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August 7, 2014

Women in Business to host Leigh Farrow

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The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Women in Business: The Power of Your Brand with Leigh Farrow on August 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 290 Alfred Thun Road. The cost for this event is $30.

In today’s marketplace, your personal brand is paramount to your success. It is a true reflection of all that you are and authenticity is key to perception and reality finding common ground.  Leigh Farrow, Senior Director of Marketing for Comcast Spotlight, will help you determine the current value proposition of your personal brand and identify ways you can work to improve and strengthen your brand.

Farrow’s 25-year career includes her current post for Comcast Spotlight, the advertising sales division of Comcast NBC Universal. She is the communications and marketing liaison between the Southern Division, representing 32 market across nine states, and the corporate spotlight marketing team.

Farrow is a graduate of the University of Florida/Tampa. When not on the road, Farrow spends time with her husband, Mark and myriad four-legged family members. She enjoys oil painting, knitting and is learning to play the cello.

 



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