Carson Kressley, Others to Speak at ART Conference
March 2, 2016,
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Carson Kressley, the Emmy-winning television star and celebrity stylist, will keynote this year’s ART Conference in New Orleans May 18-22, along with a number of other notable speakers. This year’s program has been enhanced to incorporate more concurrent sessions, and will include “Bling the Block” a community project with Jericho Road.
Kressley will address his experiences in design from his television appearances as well as his private practice. Other speakers will include: Kevin Daum, columnist and author of “Roar! Get Heard In The Sales and Marketing Jungle;” Shelia Butler, consultant, who will present “Streamline Your Business for more Profits;” Lloyd Princeton of Design Management Company, who will give the talk, “Selling Clients What They Need, Not What They Ask For;” Andrea Sinkin and Jaye Anna Mize, Fashionsnoops, who will cover trends from both the fashion and home industries; G. Kent Mangelson of American Society For Asset Protection (ASAP) who will present, “How Manufacturers Become Invincible to Lawsuits and Save Thousands of Dollars;” and Lyndy Phillips, an inspirational humorist and speaker, who will wrap the education portion of conference and entertain attendees at the final dinner. ART’s website has links to video previews from Daum, Butler, Princeton and Mangelson; click here to go to the page and then click on speakers’ headshots to be taken to their YouTube videos.
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