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Chamber Civic Awards Nominees and Banquet
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 • Posted February 20, 2013

The Mason County Chamber Civic Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday February 21st 2013 at the Mason High School Cafeteria at 6:00 pm. The Chamber proudly presents Craig Krause with Direct Development Training as our guest speaker. He will be teaching us how to “Master our Memory” the program is sure to be a great personal benefit as well as FUN FUN FUN!

Craig is a people person whose greatest pleasure is great conversation, with his kids, his friends, or the clients he meets in his training. To Craig, training and speaking just feel like getting to know people. He is a great believer in the possible, which is why helping people recognize in themselves the resources they have to succeed in their business and personal lives is so appealing to him. Craig is simultaneously philosophical and practical, infusing his presentations with equal doses of sincerity and humor, leaving his audiences with an insight into their own potential.

Corporations and organizations such as Dell, Wells Fargo, State Farm Insurance, Texas Women’s Council of Realtors, Blue Bell Creameries, Harley-Davidson, Keller Williams Realty, Texas A&M University, and the City of Georgetown, have all benefited from his unique and enthusiastic training style. Having instructed thousands of individuals and businesses, Direct Development Training continues to widen its vision on what can be accomplished.

Please support your local businesses, hard working citizens and fellow community members on this very special night!! The fabulous meal will be catered by Mason’s own “Willow Creek Cafe” Tickets are just $15.00 and are available at the Chamber office, Mason Bank and will be available at the door the night of the event. Please call with any questions 325-347-5758.

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