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For Meeting Planners

Selecting The Right Speaker

Selecting a speaker for your group or conference is a big responsibility. You need a speaker with expertise, one who will deliver the right message, who is easy to work with and who will not break your budget Sheryl Bindelglass is that speaker.

Sheryl will make your meeting a huge success by custom-crafting her presentation to meet the unique needs of your group. Sheryl’s sessions are informative, energizing, fun and interactive. Sheryl delivers programs that your audience will remember.

Sheryl has presented keynote speeches, workshops and interactive group discussions for corporations, trade associations and small businesses throughout North America. She specializes in marketing, motivation and merchandising for all types of industries.

Booking Sheryl For Your Next Meeting, Convention or Conference

  • Select the date and time you would like a presentation.
  • Contact Sheryl to select the best program topic for your group. Sheryl will work with you to customize the topics so that it best meets your organization’s needs.
  • Contract with Sheryl and don’t worry about a thing. She will meet your deadlines and provide you with all the materials that you will need for a first class session. All you have to do is to sit back and wait for the rave reviews!

Past Presentations

  • Programs + Promotions = Profits, Fun Expo 2008
  • You’re hired …Now what? Fun Expo 2008
  • 10 Things you Always wanted to know, Fun Expo 2008
  • The Detail of Retail, Fun Expo, 2008
  • Creative “weekday” profit centers, Fun Expo 2008
  • Incredible Pizza: National Event Sales Manager-Keynote: Heating up your Marketing, 2008
  • Incredible Pizza: Key Ingredients for Incredible Group Sales, 2008
  • Incredible Pizza: Marketing Moments, 2008
  • Incredible Pizza: Cold Calls, Hot Results, 2008
  • PGA Golf Shop: Merchandising & Design Center, 2008
  • Making Par with your Excess Inventory, PGA of America, 2008
  • 10 Great Tips to Increase Your Shop Profits, PGA of America, 2008
  • Promoting and Marketing for Under $100, PGA of America, 2008
  • Best of the Best: How do you Measure Up? PGA of America, 2008
  • Solution Summit, Golf Range Association, 2008
  • Profitable Promotions for your Shop, Association of Golf Merchandisers, 2008
  • PRO3 Programs, Promotions to Pump up Profits, Ontario PGA 2007
  • Big Ideas, Little Budgets, Ontario PGA 2007
  • Digging for Gold, International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, 2007
  • Let’s Talk Turkey – The 10 Best Practices for FEC’s, Fun Expo, 2007
  • Big Ideas, Small Budgets, Fun Expo 2007
  • Market Research, Gut Feeling vs Reality, Fun Expo 2007
  • BOB, The Best of the Best for Family Entertainment Facilities, Fun Expo 2007
  • 007 A License to Sell, Ontario PGA 2007
  • Pro3= Programs, Promotions to Pump up Profits, Ontario PGA, 2007
  • The Detail of Retail, CMAA International, 2007
  • The Best of the Best: How Your Club Can Measure Up to the Best Shops, CMAA World Conference, 2007
  • 007 A license to fill your down time, Keynote GRAA, 2007
  • The Tools & Techniques Your Shop Must Have, St. Andrews, BMI Conference, 2006
  • Get Out from Behind The Counter (Selling Strategies), Congressional, AGM Event 2006
  • Big Ideas, Little Budgets, NGCOA, Calgary Conference, 2006
  • Programs & Promotions, AGM, Marco Island, 2006
  • Deal or No Deal, Fun Expo 2006
  • Best Practices in the Industry, Keynote: Golf Range Association Conference, 2006
  • Groups, Groups and More Groups, Golf Range Association Conference 2006
  • Attracting Multi-Cultural Golfers, (Round Table) PGA Show, 2006
  • Big Ideas, Little Budgets, PGA Show 2006
  • Promoting & Marketing Your Facility: 100 ideas under $100, PGA Show, 2006
  • 10 Best Practices to Make Your Shop Easier to Run & More Profitable, PGA Show, 2006
  • 10 Great Tips to Increase Profits in your Shop, PGA Show, 2006
  • Merchandising (Best Practices), PGA Show, 2006
  • Maximizing Your Profit Potential at Your Range, Golf Industry Show, 2005
  • Big Ideas for your Short Course – Golf Industry Show, 2005
  • Best Practices in Marketing and Operations: Top 10 over 10– Golf Range Association, 2005
  • The Proper Equipment for your Range – PGA Show, 2005
  • Adding Alternative Profit Centers to your Golf Complex PGA, 2005

Partial Client List

  • PGA America
  • PGA Ontario
  • Golf Range Association of America
  • BMI International
  • National Golf Course Owners Association of Canada
  • Golf Industry Show
  • Association of Golf Merchandisers (Congressional, Stow Acres, Marco Island)
  • Fun Expo
  • Reed Exhibition
  • Club Managers Association of America
  • Chambers
  • America’s Incredible Pizza Company
  • Intn Assoc of Amusement Parks & Attractions

Praise for Sheryl's Sessions

"Extremely helpful ideas, in an entertaining and informative format, I would recommend this seminar to all PGA Professionals and merchandise personnel." Glenn Kelly, Woody Hole Golf Course, MA

"Anyone in the retail business should have this course." Bill Wallace, Westwood CC, VA

"Excellent, fresh ideas - so many that this session was worth my annual membership." AGM member, MD

"Sheryl’s session was informative and FUN!" Chris Corey, President, U.S. Print

"Sheryl was incredibly knowledgeable, effective, and interesting. It was great!" Jeanine Lang, Director of Marketing, Ruotolo, Spewak & Co.

"Sheryl was very thorough & insightful." Michael Tomlinson, New Business Development Mgr. Amadeus North America

"Sheryl was very positive and upbeat. She kept the audience involved." Katrina Pagan-Colon, Personnel Secretary, Burlington Co. Institute of Technology

"Sheryl has amazing energy, passion and enthusiasm." Janet Bartelme, PrePaid Legal

What Attendees Learned from Sheryl's Sessions

“Ideas for promoting an event for under $100” Bob Munkacsy, Media Buyer, Marathon Group

“Information on marketing and public relations” Rebecca Ingram, Marketing Coordinator, Taylor, Weisman & Taylor

“How to create the right promotional mix. And, I loved the concept: ‘The Front Line is the Bottom Line’” Louise Aleszczyk, Branch Manager, Susquehana Bank

“Ideas I could take with me and lots of easy things I could do to generate sales” Andrea Torre Brown, owner, The Torre Studios