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Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference - May 19, 2009!

A quick reminder for the Beacon Economics 2009 Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference next Tuesday, May 19th, at the University of Redlands campus. Want to sign up? Click here.

Email us at for the special discount code you can use to save money on admission! MetroIntelligence Real Estate Advisors has written the real estate sections (residential and commercial) which appear in the 100+ page book that's given out to all conference attendees.

More about this conference:

2009 Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference

University of Redlands

1200 East Colton Avenue
Orton Center
Redlands, California

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Registration and Breakfast 8:00 AM
Program: 8:30-11:00 AM

Recession or Depression in 2009?
How bad is it really going to get?

On Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Beacon Economics joins with The University of Redlands to host their
third annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Event.

Featured Speakers

Christopher Thornberg
Founding Principal
Beacon Economics

Brad Kemp
Regional Studies
Beacon Economics

Stuart Dorsey
University of Redlands

Johannes Moenius
Associate Professor
University of Redlands

Inland Empire: Current and Emerging Issues Panel

Jim Brulte
California Strategies LLC

John Husing
Vice President
Economics and Politics Inc.

John Rossi
General Manager
Western Municipal Water District

Register now and receive:
  • Special recession pricing: $75
    • until May 15, after which: $100
  • 2009 Inland Empire Economic Forecast Book
  • 1 year of quarterly updates to the Inland Empire forecast
  • 1 year subscription to The Beacon, our new quarterly national and state forecast report

Get answers to 2009's burning questions...
  • Are fears of depression realistic or just hype?
  • Will the Federal stimulus plan help?
  • Will California be the first or last to emerge from the darkness?
  • Rocked by foreclosures, where is the Inland Empire housing market headed in 2009?
All conference attendees receive Beacon's new Inland Empire Economic Forecast Book - an unprecedented overview of the region's current economic conditions and analysis of what the near future holds.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

Looks like a great lineup!