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Chamber Seminar: Email Marketing

Allen Jezouit, @BerkshireCountyBusiness

When: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 - 800am - 930am
Where: The Orchards
What: Email Marketing Seminar
Who: Berkshire Direct (Kevin Ellingwood, Jeff Stripp, Allen Jezouit)

Local marketing firm Berkshire Direct will deliver a 90-minute seminar on email marketing strategies and tactics. Whether you’re a for-profit business attempting to drive ecommerce transactions on your store site or a non-profit seeking to engage your donor base with ongoing messages, this seminar is for you. Please RSVP by contacting Judy Giamborino at 413.458.9077 or via email at info@williamstownchamber.com.

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