FREE Help with Social Media for Your Business
The Colorado Workforce Center in Leadville hosts FREE monthly roundtable discussions and workshops, educating local businesses on everything from unemployment to the benefits of hiring veterans. However this month’s presentation to be held Thursday, Jan. 23, hits close to home for Leadville Today: Social Media for Business.
These days it’s hard to go a day without hearing the words, “social media”. It’s usually, “Follow us on Twitter”, and “Like us on Facebook”, or “check out this viral video on You Tube”. Most folks have a love/hate experience with the whole concept. Those who are onboard use social media every day, either for personal communication and sharing or in some compactly on the job. Of course, the resisters, call their friends on their flip phones to decide when they’ll get together to watch a slide show of their latest vacation photos.
All kidding aside, if you’re in business and have not at least educated yourself on social media, well, you’re already behind. It’s no longer a question of whether you should become engaged with these communication platforms. After all, the conversation is already going on and some of the discussion could be about your business. And don’t forget about all of the benefits of utilizing these FREE medias to help promote your business and establish direct contact with your customers.
So, don’t miss out on this FREE opportunity to learn more about social media and how it relates to your business and the Leadville/Lake County community. The Colorado Workforce Center in Leadville sponsors the FREE roundtable, in partnership with Colorado Mountain College (CMC) in Leadville, Leadville Today and The Great Pumpkin, a Media Company.
Social Media for Business will be held Thursday, Jan. 23 from 10 a.m. to Noon at CMC. To secure your reservations at this FREE event, contact the Leadville Workforce Center at 719-486-2428 or email: email@example.com.
Siren Testing at Tunnel This Thursday at Noon
The Bureau of Reclamation will test its warning sirens at the Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel Treatment Plant tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, starting at noon.
The sirens and emergency warning system at the drainage tunnel and treatment plant are tested every few years as part of Reclamation’s regular maintenance program. The sirens and warning system were installed to enhance notification of East Fork residents in the unlikely event of an emergency.
The Drainage Tunnel and Treatment Plant continue to function as designed and are performing safely. For more information, please call Kara Lamb at (970) 962-4326 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
En Espanol: El Negociado de Reclamaciones (Bureau of Reclamation), iniciara pruebas de su nuevo sistema de alarmas para la Planta de Tratamiento de Agua, localizada en el Tunel de Drenaje de la Mina de Leadville. Las pruebas se llevaran a cabo el dia 9 de Enero de 2014.
Para mas informacion, favor de comunicarce con Kara Lamb, llamando al telephone (970) 962-4326, o escriba usando correo electronico (e-mail) a la direccion email@example.com.