KEEP Equine Industry Conference to Offer Kentucky Equine Organizations Communications Workshop
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In these tight economic times, horse breeds, associations, organizations, clubs and partnerships more than ever should use the internet and social media to get publicity, attract new members and participants and to promote shows and events.
A website often provides the first impression of your organization and is the go-to source for those seeking information. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are free and powerful tools for equine associations to gain exposure and enthusiasts.
Let us get your group jump-started or show how to improve your communications strategy in this hands-on workshop Sunday, Oct. 15 at the Kentucky Equine Education Project’s Oct. 15-16 all-breed conference at the Embassy Suites Lexington on Newtown Pike. The workshop starts at 1 p.m. ET, with Michael Baer, the engaging president of design firm and KEEP Conference sponsor Fusioncorp, explaining the whys and hows of embracing the Internet. Afterward, we’ll break into one-on-one or small groups to put you on the path to having cyberspace work for you.
This communications workshop is free with conference registration, which is open to all equine breeds and disciplines as well as the public for $75 per person, which includes KEEP individual membership, Sunday’s networking and legislative reception and continental breakfast and luncheon Monday. College students can have the registration fee waived by using the code STUDENT100.
Workshop participants should feel free to bring a laptop or tablet, though it’s not required. Having logos and stock photos readily available will enhance the experience during the individual session.
View the KEEP Conference agenda here
Register here: http://conta.cc/2vhA0r1
Let us know if you plan to attend the communications workshop so we can best prepare. Email KEEP communications director Jennie Rees at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name(s) of likely workshop participants and your affiliation.