We're packing our bags and heading down to the "Big Easy" for the 2017 ABA Bank Marketing Conference.
This year's flagship conference will unite top banking professionals and marketing leaders at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans for three days of networking events, award ceremonies, strategy sessions, and of course, some of the best food and music!
Don't forget to pack your dancing shoes! We'll be rocking out in true NOLA fashion Monday night as Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers take the stage during the networking event we'll be sponsoring. Dwayne, known as the Jimmy Hendrix of the accordion, and his band play a unique, high energy style of the French Creole-inspired genre, zydeco.
Be sure to visit our booth, and remember to bring the compass that you received in the mail along with you. Your compass is worth a minimum of $5, and could be worth up to $100! Visit Booth 301 to get your extra spending money for a night out on Bourbon Street, or wherever New Orleans takes you.
While you're collecting your cash, and to keep you in the spirit of N'awlins once you head home, we're raffling off some "spirits" of our own. Stop by to enter to win one of the great bottles pictured here and Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler (and just so Jim can understand, that's French for 'Let the Good Times Roll')!
Pannos Marketing is a full-service marketing firm that works with financial institutions to help them stay relevant and find new success with powerful brands, online and traditional advertising, and websites that sell. Our partnership with clients and deep expertise in banking has consistently delivered innovative solutions and measureable results.
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Dwayne Dopsie hails from one of the most influential Zydeco families in the world. Although inspired by tradition, he has developed his own high-energy style that defies existing stereotypes and blazes a refreshingly distinct path for 21st century Zydeco music. This singer/songwriter and accordionist has performed all over the world since debuting his band, Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers, at age 19.