Where Can You Find Return Path in 2017?

Posted by Karen Lewison 

Wondering where you can find Return Path this year when it comes to events? Look no further! We are proud to announce our line up for 2017. Come check us out at the following events to meet with one of our email experts. As we get closer to each event will be writing a blog to give you all the details on our involvement at each event. For more information, feel free to reach out to us at any time rpevents@returnpath.com.

M3AAWG 39th Meeting February 21-23, 2017
Future of Email – San Francisco March 7, 2017
ShopTalk March 19-22, 2017
Future of Email – Los Angeles Week of March 27th
EiQ by Brightwave March 30
Future of Email – Miami April TBD
Marketing Sherpa April 10-13, 2017
Email Evolution Conference May 1-3, 2017
Future of Email – NYC Week of May 15th
Future of Email – Washington D.C. Week of May 29th
Email Insider Summit May 31 – June 3
EMS Client Summit June 6-8
M3AAWG 40th Meeting June 13-15, 2017
Digital Summit Denver June 27 & 28, 2017
Digital Summit Kansas City July 26 & 27, 2017
Future of Email – Seattle Week of July 31st
Future of Email – Columbus Week of Aug 14th
Digital Summit Minneapolis August 14 & 15, 2017
Digital Summit Philadelphia August 23 & 24, 2017
Future of Email – Boston Week of Aug 28th
Digital Summit Detroit September 12 & 13, 2017
Shop.org September 25-27, 2017
M3AAWG 41st Meeting October 3-4, 2017

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About Karen Lewison

Karen is the Sr. Manager of Event Marketing for Return Path. Her current role is planning and executing the overall strategy for Return Path events including both internal and client facing. She has been involved in planning and executing the Return Path presence at industry events like MarketingSherpa, Email Evolution Conference, and Salesforce Connections focusing on high quality engagement, opportunities, and lead generation. She has worked as an event planner for over 15 years, on both the facility and customer side which brings invaluable expertise to her role at Return Path. Karen received a M.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Roosevelt University in Chicago and a B.S. in Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.

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