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(The email that I just wrote to Harriet Mosher, Five Rivers Arts Alliance Director.)
We’re up to 13 confirmed and 4 maybes for the Fireball Marketing class now, I’m pretty sure we’ll get to 20.
In the next few weeks, I’ll write more with ideas for moving forward, but basically: Continue reading
A few days ago, a prospective participant was asking more details about the program. “Sounds like you’re making a great model,” she said, “but I really need specifics – to meet the people in Bath that we need to collaborate with.” Continue reading
Senator, One year ago, we moved to Bath – two touring musicians who love Maine and wanted to start a family here. One contribution that I’d like to make in Bath and the midcoast is helping folks create value for … Continue reading
In the interest of transparency, here’s a little form-and-content post on how this Fireball Marketing class came to be.
William Shuttleworth was the original impetus, back when his plan was to make Morse High Auditorium a new performing arts center in Bath. That’s where we started. Continue reading
Here’s an excerpt from an email that came in today:
Before we sign up to send a few people from our organization we’d like a chance to see some of your work for organizations and businesses.
Signs went up today. I got two calls – very encouraging. Had a great meeting with Carolyn Lockwood, and really appreciated her straight-shooting feedback.
The email is below, for information.
Subject: Fireball Marketing – Is this workshop for you? Continue reading