PubTalk Highlights Alternative Marketing Strategies for Businesses

January 16, 2012 No Comments  

What happens when businesses start thinking outside the box with their marketing? How can a local business get its name out in unforgettable ways? At this month’s PubTalk in La Grande, a local business owner and a marketing professor at EOU will be giving examples of alternative marketing that should stimulate local businesses’ creativity in this exciting area.

The event will be held Wednesday, January 25th, at 6:00 pm at Mt. Emily Ale House in La Grande. Keynote speakers are Kevin Loveland of Loveland Funeral Chapel and Dr. Shari Carpenter, Associate Professor of Business at Eastern Oregon University. The PubTalk will also feature a short business presentation by Tony Corig of Direct Music Source.

PubTalk® is a business networking event hosted by the Northeast Oregon Economic Development District [NEOEDD] and Community Bank. PubTalks are open to all business owners or those thinking of starting a business.

Tickets are $5 and include light refreshments.  Contact NEOEDD with any questions: 541-426-3598 or [email protected].  Come eat, drink, and network!

 

 

 

Jeff Moss

Northeast Oregon Economic Development District

101 NE First Street, Suite 100

Enterprise, OR 97828

Phone: (541) 426-3598, (800) 645-9454

Fax:  (541) 426-9058

www.neoedd.org

[email protected]

 

Growing Business :: Strengthening Communities

 

 

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