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Chester PPN, August meeting notification

28th July, 2014

CLAIM YOUR COMPLIMENTARY TICKET NOW
Tuesday 5 August
Abode Hotel

As founder members of Chester’s Progressive Property Network (PPN) we are delighted to be able to offer a number of complimentary tickets (normally £20) for the next meeting being held on Tuesday 5th August at the Abode Hotel. But you’ll need to act now.

In addition, as an added bonus, these complimentary tickets will admit two, so if you want to bring a partner or a friend you can – as long as you let us know beforehand.

Chester PPN meetings are for anyone who invests in property, or is interested in getting to know more about how to invest in property. And you’ll soon learn from Progressive Property different ways of investing in property, even if you don’t have any money.

The August meeting is being held in the Tattersall Suite of the Abode Hotel, 0verlooking Chester’s famous Racecourse and starts at 6:45pm. Free car parking is available in the Abode’s underground car park. There’s also a bar, if you want to have a drink before or after the meeting.

To claim one of the complementarily tickets please email [email protected]. But you’ll need to be quick as there’s only a limited number of complementarily tickets. In any event you’ll need to apply before the 31st July, after which time tickets can only be bought online for £20.
For further details of the meeting and this months speaker are available on the Chester PPN website 

We very much hope you can join us. If however you have any queries please don’t hesitate to email us, or call David Smith on 01244 630401. David is the host of Chester PPN and will be leased to answer any questions you may have.

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