The Prattville Chamber is sponsoring a seminar by Tony Rubleski TODAY, and there are seats available, last I heard. What’s funny is he is able to do this seminar (at this price) because he’s already in town doing a (much more expensive) seminar for another group, and THAT seminar is sold out. Granted, this is going to be a shorter session, but it’s not often you get to see (and given the size of this venue, probably talk to if you like) a nationally recognized marketing guru for $35.
The chamber’s number is at the bottom; they’re open at 8 a.m. this morning. Call them if you want to go.
“Capturing the Mind of your Customer: How to Win More Business in a Challenging Economy”
Speaker: Tony Rubleski
Thursday, February 12th
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
at the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce
131 North Court Street, Prattville
Cost: $20 for Chamber Members; $35 for Non-members
For more information, please contact us at 334-365-7392.
I contributed a review of The Dark Knight to Auburncomics.com – read it here. 🙂
The Auburn Knights will have their annual reunion this weekend. Montgomery Advertiser story.
I like to think that in some parallel universe I got to play with the Auburn Knights as a regular band member, but truthfully I went to AUM and anyway I was probably never that good. However, I was asked to play in the ’30s reunion band some years ago by Charlie Higgins, known to the Auburn faithful as both the irresistable force AND the immovable object behind the AKAA reunion. Starting last year, I was fortunate enough to be asked to play in the ’90s reunion band. My spot in the ’90s band is provisional, year to year, and dependent on my continuing to pay those alumni bari sax players to stay away whether or not alumni want to participate, but they know I’ll always jump at the chance.
This is what I get for twittering snarky things about the new Birmingham logo. A friend at al.com challenged me to critique the new design. First, let me say for the record I have no opinion about the name change, the wisdom of changing the name, etc. In my business, of course, change is good. 🙂
Here is a link to the graphic in question. The caption mentions that the Mayor of Birmingham, Larry Langford, designed it.
… and puts the previous whining in perspective. R.I.P. Olive.