Speakers: Chris DiCenso and George Harris – Growth Strategy Partners, Roy Huntington - FMG Publications, Trent Cooper and Nathan Engelking of Crossbreed Holsters
The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers in association with Growth Strategy Partners, is pleased to announce an educational webinar on Getting More Bang from Your Bucks Marketing and Advertising to address the challenges we face in promoting our products.
“If we could just get the word out, sales would be through the roof!” How many times have you heard that one? Unfortunately, we know it’s not that easy. Promoting your shooting sports product or service is a lot more complicated than adding a Facebook page, ‘tweeting’, or paying for banner ads.
To be successful, a company’s marketing and advertising plans should be integrated so there are clear and consistent messages across all marketing channels. So what do the successful companies do when they want to promote their products? To answer this, we asked a few experts in the industry to share what they have done to deliver tangible marketing results. Joining us will be Roy Huntington, Publisher of FMG publications which includes American Handgunner, Guns Magazine, Shooting Industry and many more titles, Trent Cooper, General Manager and Nathan Engelking, Director of Social Media of Crossbreed Holsters. Together, we will share with you:
This event will be facilitated by Chris DiCenso and George Harris of Growth Strategy Partners LLC. This webinar is for Presidents, owners, and sales and marketing leaders who would like to improve upon the sales growth and effectiveness within their organizations.
This event is sponsored by the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers and presented by Growth Strategy Partners. Growth Strategy Partners is a management consulting firm which accelerates the revenue, profit and organizational growth of companies in the shooting sports industry by applying our research based 7 Keys to Growth.
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