Showing posts with label Carroll Marketing Professionals. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Carroll Marketing Professionals. Show all posts

Friday, April 15, 2011

Carroll Marketing Professionals Group Meeting

Carroll Marketing Professionals Group Meeting
April 2011
"Carroll Marketing Professionals on Spring Break"
Happy spring! This month the Carroll Marketing Professionals Group meeting has been cancelled for purely logistical reasons. Good for you - more time in your day!

But join us in May and June for the following great presenters:  

Tuesday, May 17, 2011
What is and why should you care?
Presenters: Kathleen Garber, Advertising Manager and
Kym Liddick-Byrnes, Westminster Editor, Logo
Hyperlocal, when defined, means news that is scaled down to your own community, its main audience is located in a specific geographic location, and it tends to be reported by a resident of that location. That sums up what is all about. Come learn about this new, alternative news source and how its targeted nature plays into your marketing efforts.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011  (Note date change!) 
Making your Online Presence Work for You
Presenter: Scott Gore, Chair of Fine & Performing Arts Dept., Carroll Community College
Do you have an online presence for your work? Come to this informative presentation to learn about Internet delivery options and web-based revenue resources that are available.

Mark your calendars and bring your lunch beginning at 12:30.  Meetings are free and take place at the Community Media Center in Westminster, MD.  Share this news with a friend!

Please RSVP for your spot to Cynthia Piazza . Water will be provided, but lunch is on you!

The Carroll Marketing Professionals Group, formerly the Marketing Brownbag Lunch, is a networking group created for local communications professionals. Meetings are held on a monthly basis to explore a variety of topics related to marketing and public relations. To learn more, please visit Carroll Marketing Professionals Group.

Lunch - Learn - Locally

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