc., an online marketing software and consulting company, serves the arts and not-for-profit industries with cutting-edge technology and e-marketing expertise. The company strives to revolutionize arts marketing by enabling organizations to maximize the potential of marketing and communications on the Internet. The company’s main product, PatronMail, is a Web-based e-mail marketing system used by over 1400 institutions in 49 states and nine foreign countries.

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