SMC-DC September Event: Really Cool (Social Media) Case Studies

Social media case studies, results and videos of cybergoth dance parties. We’re always looking for more of these things (or at least two of them) to help prove the value of social media to coworkers, bosses and clients.

Luckily you’ll get two out of three at our next event on Wednesday, September 21st.

We’ve got a great panel lined up to examine some of the District’s ”Really Cool Case Studies.” The social media brains behind NASA, Screen on the Green, and Goodwill DC will share their thoughts on topics such as:

  • Campaign strategy
  • Do’s and don’ts
  • Learning lessons
  • Metrics to measure
  • Best practices
  • Whatever you guys ask!

Check out the info below for more details and head over to the event registration page to claim your spot. This is going to be a great event, and we hope to see you there!

Title: Really Cool (Social Media) Case Studies

Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Location: The Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20009


  • Jason Townsend, Online Communications Professional, NASA
  • Jesse Rauch, President, Friends of Screen on the Green
  • Brendan Hurley, SVP of Marketing and Communications, Goodwill of Greater DC

Moderator: Joe Gizzi, Marketing Strategist, New Media Strategies


Yes, we are now charging a nominal fee for our panels – but only because we want to make them better for you! We plan on having bigger, better, boozier events this year, and a few dollars goes a long way towards making that happen.

You can pay via Paypal on the event registration page ($6.11 with fees) or at the door ($8). We will have Squares available so you can pay with credit cards at the door.

See you all there!

1 Comment

  1. Looking forward to the event!

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