Expo Klita 2012: Back for a Second Year

Hear ye! Hear ye! Olim both chadashim and vatikim (how’s that for a lovely example of Heblish – Hebrew mixed with English?)!

Whether you have been in Israel a year or two or twenty, there is always something new to learn: about housing, jobs, health care, education, you name it. In fact, at times the sheer volume of information you need can be overwhelming, as you rush from one office to another, asking questions in your less-than-perfect Hebrew.

Wouldn’t it be great if all this information were gathered together under one roof, and available to you in English? Well, at Expo Klita 2012 you will find exactly that!

Tuesday, August 7, 2012, from noon until 8 PM is the date and Binyanei Ha’uma (the National Convention Center, across from the Central Bus Station) is the place.

Meet experts and see presentations on topics ranging from taking a mortgage on a home in Israel to buying a car, in English, the language you are probably most comfortable with.  Featuring incredible offers and discounts as well, this is a “don’t miss” occasion. Admission is free and childcare for ages 3 to 9 will be available on site.

As one of the co-sponsors of this second annual event, we at AACI are hoping to repeat last year’s success. Stop by our booth to say hi and meet some of our friendly employees. Don’t forget to bring your questions 🙂

Looking forward to seeing you!

For more information about Expo Klita 2012, please contact:

Einav 02-625-2933 sales@impmedia.co.il OR

Liat 050-253-3315 liat@impmedia.co.il

To register for the Expo, click here.

AACI has worked with IMP Media to arrange subsidized buses for your convenience, from the following locations:
Tel Aviv              Haifa/Zichron Ya’acov                Netanya 
and  for the Beer Sheva bus and Tiyul, please email: Tamar Iancu at mumwawa@bezeqint.net
 
Please go to http://www.aaci.org.il/articlenav.php?id=365 for more details.

For more information about AACI’s services and programs for English speakers in Israel:

(02)566-1181 OR stop by:

AACI Jerusalem – Dr. Max and Gianna Glassman Family Center, Pierre Koenig 37, corner of Poalei Tzedek 2, Talpiot    MAP

Buses # 21 & 49 stop on Pierre Koenig across from AACI; 71, 72, 74 & 75 stop  at Tzomet Habankim, a 10-minute walk away.

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