Subject: LIMITED ENGAGEMENT: Access to Symposium Keynote Film

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Exclusive Access - 2018 Spring Symposium - May 20-23, 2018, Hyatt Regency, Austin, Texas
Produced and Written by Trace Sheehan
Extended through June 5th!

If you missed the opportunity to view the film Food Evolution, prior to the Keynote presentation by Trace Sheehan, you now have an another week to see it! Here is the password-protected screening link to watch the movie, so you can get more insight into the subject and his keynote speech.

Password: FEPAPAYA10

About Our Presenter
Trace is the founder and CEO of Boomdozer, Inc., and director of development at Leftfield Pictures. Before launching Boomdozer, Sheehan co-founded the sales and production company, Preferred Content, responsible for critically acclaimed documentaries including Jiro Dreams of Sushi and Grace & Mercy. Sheehan graduated from Duke University with a degree in international business and has postgraduate degrees from the London School of Economics, the University of Cambridge and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is a member of the PGA and NPACT and is represented by the Kaplan Stahler Agency.

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