Your early inVest48 registration could win you a Solo Stove, Bartesian, or Nespresso machine

Published by: kevin.miller

March 10, 2021 | Education & Training

InVest48 will be here before you know it, and the League is looking forward to connecting with you for 48 hours of education, inspiration, and networking.

Registering early could pay off big, thanks to our registration sponsor, Electronic Merchant Systems.  

  • All attendees who are registered by March 23 will be entered for a chance to win a Solo Stove Bonfire Ultimate Bundle, which includes Solo Stove’s wildly popular smokeless fire pit and all the accessories you need to get started.
  • All attendees who are registered by April 6 will be entered for a chance to win the Bartesian Home Cocktail Machine, your new favorite kitchen gadget that creates perfectly mixed drinks in seconds. You will also receive 36 classic cocktail capsules.
  • All attendees who are registered by April 20 will be entered for a chance to win a Nespresso CitiZ espresso machine with an included Aeroccino milk frother and 50 espresso capsules. You will have everything you need to craft elegant and delicious espresso drinks.

Already registered? You can earn up to two extra entries by posting to Twitter, LinkedIn (or both!), and telling us why you are attending inVest48. Be sure to include the registration link (invest48.com) and use the hashtag #invest48earlybird so we can find you!

For more event details and registration, visit www.invest48.com. Contact Program and Events Manager Lianne Simeone with any convention questions.

You must be 18 years of age or older as of the date of entry to enter. No purchase or contribution necessary to enter. Offer void where prohibited. You can find the full sweepstakes rules here.

CONTACT US

E: lsimeone@ohiocul.org
T: (614) 923-9707

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