In November, Alex Kotler of Football Partnerships is putting on a rockin’ panel to discuss how social media is affecting the sport of football, and yours truly has been invited as a panelist. (I’m super honored/excited to be a part of this! Details below.)
So I’m calling on all my Social Media gurus out there to help me prep! How do you think social media is affecting the sport of football? Got a quick answer? Tweet me! Need more than 140 characters? Email me or drop a comment below.
Also, it’s an invitation-only event, but certainly send an email to Alex if you want to become a partner of the event! If you’ll be in Mahattan & are a member of Football Partnerships, RSVP to come to the
party reception afterward.
Big thanks to Jack Huckel (@JRH46 on Twitter), NSCAA Secretary and Director of Museum and Archives for the National Socer Hall of Fame, for connecting me with Alex earlier this summer. And in addition to all the wonderful sponsors of this event, a special shout out to Tim Horton at Soccer Interactive, a community of coaches, parents & players that contribute to and enrich the learning process, for supporting Football Partnerships as well.
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TWEET! Blowing the Whistle on Social Media
Football Partnerships is pleased to announce TWEET! Blowing the Whistle on Social Media, a panel discussion presented by Football Partnerships, in assocation with the European Football Group. This by-invitation-only event will cover how social networking is impacting the business of soccer.
Featured panelists include: Greg Lalas, Editor of Goal.com Magazine, Chris Schlosser, Director of Digital Strategy at Soccer United Marketing, Chris Toy, Creator of football comic Studs Up, Amanda Vandervort, Web Coordinator at WPS and Ethan Zohn, co-Founder of Grassroot Soccer (subject to availability). Alex Kotler, Founder of Football Partnerships, will serve as moderator.
Fifteen select delegates will be invited to attend the function, which is FREE. However, each delegate will make a donation to Grassroot Soccer.
All New York area members are invited to join us afterward for a reception at a nearby location.