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Thursday, June 11, 2015
Power Up Your Business With Social After You Attend The Altadena Chamber’s “Power Breakfast”
Learn why you should be using social media to build your business at the Altadena Chamber of Commerce third “Power Breakfast” meeting on Tuesday, June 16, at the Altadena Town & Country Club. During this month’s meeting, current and prospective members will watch and participate in a presentation and panel discussion on the basics of social media and why businessmen should be using it.
The chamber announced that the presentation will cover all the digital media platforms – from Facebook to Pinterest – necessary to make an online statement in today’s competitive marketplace.
The guest panelists will be Aubin E. Wilson, who brings over 25 years of business and digital marketing expertise, and award-winning graphic designer Hugo Arteaga.
“We are excited to bring the Power Breakfast Program to the Altadena business community,” says Meredith Miller, Chamber President. “We recognize that we have a diverse range of enterprise here, from brick & mortar, to service-oriented, to many home-based as well.”
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce started the Power Breakfast Series to offer local business professionals the opportunity to network, build relationships and forge strategic partnerships in a casual setting. Special guests, from business leaders to legislators, usually come to share the latest and most current information pertinent to Altadena Chamber members.
June’s Power Breakfast is hosted by The Altadena Town & Country Club at 2290 Country Club Dr. A continental breakfast will be served. Admission is complimentary for members and $7 for non-members. New members that sign up during the event will be given a one-time 10% discount.
Interested parties may call the Chamber office at (626) 794-3988, or send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.