With just a week to go, the rush is on to register for MREDpalooza, the real estate tech and training expo event of the year, taking place on June 18th in Rosemont, Illinois. Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED), Chicagoland’s multiple listing service (MLS) and the force behind MREDpalooza, sees the event gaining tremendous momentum as the event draws near.
“We’ve designed a day that maximizes opportunities. The exhibitors will be able to cement existing relationships and create new ones. Our attendees will have the chance to take their businesses to another level,” said MRED CEO Russ Bergeron. “Our mission with MREDpalooza is to create an event where everyone comes out a winner. I think we’ve done just that.”
“I’ve been focused on making this an event that everyone will appreciate in their own way.” said Gayle Ludemann, Executive Assistant to MRED CEO Russ Bergeron and primary Conference Coordinator. “My goal is to have both sponsors and attendees walk away from the event thinking that their time spent at MREDpalooza will have helped them be more successful in their own business.”
“With the lineup of exhibitors, product training/demo options, as well as the sheer size and nature of this event, we expected to have major interest and participation in MREDpalooza,” said MRED CEO Russ Bergeron. “But the response has been tremendous. We are so excited that we are already making mental notes for the next MREDpalooza.”
With class content ranging from online marketing tools, to social networking, to mobile applications and more, those professionals interested in putting more tools in their real estate utility belt will have the ultimate opportunity to do so. With drawings for over $10,000 in cash and prizes capping off the day, MREDpalooza will be the perfect day to join with your peers, visit with the creators of real estate products and services, and to get more in depth insight into how they work. The rush is expected to last all the way until the doors open at 8:30 AM on Tuesday the 18th at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.
“Our customers are very busy during this long overdue hot real estate market,” added Bergeron. “We’re not going to ask for any of their valuable time unless we are prepared not only to meet, but to exceed their expectations. We hope all of our customers will make time to attend – it will be worth it.”