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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Professional Exchange Jan 14 event

The location is the Karsten Golf Clubhouse at ASU. It's just a tick east of Scottsdale (Rural) Road and south of the river. Here's the link http://www.asukarsten.com/location/

The host of the Jan 14 Private Files Exposed event is the Professional Exchange Club of Tempe. The website for the national group is

This is an international service club in the tradition of Kiwanis, Rotary and others. The Tempe chapter is bound to have some of the most interesting people in Tempe--you know Tempe, artsy, forward thinking, the valley's technocenter Tempe? Yeah, that Tempe.

It's a wonderful opportunity to meet some new friends and business contacts.

Scottsdale Detective Pete Salazar, whose role is featured prominently in A Sudden Shot, was given an award by the Scottsdale Chapter a few weeks ago. Click on the FaceBook page to see some photos of that event.

As I understand it, the Professional Exchange clubs have a particular interest in law enforcement, making the Private Files Exposed event a natural for them. If there's one thing we've got in A Sudden Shot, it's a good look at law enforcement and some real standout officers.
TO RSVP: edwinharvey at earthlink.net The restaurant appreciate headcounts, 15 dollar flat fee limited menu. Otherwise, event is FREE.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Another "Private Files Exposed" Event!

A few slots are available for the next Private Files Exposed event, which will be lunch Thursday January 14 in Tempe. I'll be showing the photos that couldn't go in the book...and diving into my private files for stories that have to be--shhh!-- told in person.

This presentation always gets a lot of oohs and ahs and gasps.

The Tempe Professional Exchange Club is the host. They will need your RSVP if you'd like to come because space is limited. They've got a flat fee fifteen dollar menu--ALL OF THAT GOES TO THE RESTAURANT! None of it goes to me! You do not need to have read the book to enjoy this event.

Books will be available there, if you want a signed copy, (hey! they only cost half as much as the food does!) but lunchers are under no obligation or pressure to buy. The books are available as a courtesy only--the presentation is entertaining all on its own.

If you want to hang with the cool kids, Thurs Jan 14 is your chance. You might make some nice new friends!

Contact Ed at edwinharvey at earthlink.net if you're interested in attending. He's the guy who's going to have save you some chow. Or you can always drop me a line at asuddenshot at gmail.com and I will pass it on to him.