Continue your personal, professional journey at Parker Seminars Toronto 2012
July 26, 2012 — Parker Seminars is once again traveling to Canada — to the beautiful and unique city of Toronto.
The 2012 event will be held Sept. 20-22 at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Toronto Airport. This will be the first time Parker Seminars has been held in Toronto since the early 2000s. In 2008 the first Parker Seminars Montreal was held and was greatly received by Canadians and North East U.S. DCs.
Parker returned to Montreal in 2010, then traveled to Vancouver in 2011. Due to popularity of the Canadian seminars as well as the welcoming spirit of the host cities, Parker Seminars has made a commitment to host one seminar in Canada yearly and rotate between Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto.
Like all Parker Seminars, the 2012 Toronto event will feature high quality speakers and content.
Learn from speakers such as Les Hewitt and Drs. Mike Reid, James Chestnut, Michelle Prince, Gilles Lamarche, and more as they guide you through an exciting expedition that broadens your scope of success and bridges the gap to your personal growth. Your journey encompasses spectacular presentations, information on the latest chiropractic products and services, and enlivening social events.
You can earn up to 17 hours of continuing education (CE) credits at the Toronto Parker Seminar pending your state board’s approval. There are even classes tailored specifically to CAs. Get started on your path to becoming a better
While you’re in town, take some time to explore Toronto. The Toronto entertainment district is home to world-class theaters and performing arts centers, boasts five major-league sports teams at their home venues, and an array of cultural and family attractions.
Sports fans can also visit The Air Canada Centre, home to the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and Toronto Rock — or Rogers Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, and the Toronto Argonauts football club. Both venues offer stellar entertainment and an exciting roster of big-name concerts and sporting events.
If the nightlife is more your scene, head over to the Annex district. When evening falls, the Annex turns into one of the busiest, hippest areas of town, with people flocking from all over the city to the many restaurants, bars and patios offering food and drink from all around the world — with a pulsating soundtrack provided by the many venues offering live music. It is a great example of Toronto’s diversity at its very best.
Registering for Parker Seminars Toronto 2012 is easy! Register online (and receive $10 off your registration), drop a registration form in the mail, fax us, or give us a call at 888-727-5338.
Purchase three consecutive North American Parker Seminars and receive an event greater discount. Additionally, if you register by August 19 you will take advantage of our early bird savings.
Source: Parker University, parker.edu