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Click away in the Bahamas! A retreat for women in photography - PPA Today

Click away in the Bahamas! A retreat for women in photography

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Imagine that you feel the sand squish between your toes with the sun warm on your face and the gentle lap of water playing melodies in your ears. A dream vacation? No, it’s a dream education! Professional Photographers of America’s (PPA) Chicks Who Click™, a retreat for women in photography, flies to the Bahamas for educational programs and fun June 25-27, 2007.

Chicks Who Click™ promises no-holds-barred conversations about women’s role in the photography industry, combined with laughter, lessons, and memories. “The truth is women approach business very differently from men, and Chicks has provided an invaluable resource for networking, learning, sharing, support, and friendship,” says Ann Monteith, former PPA Chairwoman and Chicks Who Click™ speaker. With topics on niche marketing, boutique studios, digital art, and understanding your strengths and weaknesses, the wealth of wisdom keeps coming from experts such as Ann Monteith and Helen Yancy.

Chicks Who Clickâ„¢ strengthens the camaraderie among the ever-growing number of women in the professional photography field. Plenty of fun activities have been planned to foster relationships, and it all happens at the Our Lucaya Resort in the heart of Grand Bahama Island.

Photographer, PPA Board member, and attendee of Chicks Who Click every year since its inception, Sandy Puc’ notes, “The spirit and camaraderie that is found at this luxurious event goes beyond expectations…it ignites your creative fire.”

For complete details and to register, visit http://events.ppa.com or call 800-786-6277. Register by June 11 for a $50 discount!



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