I won't mention names (no picture either), but Facebook and internet notices have started hitting my computer about the next internet whiz that will bring you many thousands of dollars just flowing in. By now, you would think a message like that would kick all kinds of red flags, but I would bet the venue gets full. It is free and if you have 3-4 hours of spare time, it might stimulate some creative thoughts.
BUT, don't go if you are an easy "mark", because there are some gotchas. I am always curious about these things and even attended one many years back. I was able to escape but a friend of mine bit and the money just sent someone's kid to college, but not his. I had a fellow attend one of my Springhill ebay classes who had paid $10,000 for a package but was coming to my class hoping I could help him make sense of it. (it wasn't an ebay thing) I don't know if he got a sick feeling in his stomach, but I sure did.
By now, you should know that FREE usually has a hook associated with it. Free shipping is a myth and free classes or workshops are usually enticements for something more. ebay encouraged us to give free "buying" classes. They want the goodwill and new members. I did it with the hope that folks would also want to learn how to sell. They did, but wanted to learn it all from the free buying class. :-) It was so hard to limit the conversation to just buying that I eventually stopped the free class.
I also found that free selling classes did not result in a high amount of people who went on to sell. I was paid by a Union to teach their members (it was free to the members but I got paid) and 90% of the attendees never went on to sell a thing. The benefit to these folks visiting Nashville with free seminars and free gifts (reports showing why you need to sign up) is that they hard-sell you to sign up for the next conference that actually teaches something (495+-) or sign up for the full program that provides you a website, methods to promote, etc.
Making thousands (millions) on anything, including the internet takes time and work. If they do not promote that fact, then I would watch for the snake oil next.
If you consider something like this, due your homework, check the BBB, search google for comments OTHER THAN THEIRS.
Enough said. let the buyer beware