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Webinar Feb. 11: Promoting your event to the Media

Posted by Erica Olmstead on 5 Feb 2015

Join us next Wednesday, Feb. 11 from 3-4 p.m. EST for our third webinar of the 2015 season. This webinar will give event organizers creative and effective strategies on how to successfully promote your Kick Butts Day event to the media.

When you register a Kick Butts Day event, our expert media team will automatically contact you to provide technical assistance in promoting your event to local newspapers, TV and radio stations. From developing press releases to calling local media outlets for you, they are akin to having your own media consultant to support your event.

Our team will be on the line during this month’s webinar to provide tips and answer questions to help amplify your message and make this year’s Kick Butts Day the best yet.

Make sure the last two webinars of our 2015 webinar series are on your calendar today so you don’t miss out on ways that you can make the most of your event! Webinars cover tips and tricks as well as provide valuable information regarding resources that we will offer to support Kick Butts Day events.

Webinar Schedule

All webinars will be held from 3-4 p.m. EST on the second Wednesday of each month leading up to Kick Butts Day.

  • Feb. 11: Promoting your KBD event to the Media
  • March 11: Utilizing social media to maximize exposure

Webinar Schedule

All webinars can be accessed by clicking here to access the webinar online OR by phone by calling (877) 807-3546 and using the conference code: 6415197207.

We look forward to your participation on Feb. 11 from 3-4 p.m. EST!

The Kick Butts Day Team

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About Erica OlmsteadErica Olmstead currently serves as the Youth Advocacy Manager at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Her tobacco control journey began as a youth advocate in New York 13 years ago.
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