"eat Lunch & Learn something" Gen Z & Digital Platforms

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Name: "eat Lunch & Learn something" Gen Z & Digital Platforms
Date: February 20, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Are you utilizing live video? What about Snapchat filters and Facebook Messenger? Today’s generation absorb content and engage with brands in a completely different way than previous generations. TAG’s experts from Donuts & Digital will walk you through the changes in digital marketing that effect Gen Z, and provide clear tips and takeaways on how to engage and market to this audience through digital platforms. #GetExcited

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  • Women's Health Services
Clinton County Satellite Office 
226 11th St., DeWitt IA

Date/Time Information:
11:30 am: Check-in will begin
11:40 am - Noon: Lunch is available 
Noon-1 pm: Program 
Contact Information:
Emily Schmitt, Program & Events Coordinator
-$12 for Member.  Discounts will be applied for specific DCDC Membership Tiers. You will be notified after registration if you receive a discount.
-Not Yet Members are $20
*Those that register, but do not attend will be invoiced.
Must RSVP by 2/15/18 if you plan to attend. 
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