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Time to vote for the 2010 NAPO-LA Organizing Awards

Vote For the Professional Organizer Training Institute by September 30th

From the Professional Organizer Training Institute™, Anne Blumer

It’s that time of year again--Time to vote for the 2010 NAPO-LA Organizing Awards. It's easy. Here's how:

Visit the NAPO LA Organizing Awards website
On the right side click on “Awards 2010 Nomination Form
Enter your password or create a password.
Find the category for Most Valuable Educational Resource.
Enter Professional Organizer Training Institute™ Information:

Nominee: Professional Organizer Training Institute™
Contact/Position: Anne Blumer
Address: 7220 SW Burlingame Avenue, Portland,OR 97219
Phone: 503.246.0710
Years in business: 6
Type of business/product/service: Service
Reason for nomination: Say what you wish!

Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to do this. I truly appreciate your vote and love training and educating Professional Organizers!!

The Professional Organizer Training Institute™ is the leading global provider of both business development and professional organizer client engagement training and education. We have trained and educated participants the world over with our highly successful and proven training and education program for Professional Organizer business owners.


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