Business

Using social media

Social media marketing is the topic of conversation at the Walnut Grove Business Association quarterly meeting on Tuesday (Nov. 15) from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Redwoods Golf Course (22011 88 Ave.).

The speakers include Jonathan Christian, Michael Thorne, Randall Kovacs and Const. Wally Lee.

Christian, from We Make Stuff Happen, will discuss how to use social media to tell your business story, while Thorne, from My North Langley, will share his neighbourhood success story.

Kovacs is chair of the 2012 host committee for the Continental Cup of Curling, a major international competition coming to the Langley Events Centre in January. Lee is the new RCMP liaison for Walnut Grove.

Attendance is free for WGBA members and $10 for non-members. Please email laurie@wgba.ca.

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