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Social Media Day

Celebrate Social Media Day in San Diego



Step up your social media intelligence at Social Media Day San Diego this Sunday, June 30, 2013 at the Marriott Marquis & Marina. This free event celebrates the growth of social media and it’s remarkable impact on the way we communicate.

Two educational tracks offer attendees the opportunity to learn social media tips and strategies from top brands in San Diego like Petco and the Chargers and from internationally known Social Media Marketers Mari Smith and Amy Porterfield. Stick around for the networking party after, kicking off at 4pm, for food, wine and drinks.

 

 

Event Schedule:
Social Media Sessions, 1:30pm
Networking Party, 4:00pm

Social Media Day
Marriott Marquis Hotel & Marina
333 West Harbor Drive, San Diego

To purchase tickets, visit here

 

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