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Grant Writing Seminar Offered at Expo & Conference

February 20, 2008

SAN DIEGO – Those attending the Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX) at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center in San Diego, Calif., Jun. 8-10, can attend the “Secrets to Writing a Successful Grant Proposal,” grant writing seminar. This session will include tips from grant writers on how to increase your chances of qualifying for grant funding. Plus, a grant evaluator will talk about how to create a successful grant request.

The session will feature:

· Identifying suitable projects (What fleet projects have funding available?)

· Locating funding sources (Where is the money?)

· Green grants

· Homeland Security grants

· Writing a successful grant (Qualifying for grant funding)

· Reporting on and evaluating grant projects (Discussion of the progress and follow-up reporting required for many grants)

· Maintaining a proper audit trail (What grant providers want in the way of recordkeeping)

Attendees who register before May 9 will receive a $100 discount on the $495 full conference pass. Visit or call (817) 635-0302 to register by phone. Mention promo code: EMAIL3.

Other GFX hot topics include:

· Getting the Resources You Need and the Recognition You Deserve

· Going Green: What Is Working

· Developing and Managing a Fleet Business Plan and Budget

· 20 Best Practices from the 100 Best Fleets

-For more information about the Government Fleet Expo & Conference, visit or call (800) 576-8788.


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