Making Media Connections 2012

We here at the Workshop are excited to see our fellow communicators at the Making Media Connections Conference this Thursday, June 14!

The conference is a thinktank of communicators specializing in nonprofit, small business, new and legend media! Together we find solutions to problems and discuss tomorrow’s innovations in communications! If you’d like to join us, there’s still time to register! Online registration closes Wednesday at 12 noon (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW). After that time you can sign up by calling the Workshop at 312.369.6400, or walk in Thursday morning to register at the conference!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2012 MAKING MEDIA CONNECTIONS COMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE.

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