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Retail consultant to present keynote speech at Pondemonium 2011

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John Stanley will focus on economic and consumer lifestyle trends in the water gardening industry.

| July 1, 2011

Retail consultant and certified speaking professional, John Stanley is slated to present his keynote speech at Pondemonium 2011, Aquascape’s trade water gardening event. Stanley, an industry consultant and author for over two decades, delivers “Water: Make it Your Future to Have a Future.”

Stanley’s keynote speech focuses on economic and consumer lifestyle trends in the water gardening industry and how to successfully leverage current market challenges to boost business. Stanley also hosts a workshop at this year’s Pondemonium, teaching retailers and contractors the dynamics of a successful sales strategy. An international expert on retailing, John Stanley brings his worldview on developing a consumer-enhanced experience, including merchandise displays, events, packaging, and more.

This year’s Pondemonium is held at Aqualand, Aquascape’s corporate headquarters in St. Charles, Ill., from Aug. 18-21. A variety of workshops, hands-on training sessions, and networking events are available for attendees.
 
For more information or to register for Pondemonium 2011, log on to www.pondemonium.com. To learn more about Aquascape products and programs, visit www.aquascapeinc.com or call 866-877-6637 (US) or 866-766-3426 (CAN).

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