October is National Kitchen and Bath Month. On October 16, I’m honored to present a program called “Savvy Social Media for Kitchen and Bath Designers.”
Presented by National Kitchen and Bath Association Chicago Midwest Chapter, the program will take place on October 16 at the Westwood Tavern in Schaumburg.
If you’re a Chicago area kitchen and bath designer, it would be great to see you in the audience as we celebrate National Kitchen and Bath Month’s 40th anniversary.
Here’s the presentation outline.
Finally! A social media plan that actually works!! Learn how to use the WIRED system to manage your social media marketing. You’ll discover tips, tactics – and yes even a few secrets – that social media super heroes use to rescue tiny budgets and get powerful results. All attendees will receive a WIRED social media planning guide. Have questions before the session starts? Send them to @wiredPRworks on twitter.
About the National Kitchen and Bath Association
The NKBA created Kitchen & Bath Month in 1982. With children back in school and families not yet overwhelmed by the flurry of activity around the holidays, October is the most popular time of year for homeowners to remodel their kitchens and baths. Now is the perfect time to contact an NKBA member and get started on your kitchen or bath project.
For consumers looking to update their homes, the NKBA offers kitchen and bath planners to support remodeling projects. The planners enlist the expertise of NKBA professionals and include the following features:
- A step-by-step guide of the remodel from start to finish,
- Guidelines of details and components to consider while planning
- Comprehensive design options to choose your personal style
- Tips for setting a budget range, including advice on ways to save
- Assistance on finding the right professional for your remodel
- A checklist of considerations and tips to finalize your choices
This is also the time of year when the NKBA asks member companies to give back to their communities through a partnership with The Storehouse of World Vision. Since 2001, NKBA members have donated nearly $50 million in products to this humanitarian organization.
Thanks to Terry Kenney, who contacted me about speaking and is organizing the program with Maria Rosenwald. Terry is on the Drury Design team, one of our marketing, PR and social media clients since 2002. Here’s Terry talking about a recent kitchen design project for a client in Geneva, Illinois.
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