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Project Inspire 8th Convention

Project Inspire 8th Convention

Join us March 3-5th, 2017 at the LARGEST Project Inspire Convention in history! Experience an unbelievable getaway filled with gourmet food, uplifting tefillos, and dynamic programming. It’s more than just an inspirational retreat, it’s plugging into a worldwide movement!

As we continue to build our unforgettable program, you have a chance to sign up TODAY for the 8th Annual Convention at projectinspire.com/convention. (Last year we sold out seven weeks early — don’t say we didn’t warn you!)

NEW VENUE: BREAKING NEWS!
After seven unforgettable years at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, we are moving the Project Inspire Convention you know and love to the Kalahari Poconos Resort! Just 80 minutes from the Lincoln Tunnel, this new venue allows you to have a Convention experience like never before at the LARGEST Project Inspire Convention in history.


For more Information & registration
visit: projectinspire.com/convention | Email: convention@projectinspire.com | Call: (718) 874-8875

ABOUT PROJECT INSPIRE:
Project Inspire, a program of Aish HaTorah, is a grassroots organization whose mission is to awaken and empower the Torah observant community to reach out to their fellow Jews. It has successfully created a movement of people dedicated to spreading the beauty of Yiddishkeit. Stories pour in as “ordinary people” share their experiences on how they’re changing their communities and affecting those around them.



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