Thursday, October 26, 2006

Convention Canceled in New Orleans? Now There's a Solution

Convention Canceled in New Orleans? Now There's a Solution

Convention Canceled! New Orleans' Katrina forced a lot of organizations to trash their plans of running a convention in New Orleans. Now a company from Boston offers a solution. Introducing Virtual Online Conventions.

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) October 4, 2005

Real Estate CyberSpace Society, of Boston MA, announced today its plans to offer Virtual Online Convention services to any organization displaced by the disasater in New Orleans with all profits to be given to the American Red Cross.

John M. Peckham III, Executive Director of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society, explains: "As we prayed for all of the families affected by this terrible disaster - Katrina, we realized that the plans of tens of thousands across the country were also thrown into turmoil the moment it became clear that the convention and hotel facilities booked for Convention events would not be available for an extended time", Peckham said. He observed that "Conventions are historically booked years in advance and moving a scheduled event to another city is a Herculean task that could be close to impossible for conventions scheduled to be held in the near future."

The Real Estate CyberSpace Society has been producing online conventions for over four years using a patent pending system. The process has been used to produce events for a wide ranging group of organizations including the St, Louis Association of Realtors, the Geospatial Information & Technology Association, the National Real Estate On-Line Convention and Exposition http://www. recyber. com/preconvention/ (http://www. recyber. com/preconvention/) and is currently under license to produce the on-line convention for a major national trade association in April.

On-line conventions can be put into place in a very short time span, often as little as three weeks. This presents displaced organizations with the opportunity to bring their attendees a full featured event without the need to travel, saving travel and hotel expense while bringing together attendees in a meaningful networking atmosphere.

Any displaced organization suffering from a canceled convention can obtain information regarding the online convention alternative by contacting On-Line Convention Director, Angela Portosa at Convention@REcyber. com or at 508-481-1905.

Media Contact:

John M. Peckham III

Executive Director

Real Estate Cyberspace Society

Four Longfellow Place, Suite 2003

Boston. MA 02114

Phone: 617-523-4441

Fax: 617-523-4736

E Mail : newscenter@earthlink. net

Web: www. recyber. com



The Guild does it again! A brand new set of stories and art from some of today's up and coming comic book creators.

(PRWEB) November 4, 2003

For Information,

Please Contact:

Keith Murphey, CAG President, 860-301-2126


A brand new set of stories and art from some of today's up and coming comic book creators.

Contents to include: Rusty Haller’s “DECKERS ACES” Carlos Osorio’s “MARINA”, and Philip Clark’s “QUANTUM: ROCK OF AGES”, and much, much, more!

NYC,(Oct. 10th, 2003)- Spies and assassins with bad dialogue, time travelers in medieval times, a beautiful girl who is genetically linked to a Dolphin, and a warrior dog who thinks he is a mole, original comic book stories have never been this diverse.

With the newest Anthology, CAG has created one of the most unique collaborations of the new millennium. This book includes characters and stories that come from all walks of lives and genres. This is comic book networking that will leave a lasting impression upon its readers.

CAG (Comic Book Artist's Guild) is an organization designed to bring talented comic book artists together - be they writers, colorists, inkers, pencilers or all of the above - to collaborate on a project of their choice. CAG is also a great place to meet with other comic lovers to learn new tricks or techniques, or teach a few of your own! CAG is for anyone who loves comics and has the passion to create in any aspect of the field.

C. A.G. was founded in January of 2000. The group is primarily a network of working artists and writers of the Comic book genre. The group produces an annual that everyone's artwork goes into. The group has a web site which members may post artwork and writing on.

The cover is digitally created by new discovery Robert King. His brilliant use of shapes and colors make each CAG book stand out from the rest of the comic books on the stands.

CAG ANTHOLOGY #3 will be published by CAG in December 2003 and is a 48-page black and white comic book w/ computer generated cover by Robert King, retails for $2.95)

For Information,

Please Contact:

Keith Murphey, CAG President, 860-301-2126


Advanced orders can be reserved directly at: www. comicartguild. com

For additional information, please contact:

Keith Murphey

Spitfire@portone. com

Comic artists Guild

133 Sillimanville Rd.

Moodus, CT. 06469

Www. comicartguild. com