Engaging The Media:
How to Make Positive PR and Good Media Relations a Reality
Are you tired of taking it on the chin with local, regional or national media? Then this workshop and panel discussion is for you.
Learn from these experienced professionals how you can engage the media successfully, so that you can build your business through more positive media coverage.
Executive Director of the IMHA. Mark has held a number of press conferences and media events. He has a Bachelors degree from Taylor University with a major in Public Relations and a concentration in communication studies.
L. A. "Tony" Kovach
Publisher of MHMSM.com and Marketing Consultant. Tony had a journalism scholarship to the University of Oklahoma. Tony has obtained dozens of positive newspapers articles on manufactured housing for clients, in publications such as the Chicago Sun-Times, Amarillo Globe-News, Boomers Magazine, Moxie Magazine, The Senior Connection, Pioneer Press, Wausau Daily Herald and more.
Industry in Focus Reporter for Manufactured Home Marketing Sales Management (MHMSM.com) trade media. Matthew has been a journalist for the National Jewish Post & Opinion, the Indiana Jewish Post & Opinion, Senior Life Newspapers and Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana. He is also publicist for the Jewish American Affairs Committee of Indiana
IT, WebTech and Production manager for MHMSM.com. Bob has 20+ years of online marketing, and his SEO strategies have helped make MHMSM.com the most-read medium for the manufactured home industry. Bob will provide tips on using social media and other online resources as positive ways to engage the media and public in your market.
Bring your questions, experiences and ideas to the Engaging the Media Workshop at the MHI Congress in Las Vegas on Thu at 11:15 PDT. This could be the start of something good for the Industry as we learn how to engage the media successfully and profitably.
Note: We have tentatively scheduled this same panel discussion in Tulsa, OK at 2-3 PM, in conjunction with the Great Southwest Home Show. Some of the panelists noted above may not be able to attend the workshop in Tulsa due to prior commitments, so the details are pending.