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Local Businesses Engage In Patch Social Media Workshop

Patch thanks these local businesses that attended our first Main Street U in University Place this week.

Social media isn't a fad.

Local businesses that attended Patch's first  Main Street U workshop got a senses-filling, double-take-warranting crash course in that lesson this week.

More than 30 local business owners and representatives attended our little soiree at the University Place Library. (Thank you for being such great hosts.) 

A huge thanks to Narrows Plaza Bowl, the official sponsor of the event!

Also, thanks to Frog n' Kiwi Cafe for supplying us with delicious cups of joe.

Thank you to these businesses who attended the workshop:

Beyond the Beach

Lakewold Gardens

Mackert Auto

University Dental  

Summit Strength & Conditioning  

Kenny's Kettle Corn

Laura J. Powell

Sumner Downtown Association  

Shepard Transcription LLC  

Narrows Plaza Bowl

Coldwell Banker Danforth

DPI Print

Patricia & Co.

Lane Electric

Team Insurance Inc.

Soloman Insurance

Friends of Lakewold

Silhouette Dance

Lakewood Christian Church

Stewart and Son Computer Services

Best Western Wesley Inn

Law Offices of Ralph Flick

Be on the lookout for more workshops coming your way. And since we're talking social media, don't forget to "Like" us on Facebook.

Social media is not going away. Thanks Patch for helping make us more efficient using it and helping us understand new ways to connect to our community.
Brent Champaco November 16, 2012 at 08:06 PM
No problem, Scott. It's also great to have local leaders such as yourself be willing to engage the community. It's like, no matter how technology changes, the key to any business or organization is reaching people. Thanks for showing up! (Nice 'stache, btw)
Patricia Mannie, Patricia & Co. November 16, 2012 at 11:21 PM
Thank you Patch! This was a great seminar to meet other business owners and to learn more about social media which is so important in marketing your business!

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