Businesses and organizations spend countless hours and large sums of money to market their products or services, but they are often frustrated with the results. In this funny and engaging presentation, Lone Star College-Tomball Executive Director of College Relations Nicole Finkbeiner will present five ways that businesses and organizations may be sabotaging their own marketing and preventing it from being as effective as it could be, during the Greater Tomball Chamber of Commerce First Friday luncheon Sept. 6. She will also provide realistic solutions to increase the effectiveness of marketing initiatives and prevent marketing mishaps.
Originally from Battle Creek, Mich., Finkbeiner is an award-winning marketing professional with over nine years of marketing and advertising experience, including radio and outdoor sales and community college and nonprofit marketing. She has an associate of arts in business from Kellogg Community College, a bachelors of business administration from Western Michigan University and a master of arts in advertising from Michigan State University.
Chamber members, their guests and the public are encouraged to attend this informative luncheon that begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Beckendorf Conference Center on the Lone Star College-Tomball campus located at 30555 Tomball Pkwy.