Don't Be A Tool...Leverage Them! April Digital Marketing Breakfast
Tuesday, Apr 16, 2013, 7:15 AM
Smith Memorial Student Union at Portland State University - PSU 1825 SW Broadway
65 Members Attending
Join us for a breakfast on April 16th.
Join DMS Leader and PDX SoMe Award Winning Siouxsie Jennett for a Portland-centric peek into the most innovative, essential social media tools available today.
Celebrate the people and ideas behind connecting and collaborating with prospects, clients and thought leaders in the smartest, most efficient ways pos...
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