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October 18, 2012(San Diego) --  A six-part marketing seminar series directed at micro, small and mid-size business owners/managers.  The first class was a sell-out, prompting the opening of a second session on developing a marketing plan on October 25th.

"This is the time of year when business owners and managers should be reviewing the successes and challenges of the past year and putting together a marketing plan for 2013 so they can hit the ground running come January 2nd," says Rama Beerfas, Chief Solutions Specialist at Lev Promotions and seminar presenter.



Rama Beerfas, Lev Promotions' Chief Solutions Specialist and Seminar Presenter

The six classes in the series were developed based on input from small business owners and sales people looking for marketing assistance. Each class focuses on a specific aspect of marketing and will give attendees the tools they need to implement solutions to those challenges on their own or to better understand what is involved if they are seeking to outsource their needs.

"We adapted workshops and seminars that we normally present to businesses and groups so that we could offer them to San Diego's small business community at an affordable cost." Early bird registration is $79/class and  ($99 one week prior and at the door) with multiple class discounts available.

The seminar series, presented by Lev Promotions, will be held on the premises of National University Spectrum Center in the Kearny Mesa area. For more information on dates, classes and registration go to or call (619) 697-2045 or e-mail

Lev Promotions is a marketing solutions company that creates effective, targeted promotional programs; offers marketing consulting services and marketing presentations, seminars and workshops. For more information please call (619) 697-2045, e-mail, or visit

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