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How to Digitally Market a Global Sporting Event
Todd Lehrke, Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Join Todd Lehrke, Director of Sports Development at Bloomington Sports – Bloomington MN CVB, as he discusses how to Digitally Market a Global Sporting Event on Wednesday, March 22 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST.
Todd will provide insight on his 5 year journey working with the PGA and Partners in preparation for a top 10 Global Sporting Event, the 2016 Ryder Cup.
In addition he will also discuss the activation, education, promotion and digital marketing for the Ryder Cup.
"The presenter was very well prepared and touched on all the high points without going into too much detail. I took three pages of notes and have two specific items I plan to implement immediately. Thanks for providing this worthwhile member benefit; I look forward to taking advantage of many more in the future!" -Kathleen Cartland, Executive Director, Charleston Area Sports Commission
"The NASC event webinar series and format was exactly what we needed! From sharing and marketing our webinar to facilitating the session, the NASC provided a tremendous resource for us to promote our upcoming site selection process. Even more, the whole session was recorded and made available to others following the event. The resource is a tremendous value and opportunity for rights holders within the NASC and we plan to use it even more!" Jeff Jarnecke, NCAA Associate Director of Championships and Alliances
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