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The Paper Source will hold its annual Symposium in Las Vegas this year and Internet Marketing expert Simon White of Local Blitz will be presenting.

March 20, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

LocalBlitz’s Simon White Will Speak at National Event

The Paper Source will hold its annual Symposium in Las Vegas this year and Internet Marketing expert Simon White of Local Blitz will be presenting.

Paper Source Note Symposium is an annual event by The Paper Source, the oldest authority on cash flow notes and investments. They also publish The Paper Source Journal. It was founded in 1987 by W.J. “Bill” Mencarrow and his wife Alison. Bill and Alison have been cash flow/note investors since 1981. The Paper Source Note Symposium will be held this year at the Tuscany Suites in Las Vegas on April 24 to April 26, 2014.

Simon White, an 18 + year Veteran of the High Tech World, has worked for Nokia Mobile Phones, Fujitsu Corporation, Hughes Network System, as well as several start -up companies as both an engineer and technical marketing manager. He started Local Blitz five years ago when he saw the need for local companies to generate business using all forms of social media. He brings his knowledge of Internet Marketing to The Paper Source Note Symposium for those interested in Advanced Social Media Marketing with an emphasis on Real Estate and Note Investments.

The annual Paper Source Symposium is a place for investors and brokers, both novice and pro, to gain, share, and learn new ideas of the cash flow note business. A cash flow note is also known as a promissory note, most common in real estate, trust deeds, and automobile purchases. Since they exist between a lender and borrower, they can exist for almost anything.

Simon White will be one of several speakers who will share his wisdom of Social Media as it relates to investors and brokers wanting to gain more exposure for their business.

For more information on the Paper Source Symposium call 1-800-542-2270 or at: papersourceonline.com, or to contact Simon White, 760-230-8687 or localblitz.com.

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Email: simon@localblitz.com
Phone: 7602308687
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