What are you doing this Sunday, March 22, 2009 from 1 – 4 p.m? This is my invitation for you to join me and several other fine presenters at the Women in Business Event sponsored by the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce. We'll be on hand to offer useful tips and resources to help you thrive during these challenging economic times. Whether you need guidance navigating the small business lending landscape, tips to achieve exquisite self care, straight talk about your retirement plans, or actionable ideas to get seen, heard, and celebrated in the local media, you won't want to miss this event.
Here is the link to the story in the Sammamish Review to tell you a bit more. And here is a bit about what I'll be talking about.
Publicist Nancy Juetten is fiercely committed to helping business owners everywhere get seen, heard, and celebrated through the power of free publicity without spending a fortune or spinning their wheels. Through her Do-It-Yourself Publicity Blog, she shares tips, resources, inspiration, and success stories almost daily to keep you engaged in your own DIY publicity efforts so you can achieve winning results under your own power. During her presentation, Nancy will share three things you can do tomorrow without spending a penny to have your story heard. You can attract more perfect clients. And, you can enjoy more success with greater ease with DIY publicity as a well used tool in your marketing tool chest. It's just a matter of getting in action.
All you have to do now is register to benefit from the quality information, inspiration, and networking with other fine business women. Please do. Tickets are just $25 and are available for convenient online purchase at this link or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, every guest will receive as a gift an Extreme Dark Chocolate Truffle Bar from Seattle Chocolate Company. 100% of the net profits from the sale of these delicious and exquisitely packaged delights is donated to women's cancer charities. That is all the more reason to stock up the next time you are at your local grocery store.
Looking forward to meeting you this Sunday from 1 – 4 p.m.