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April 29, 2015
 

Facebook to host “Boost Your Business” event in Nashville

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Facebook will visit Nashville this summer to host a boot camp-style event called Boost Your Business to help the region’s small businesses grow. Nashville was hand-picked as one of only four locations nationally for the event series due to its thriving small business community.

More details about Boost Your Business Nashville:

* The event is August 27 at Marathon Music Works
* To maximize the benefits to attendees, Facebook is partnering with small business leaders Visa, Shopify, MailChimp and Zenefits, as well as SMB marketing guru Mari Smith
* Boost Your Business Nashville will consist of morning & afternoon sessions featuring a main-stage session including a panel of Nashville small business owners, breakout sessions led by * * Facebook and its campaign partners, and opportunities for networking and one-on-one mentoring with Mari Smith.

Small business can register for this event at fb.me/boost. There is a registration fee of $25. All registrants receive $50 in Facebook ad credits



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