Local faces Mallory Kennedy (Lenoir Community College), Alexa Kay (Down East Wood Ducks) and Seraphim Smith (Pride of Kinston) will conduct a panel discussion, “Lessons from the Locals.”
“LCC is excited about being a part of the Sm3 Summit,” said Richy Huneycutt, director of marketing, recruiting and communications/assistant to the president at Lenoir Community College.
“Social media has changed the landscape of how we communicate and market our programs and services. This summit will provide valuable information that we as a community can benefit.”
The parent company of Neuse News, Magic Mile Media, is the host for this event. Magic Mile Media is a group of social media consultants and live stream professionals based in Kinston. Just 100 tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and early-bird pricing ends Aug. 31. Ticket prices increase Sept. 1 and Oct. 1.
Friday night includes a social hour check-in with a speaker at Big Game Brewing, then dinner on your own at some of Kinston’s most revered restaurants.
“I’m excited about and looking forward to this valuable social media education,” said Leon Steele, director of Pride of Kinston.
“Social media marketing is where it’s at. Pride of Kinston Downtown Revitalization has benefited tremendously from social media.”