Travel & Tourism SIG: Social Media: Whose job it is anyway?
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Join us to hear PR agency, digital agency and in-house social media practitioners discuss the different offerings for managing your travel & tourism brand online, as well as where the job of social media can fall – in house and/or agency. The panelists will answer questions such as: When is it sometimes better to combine in-house and agency efforts and the age-old question of where the job of social media for a brand should really fall.

3/26/2013
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
11:30am
Where: Cucina Asellina
1075 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA  30309
Contact: Rachel Peavy


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March 2013 Travel and Tourism SIG

Special Interest Groups

Join us to hear PR agency, digital agency and in-house social media practitioners discuss the different offerings for managing your travel & tourism brand online, as well as where the job of social media can fall – in house and/or agency. The panelists will answer questions such as: When is it sometimes better to combine in-house and agency efforts and the age-old question of where the job of social media for a brand should really fall.

DateTuesday, March 26, 2013
Event TitleTravel & Tourism Social Media: Whose job it is anyway?
Time11:30 am
Speaker/Panel
  • Jim Wells, SVP Digital Communications , Weber Shandwick
  • Kaitlyn Dennihy, Connections Manager, Engauge
  • Rosie Judd, Digital Media Manager, Georgia Aquarium
Location

TBD

Registration Deadline
Regular Deadline: Friday, March 22, 2013 5:00 PM
Late Deadline: Monday, March 25, 2013 5:00 PM
Cost (member/non-member)
Regular Cost: $20.00 / $30.00
Late Cost: $25.00 / $35.00

$10 Additional Walk-in Fee

All reservations are final. There are no cancellations and PRSA|GA does not issue refunds or creditfor the registration fee.

Contact
Rachel Peavy
rpeavy@atlanta.net