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    When is this thing?


    We're kicking off Grow2020 on January 16th at 9am sharp! Doors open at 8:30 and we'll wrap up for the day around 6pm although we encourage you to stick around for happy-hour with the speakers and other attendees! The second day is January 17th, also starting at 9am and wrapping up by 6pm!



    This thing sounds awesome...

    So...how much are tickets?


    Seats are available either paid in full or on an installment plan


    Single Ticket - Paid in Full: $3000

    Single Ticket - Installment Plan: Three payments of $1050 ($3150)

    Business Partners (2 tickets) - Paid In Full: $4250

    Business Partners (2 tickets) - Installment Plan: Three payments of $1475 ($4425)




    "It's a phenomenal Investment!"

    Trevor Townsend

    Alamo Water Softeners



    So what all do I get for that price?


    We're not gonna lie, the connections you'll make alone are worth the price of admission!


    But in addition to that, you get:

    1) Access to the entire Grow Retreat agenda to learn from the actual movers and shakers of the business world!

    2) Lunch on both days so you can focus on your experience & connecting with the speakers instead of where to go or parking!

    3) Happy hour drinks and appetizers on Day 1!


    Plus! We put together one ridiculous swag bag each year! We include books from the speakers, giveaways, handouts, workbooks, coupons, notepads, and this year we're working on some extra swag to take the event to the next level!


    Preferred access to the Think & GROW Mastermind events (Learn More Here)



    Instant access to our monthly Grow Disrupt mastermind PLUS three months of mastermind access after the event itself because we want to help you actually implement this stuff, not just sit & forget!



    "Phenomenal Experience"

    Holly Windler

    Windler & Co



    What if I don't have an invitation & want to attend anyhow?


    No worries! You can still apply for an interview, your process just takes a little longer than if you are directly referred in by someone who is already registered or has attended in the past.


    You'll want to schedule an interview here and one of the Grow Disrupt staff members will call you at your scheduled interview time. If they feel you're a good potential fit for the event, they'll schedule time for you to speak directly with Stephanie who will determine whether to extend a formal invitation!


    If someone who has attended in the past or is registered to attend next year has invited you, you can still schedule your interview here and Stephanie will call you directly!


    Is this invitation & interview thing for real?


    We get it!


    There are a lot of businesses that might use this as some kind of tactic to try and make the event look exclusive, then accept literally everyone who applies! But we've done event this for a few years now, and we've learned something about what kind of person makes a good addition to the room, and how the wrong kind of person can REALLY bring the entire room down and stagnate the MasterMind experience.


    We limit the number of attendees to enable you to connect at a real level with the speakers and other guests and want to make sure that every single seat is filled with an valuable addition to the group, so yes, that was a long way of saying that the interview is for real!



    So who are you looking for as "a valuable addition to the group"?


    The exact criteria we are looking for aren't published anywhere (what's the point of the interview then?), but we will admit that we are looking for strong businesses and growth-minded individuals who embrace an abundance mindset.


    We aren't here to compete, put each other down, or "sell" each other, we're here to help each other grow! Our interview process is designed to help identify like-minded business owners who are craving real connection & are committed to creating growth in their business.


    We joke internally that during the interviews Stephanie is looking for "99 other Stephanie's to hang out with for two days!"


    So if that's you and that's who you want to be surrounded with, apply now!



    Where is this thing taking place?


    Because we believe in doing business differently (after all, if traditional methods worked, the success rate in business wouldn't suck more than the odds of winning in Vegas!) we always find a different location to host the event.


    We look for a location that will facilitate connection among the attendees without being too big (or claustrophobic) as well as blends unique character with modern amenities!


    The Grow Retreat is always hosted in San Antonio, TX and the exact location will only be revealed to registered attendees.


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