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ddickson
09-26-2008, 08:24 PM
Texas School Is Moving
To UT Arlington for 2009
by Don Dickson

The rumor is true…….

The world famous, most exciting school in the country, will be moving in 2009

The Texas School of Professional Photography will be moving to a new
Campus May 3rd-8th 2009. Due to the remolding of the MSC and
scheduling conflicts at Texas A&M, the 2009 Texas School will be held at
The University of Texas at Arlington.

Registration will be at 11:00 pm on January 3, 2009.

Mark your calendars now; many of the classes will fill that night. Due to high demand, we are going to expand our instructors to 36 classes. There will be a class for every level. Look for a complete listing of instructors on the web site texasschool.org

The new move will have several benefits. First of all, there will be
free parking, free buses, and free food. In addition, all classes will
be on campus and close to each other without having to have classrooms
Scattered throughout the town. The campus is beautiful and the learning experience will be fantastic.

The headquarter hotel will be the Sheraton next to the convention center. There will always be great social events at the school, the theme party will be held at the Sheraton. We are using several other hotels in the area, so everyone will be able to find a room at a great rate and close to each other.

The campus is only 10 minutes from DWF Airport and promises to be a
welcome change for our ever-expanding school. So, be looking for more
Information in the days to come.

The Photography industry is changing. You have to be on top of your game. Texas school will offer everyone the best education in the country and at the most affordable prices.

Mark_Katz
09-26-2008, 08:39 PM
Looking forward to it, but looking more forward to what you personally have in plan, ie: shaving your head again.

George_Hawkins
09-26-2008, 11:41 PM
Visit www.neipp.com another PPA Affiliate School.

On Cape Cod, Massachusetts March 29 - April 3.

Sorry to hijack, Don.