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LifeTime Event: Alan Beckett The Moat House Acton Trussell

Posted on Jul 17, 2019 in Editorial.

“This was totally unprecedented…and we were very honored to attend”

With incredible generosity, LifeTime Memoirs author Alan Beckett arranged an event to celebrate his LifeTime project and promote the LifeTime experience in the Staffordshire area. This was totally unprecedented in the history of LifeTime and we were honored to attend. He invited his LifeTime project team, and LifeTime founder Roy Moëd, to speak and have lunch with 120 of his close friends and associates.

The event took place at the spectacular venue – The Moat House, Acton Trussell, Staffordshire.

 


 

The whole event and venue were very personal to Alan

The Moat House was actually built by Alan’s son and, with his grandchildren in attendance, he mentioned how the whole event and venue were very personal and special to him. If you want to hear more from Alan, we filmed his speech in the video below.

 


 

At the end of the event, Alan’s grandson Alex and wife Emma kindly agreed to be interviewed and be filmed for the website. They answered the following question “What did you think of the book when you first saw it?”

 


 

LifeTime founder Roy attended the event and said: “It was such an honor to be part of Alan’s special day. To see a man so humble and generous host a champagne reception, lunch and presentation for 120 people…we are truly honored to have a customer like this …it says so much more than a Trustpilot rating.”

Alan’s project manager Tom Harnett said: “Alan’s private autobiography was definitely one of the best I’ve worked on. Alan’s generosity and appreciation towards LifeTime have been incredible but the event in Staffordshire was on another level. It was an honor to attend this event and be interviewed by Alan for the session.”

Thank you very much Alan for inviting us to your amazing event.

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