CHARLESTON -- Huddleston Bolen has announce that the December Business4Breakfast seminar, to be held on Friday, Dec. 16, will focus on helping businesses and organizations select the right media for their advertisements.
The hourlong seminar will be held at 7:45 a.m. at the firm's Charleston office, located on the 13th Floor of Chase Tower. The guest speaker will be Christa Hamra, Director of Sales and Marketing for MotionMasters.
Choosing the appropriate media for your advertising is critical to a campaign's success. Businesses must understand their intended audience, recognize the limitations of their budget, and determine the vehicle that will best communicate their message. Ms. Hamra will offer practical tips for businesses based on her 20 years of experience working in various forms of media, including print, television, and Internet.
Business4Breakfast seminars are free, open to the business community, and include a free breakfast. Guests may register at www.huddlestonbolen.com/events or by contacting Tasha Viglianco at 304-691-8474. The seminar is sponsored by Huddleston Bolen, the U. S. Small Business Administration and SCORE.
Huddleston Bolen is a leading regional law firm with more than 50 attorneys practicing in Huntington and Charleston, West Virginia and Ashland and Louisville, Kentucky. The firm, founded in 1871, represents clients in many practice groups, including banking and finance, health care, insurance, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, real estate, transportation, and trusts and estates.
For more information, visit www.huddlestonbolen.com.
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