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Social Media Breakfast Calgary #49 - 8:30 am - 10:30am, Friday, February 28, 2014 - WURST Restaurant & Beerhall

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/21/14 -- Social Media Breakfast Calgary #49

8:30 am - 10:30am, Friday, February 28, 2014

WURST Restaurant & Beerhall

The Calgary Social Media Breakfast (SMBYYC) is pleased to announce the February 2014 Topic:

Creating Creative Content: Let's Make a Video!

As an actor, improviser and in his role as the Director of Special Projects at Youth Central, Andrew Phung has had the privilege of working with organizations and businesses on developing video content for online use. With each project he gained valuable experience learning what to do, and what not to do. This presentation will look at some of the videos and highlight how each was developed and ways of incorporating key messages. Post discussion, Andrew will answer audience questions in an interactive Q&A.

Seating is limited. Please RSVP at SMBYYC49

About the Event

When: Friday, February 28, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. (i)presentation will begin at 9:05 am

Where: WURST Restaurant & Beerhall 2437 4 St SW, Calgary

Registration: To register - SMBYYC49

Cost: There is no fee to attend a Social Media Breakfast.

Parking: Street parking is free until 9am. To give you the opportunity to pay for parking, presentation will begin at 9:05 am. It is recommended that you do NOT park in the Safeway lot as they do monitor the parking lot.

Speaker

"You learn by failing" was the philosophy taught to Andrew Phung at a young age. Born and raised in Calgary, Andrew is a unique character with a tank full of energy. He is currently a senior performer and instructor at the Loose Moose Theatre Company and likes to inject humor in all aspects of life!

Andrew is currently the Director of Special Projects at Youth Central. He works with organizations and municipalities on how they can better engage and work with young people. Andrew is alumni of Avenue's "Top 40 under 40" list and was named "Best Local Actor" in the 2013 FFWD Best-Of Readers Poll.

Andrew Phung http://www.andrewphung.com

[email protected]

@andrewphung

Please Support Our Generous Sponsors...

Venue Sponsor - WURST Calgary

Combine great food, 20 hand-selected beers and the old world camaraderie of Munich's famous beer halls and you get WURST Uberkitchen. Wunderbar.

Whether it's a casual drink and a meal in the lounge or a few beers and shared apps at our always-boisterous communal benches, WURST is always best.

Geoff Gobert http://www.wurst.ca

Phone: 403.245.2345

@WURSTCalgary

Breakfast Sponsors:

Pawsitively Portraits: Dog Day 2014

http://www.riverwoodphotogrpahy.com/dogday

This is the 4th annual Calgary Pet Photography event run in conjunction with Pawsitively Natural Dog Daycare and in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Eric Yeung

Pawsitively Natural Dog Dare Care & Training Academy

http://www.pawsdogdaycare.ca/

[email protected]

Phone: 403.984.9247 or 403.630.0934

@PawsDogDayCare

Sean Phillips

Riverwood Photography

http://www.riverwoodphotogrpahy.com/dogday

[email protected]

Phone: 403.615.3708

@RiverWoodPhoto

Special THANKS to our ongoing event sponsors for their continued support of Social Media Breakfast...

Communications Sponsor: Marketwired

http://www.marketwired.com

(403) 266-2443

@Marketwired

Equipment Sponsor: Matrix Video Communications

http://www.matrixvideocom.com

(403) 640-4490

@MatrixVideo_

Video Sponsor: Calgary Video Creator

Travis Cross - [email protected]

(403) 796-9200

@cvcTravis

We Invite You To Become A SMBYYC Sponsor

For about $350, your organization can get some fantastic exposure at the events and online. It is an inexpensive way to get quality back links to your website.

About SMBYYC

The SMBYYC houses an open environment to share today's best and worst examples of social media, as practiced by individuals, industries and organizations in Calgary and around the world. Guest speakers share their experience and expertise of social media use, followed by an opportunity to network with a community of like-minded individuals.

Follow @SMBYYC

Please follow @SMBYYC and the SMBYYC Twitter list. This will allow you to connect with all Calgary Social Media Breakfast followers.

Committee Members:

Donna McTaggart: @donnamct

Mike Spear: @mikesgene

Catherine Saykaly-Stevens: @CatherineNetWeb

Crystal DeCnodder: @Pistol_Crystal

Kaela Caron: @Kaela_Jo

Laura Istead: @DiscoverGreen2

Melanie Gowans: @melgowans

Terry Lo: @calgarydreamer

Gwyn Auger: @magicassistant

Scott Sargent: @ScottKSargent

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