, Gloucester, MA


September 11, 2012

Author Mark Wayshak in interactive program at chamber business breakfast

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 8 a.m., Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce presents Marc Wayshak, author of “Game Plan Selling” and “Breaking All Barriers,” in an interactive program, at the Elks at Bass Rocks, 101 Atlantic Road, Gloucester.

Wayshak — the sales expert who created the Game Plan Selling System based on his experiences as an All-American athlete, Ivy League graduate, start-up entrepreneur and years of research, training and selling — engages his audience in a highly interactive forum, sharing proven success techniques. Learn how to separate yourself from the competition, use a simple system to close sales more quickly and with greater frequency, immediately connect with, qualify and close the best prospects.

The morning starts at 7:30 a.m. with check-in and networking, followed by the program at 8 a.m. For reservations email Robert Heidt at

$35 for members (advance), $40 for members (week/day of), $45 for future members. Fee includes a copy of the book “Game Plan Selling” and a continental breakfast.

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