Win Tickets to See Suze Orman

Upcoming Events — By on March 11, 2011 at 3:30 pm

The Metropreneur is giving away four tickets to “A Special Evening with Suze Orman“ on March 16 at COSI!

The event, hosted by Thurber House, coincides with the release of The Money Class, the personal finance expert’s first book in four years.

For a chance to win a ticket, just tell us why you want to attend the event in the comment section below.

Tickets are valued at $35 each. The deadline for entries is 11:59 p.m. Sunday.

Melanie McIntyre (542 Articles)

Melanie McIntyre served as editorial director of The Metropreneur from its launch in August 2010 to May 2013. She is also a featured writer for Columbus Underground and writes about fashion, style and pop culture on her blog, Thoroughly Modern Melly. Melanie is an Ohio State University graduate, lives in the Short North, and enjoys reading and running.


    11 Comments

  • I find Susie very inspiring. I am now in a position to put away more money for my retirement and advice and motivation would be great.

  • Evan Struble says:

    I’ve always enjoyed Suze’s frank, no-nonsense advice about credit card debt–an issue that I’m working on hardcore in 2011.

  • Suze Orman might be the last thing you’d expect two 21 year old girls to be talking about on a Friday night, but for me and my friend this is the rule, not the exception. Suze Orman is extremely intelligent, practical, and easy to understand. I would love to see Suze speak and get inspired to make wise financial choices now while I’m young, that will hopefully carry me well throughout the rest of my life.

  • Robin says:

    I love Suze.

  • Tanisha Gill says:

    I love Suze Orman! I have nearly EVERY book she has published. In fact I pre-ordered The Money Class and I am anxiously awaiting its arrival :).

    I have two teen children that I am raising on these principles as well (w/The Money Book For the Young, Fabulous & Broke). I have set up 529 for each child and am actively saving for my retirement. She really got me focused when she released Women & Money. I had read all her previous books but this one came with a detailed action plan and a bonus for setting up an IRA and Savings account. 6 years after a lengthy divorce totally tapped my finance, I can say I have a few thousand set aside for the kids and almost 30K in retirement. My house is paid down and I am working on knocking my credit card down and building a savings. Thank you Suze!

  • I’ve been a fan of Suze for several years now (and have even read her titles for women…. hey, the more knowledge the better). Her tv show is also one of the very few that I DVR and watch regularly.

    I think she provides very practical, honest, and comprehensive information on financial planning especially for young people 40 and under.

  • I’d love to hear her opinions about the changes this state’s economy is facing after the budget is released on Tuesday.

  • J Atkinson says:

    In this economy there is no better time to hear Suze’s real world financial advice. I imagine she’s even more outspoken in a live environment!

  • M.V. Loh says:

    I want to learn how to manage my money better and to plan for the future. I’m getting to the age where I have to start thinking about a down payment and maybe investing some money I have saved. I’d learn a lot from Ms. Orman and I’d love to hear her speak!

  • I have read Suze’s books and her words are inspiring. I would love to hear her speak in person.

  • Walker Evans Walker Evans says:

    Thanks to all who entered our contest! We consulted random.org for some random numbers, and our winners are:

    9 – MV Loh
    10 – AM Turnmire
    3 – Natalie Howard
    7 – Heather Fidler

    Congrats!