Good Day Downtown Sebring,
VISIT FLORIDA is accepting applications for its new Targeted Marketing Assistance Program (TMAP). This program offers exclusive benefits to small, minority, rural and agritourism businesses with an annual gross income of $500,000 or less. The program is designed to help small businesses improve their marketing efforts through a variety of benefits that can be activated during the term of the program. The application deadline is Friday, November 17, 2017. Space is limited! Apply today. Questions? Contact: Industry Relations Team, VISIT FLORIDA (877) 435-2872.
Help Welcome FOX 13’s Good Day Tampa Bay on Nov. 17
The Highlands County Tourist Development Council (TDC) is pleased to announce that FOX 13’s Good Day Tampa Bay will be airing live from Downtown Sebring on Friday, Nov. 17, 5 – 10 AM. The special show will be a part of the channel’s showcase of how local Tampa area communities, such as Highlands County, are recovering from Hurricane Irma in their series “Irma’s Lingering Impacts.”
Good Day Anchor Jennifer Epstein will be LIVE from Circle Park, and Feature Reporter Charley Belcher will be at Dee’s Place restaurant. Several interviews with local leaders are scheduled including Highlands County Board of County Commission Chairman Don Elwell and Sebring Mayor John Shoop, as well as several others. Highlands County residents are encouraged to attend the live broadcast and help share stories of community strength and recovery before, during and after Irma.
Twitter Chat with the U.S. Small Business Administration
Join the U.S. Small Business Administration ([www.twitter.com/sbagov]@SBAgov) for a Twitter chat on holiday marketing on November 14that 3:00 p.m. Join the SBA and industry experts as we share marketing tips and tricks to help small business owners to succeed during the holiday shopping season, including how to make the most of Small Business Saturday. Follow along with the hashtag #SBAchat.
Do you know what a Tweet Chat is?
Tweet chats are live discussions that take place on Twitter about a predetermined topic. Tweets related to the discussion are marked with a hashtag (a word or phrase preceded by the # sign; an example is #DowntownSebring).
Tweet chats are a great forum for small businesses and organizations to learn from people in their industry and to collaborate with their peers. They’re also a way for you to promote what you do by offering advice and sharing your expertise on a topic. Click here for 5 tips on how to participate in a Tweet Chat! More tips via The Mindful Social Media Coach