Portada Subs Save US $150 to Attend #Portada17!

Good news! Portada E-letter subscribers can benefit from a US $150 dollar discount to attend #Portada17: The Sports Marketing Forum on Sept. 13 PLUS the 11th Annual Multicultural Marketing and Media Conference on Sept. 14. at the price of US$ 449 instead of US $599 for two days with unique content and path-breaking networking opportunities! If you want to attend the Sports Forum only, please check the second option below!

If you want to attend BOTH the Sports Forum and 11th Annual Multicultural Marketing Conference, follow these 6 Easy Steps to save US $150 on your Registration!

1. Please go to https://www.portada-online.com/events/hispanic-conference/#Register
2. Choose “Combo” Option and type in the quantity of tickets you want.
3.  Fill out your personal information
4.
Submit promotion code:  PORTADA17SUBS
5. Provide Payment Information
6. Click on “Complete My Registration”

If you want to attend the Sports Forum ONLY, Follow these 6 Easy Steps to Save US $ 50 on your Registration!

1. Please go to https://www.portada-online.com/events/sports-forum/#Register
2. Choose “Sports Forum” Option and type in the quantity of tickets you want.
3. Fill out your personal information
4.
Submit promotion code: PORTADA17LALIGA
5. Provide Payment Information
6. Click on “Complete My Registration”

 


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