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Time to send events for February, 2012

CM Events FIRST for greater attendance at your next EVENT
TIP: People are busy. Less is more. The more useful information packed into a four-line Events announcement will do more to reach your goals of in-person attendance at your next event. Write your announcement picturing worshippers in the pews, people in the bleachers. A quickly served continuously served queue at the concessions stand. Make sure ALL essential information is in your announcement to get those people to attend. For us, put it is CM's unique style and sequence. Then edit reduce verbage. Try to eliminate any Unnecessary Clicks. Clicks Count, the fewer needed the better whether on CM or elsewhere. -EW

The February 2012 recurrent events will be added on CM soon. If there are important events we may not know about, please contact us using any Contact/Submit button.

Events submissions must have 5W's: Who, What, Why, Where, and When.

Thanks to everyone who remembers to always include Street and Number for location (All CM Events listings must have this).

Thanks to everyone who remembers the unique sequences, style, used in the Events listing.

Thanks to everyone for remembering to include contact information.

If a submission isn't posted within 2 Daytime hours 8am/5pmCT hours, any day of the week, call 270-250-2730. There may be a small omission which prevents the post.

This story was posted on 2012-01-26 03:04:20
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