February 11, 2009 - You are invited!


Don't miss the day that will provide you with education, recognition, motivation and networking.  1000+ CENTURY 21 System members in the GTA are expected to attend this ONE DAY - TWO EVENTS.

Kick start your day with morning coffee at the Supplier Expo, followed by CENTURY 21 guest speaker, Roald Marth, and then, "Celebrate Gold" with fellow CENTURY 21 System members!  Celebrate Gold, formerly known as the Annual Awards Event, is a newly scheduled awards brunch that will recognize the successes of our 2008 annual award winners.  Celebrate Gold tickets are complementary but must be presented onsite for entrance.  To receive your Celebrate Gold electronic ticket via email, simply complete the registration process.  Come celebrate with us over brunch! 

The momentum continues throughout the afternoon with KICKOFF 2009, now in its tenth year!  This industry exclusive event, hosted in conjunction with the CENTURY 21 Brokers in Ontario, will feature our biggest Supplier Expo of the year, in addition to keynote speakers Chantal Petitclerc, noted Paralympian, and Richard Robbins, renowned real estate industry business coach.

Get the CENTURY 21 competitive edge and experience the CENTURY 21 advantage by joining fellow System and industry peers for a day of valuable learning and networking opportunities.





Richard Robbins



Richard Robbins is the founder of Richard Robbins International, a coaching organization dedicated to empowering sales professionals and leaders of all levels to take control of both their business and their life by learning, mastering and developing the right habits, skills and motivation.


Richard has been coaching real estate agents for more than a decade, and is passionate about helping you succeed - he built an incredibly successful real estate brokerage, and truly believes that there is no place like home.




Chantal Petitclerc



Chantal Petitclerc is a truly inspiring Canadian athlete - a parapalegic from the age of 13, Chantal has achieved incredible success in wheelchair racing, collecting a total of 16 medals at five Paralympic games.


She is the most decorated amateur athlete in Canadian history. With a passion for testing her limits, Chantal is a shining example of how determination, perseverance and discipline can help you overcome any obstacle.

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