Registration now open for 5th Annual “Thinking Outside the Box” seminar for non-profits

Reservations are now being taken for the fifth annual “Thinking Outside the Box” seminar for local non-profit organizations in Collier County. This year’s seminar will focus on image – in print and in person. Presentations on creative suggestions and information will be offered by area leaders and media experts.

The topic for this year’s seminar is: “Image – what are you projecting?” The free event will be held on Friday, August 15th from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Waypoint Community Church (formerly the Collier Athletic Club), located at 710 Goodlette-Frank Road in Naples.

Sue Huff, owner of E. Sue Huff and Associates, Inc. Marketing and Management Consulting, along with Kelly E. Capolino, local real estate professional with Keating Associates and Diamond Volunteer program founder, will again be organizing and presenting the seminar for non-profit staff and/or board members.

Helping to make the event possible this year are presenting sponsors: Allegra Naples, Guerilla Media, Scott Robertson Auctioneer along with supporting sponsors, Arnold Klinsky and Naples Harbour.

There will be eight speakers featured and all will be presenting topics that follow the theme on how image can make or break an organization’s brand.

Speakers scheduled for Thinking Outside the Box 2014 are: Sue Huff, owner of E. Sue Huff & Associates; Scott Robertson – Auctioneer; Matt Dykes, President of Guerilla Media; Paul Kessen, President of Allegra of Naples; Arnold Klinsky, retired NBC TV General Manager, Rochester, New York; Vonna Keomanyvong, Naples Daily News; Cindy Pierce, Managing Editor of Florida Weekly Naples; and Kelly E. Capolino P.A., Realtor and Founder of the Diamond Volunteer Programs.

The seminar is free, however space is limited. Check in will begin at 8:15 a.m. with coffee and continental breakfast included.

Reservations may be made by submitting the following: (1) Name of non-profit organization, (2) Name and title of those requesting a reservation, (3) Contact phone number and email address of each person to be registered.

Send complete reservation request information to — limit two attendees per organization.
This article was submitted by a Guest Author of the Above Board Chamber.