Linking Winston Salem March 10, – Panel Discussion on Alternative Media

Have you wondered if alternative media marketing is for you?  Do you really know what alternative media is?  Linking Winston Salem is proud to bring these answers and more to our March 10, 2015 meeting at BB&T Ballpark in the Carlyle Club, 11:30-1:00.  Lunch is $15.00 all inclusive!  RSVP Here!

We will be discussing what benefits alternative media such as website/blogs, podcasts, and alternative news outlets can bring your business, event, or organization in terms of marketing, exposure, and new customers!

Our panel:

Rachel HoeingTriad Moms on Main2015 Rachel with frame Rachel is an Appalachian State graduate who started her career as an elementary school teacher directly after graduation. Rachel taught in the Mecklenburg and Forsyth school systems for eight years, and then decided to change her career to a stay-at-home mom after she had her first child, Jake. Jake is now ten, he has a sister, Anna, who is eight,

and Rachel does just about everything except “stay at home!” Rachel and her husband Kevin have lived in the Triad for twelve years. Rachel is an active volunteer in her children’s schools, as well as the community. Rachel felt like TMoM was a prefect fit for her, as she was able to combine and use all of her talents in sales experience, love of children, managerial skills, social marketing, love of organization, and her knowledge of the Triad.

chad-n2Chad NanceCamel City Dispatch Chad Nance is Editor-in-Chief for Camel City Dispatch. A native of the Winston-Salem area. After working as a Political Editor for an international magazine, and writing for various national magazines and websites, Chad returned home to Camel City in January of 2012. In August of that year, he and Carissa Joines launched Camel City Dispatch. The site now has over 50,000 unique readers each month and has established itself as a primary source of news and information for residents of Camel City as well as those around the state. Chad’s “3rd Shift” columns feature his unique take of local and state politics. His first non-fiction book “Hillbilly Highway:The Oddessy of an Ugly American Loose at the Dawn of the 21st Century” was released in 2011 and his latest book “Shape I’m In:The Camel City Dispatches” comes out in October of 2014. Chad’s first novel, “Existential Threat” will be released in September of 2014.

TimTopHatTim BeemanThe Less Desirables Network Tim was born in West Virginia and he’s not afraid to say so!  He has lived in the Winston-Salem, NC area for over 25 years.  Tim has been a musician and in the musical business either directly or indirectly for over 26 years.  He loves movies, music and video games.  He became engaged to his BCPF (Beautiful Close Personal Friend) on July 31, 2011 and is quite happy with that decision!

Moderated by: Matt Clark600WSJS Matt Clark is the Operations Manager, Program Director, and Chief Operator for radio stations 600 WSJS and ESPN Radio in Greensboro and High Point. He even finds time to host a show and hold a few key accounts for the company. Born and raised in Winston-Salem, Matt is an unabashed “Swiftie”, devout “Whovian”, and proud father of a two-year old daughter who is going on twenty. He graduated from Appalachian State in 2002 and has spent every day since then wishing he could go back…


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