Thursday, October 8, 2009

Brown Bag Lunch Series: Tuesday Oct 13 Web Site Basics

You are invited to attend the first free workshop titled,
Web Sites Basics
Tuesday, October 13
Noon at The Midas Center
Pre-Ordered boxed lunches are available for $5.

Our objective is to help businesses succeed.
To help reach this goal, we are offering a Brown Bag Lunch Series of workshops that will bring business minded people together to learn best practices on result driven marketing tips.

Have you always wanted to have a web site for your business but have no idea how or where to start?

If you are a business leader interested in learning the basic steps to get your own website up and running, you will benefit from this workshop. Bring all of your questions and worries with you for this quick and easy 30 minute workshop on Tuesday, October 13 at The Midas Center, 100 W Garro Street, Suite A, Downtown Plymouth. Presentation will begin at noon and will last no longer than 20 minutes with a 10 minute Question and Answer session.

This free workshop, "Web Site Basics" is the first of several upcoming lunchtime presentations that The Midas Center is preparing as part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series. Presentations will be led by owner, Andrea Cook and are designed to help businesses in Plymouth and surrounding areas grow. Future workshops will cover topics such as "What is Social Media," and "Branding: It's Not Just For Cows."

The Midas Center is an award-winning communications agency that provides marketing, advertising, public relations and design services to businesses in Plymouth and surrounding areas. Recently relocated from Chicago, The Midas Center has served clients from all over the world, from many industries and of all sizes. Now, The Midas Center is located in downtown Plymouth and is positioned to help businesses turn their vision into results.

To get the latest updates on business tips, promotions, events and client announcements, visit the blog at This blog is created as a resource, a live wire connecting businesses to what they need to know about communications in the marketplace and in the community.

For more information, visit, or email Andrea Cook at


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