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NAPO-WI Fare - Free forum open to people interested in organizing services or becoming an organizer.

May 8, 2013 - 09:00 to 13:00
Ottawa University, 245 South Executive Drive, Brookfield, WI 53045
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The Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO-WI) is excited to announce its upcoming NAPO-WI Fare on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. The Fare is free of charge to participants and it will take place on the Ottawa University campus at 245 South Executive Drive, Brookfield (one street west of Brookfield Square Mall).
NAPO is known as “The Organizing Authority”, and the mission of our Wisconsin chapter is “to provide opportunities for Wisconsin professional organizers and industry partners to grow professionally through networking, education, and public awareness.”
The NAPO-WI Fare is an opportunity for individuals and business owners to meet face-to-face with professional organizers and learn about the services they offer. Also, it allows our associate members a forum to showcase their services, which include document storage and destruction, mobile storage options, and garage and cabinet organizing solutions. Additionally, individuals who are interested in becoming professional organizers will have the opportunity to meet with experienced organizers and NAPO Wisconsin members to learn about the field of professional organizing and the benefits of NAPO-WI membership.
All area professional organizers and those who provide products and services to the organizing industry are invited to promote their services at this event free of charge. NAPO membership is not required. Please contact Terrie Domoe at terrieblyorganized@yahoo.com to register your business for this event. In addition, the chapter will host an “Ask the Organizer” panel, present an abbreviated version of its New Organizer Road Show, present organizing videos from NAPO National Conference, and televise video from chapter members' TV appearances. Also, mini sessions (15 – 20 minutes) on various organizing topics will be offered.
For complete details and a list of videos and class topics, please visit www.napo-wi.com.