Event: Managing Creative at Brooklyn Park, MN College Campus

Creative. It’s not just a concept, it’s a workforce. Managing creative teams provides challenges that require individuals with design knowledge and business savvy. Add in social media and the list of demands travels around the clock at the speed of light.

Join us Thursday August 11, 2011 at 6:00 P.M. CT at the Brooklyn Park,  MN college campus  Technology & Design Center for an insider’s look at managing creative and social media from the perspective of creative savants Aaron O'Keefe and KC Glaser.

Aaron O'Keefe is an account supervisor at Colle+McVoy and has been in the advertising field for seven years and has worked on national and global brands such as Northwest Airlines, Brawny, and Caribou Coffee. Aaron has worked with a range of media including television, print, online, and even guerrilla marketing.

KC Glaser is the Founder of Kory-Chris Productions, which specializes in graphic design and social media. KC has worked for companies including Dairy Queen and Activision in brand management and interactive production.

This is an evening you won’t want to miss. Attend at the campus or watch our live online broadcast via Justin.tv/FileNew

When: Thursday, August 11, 2011 6:00 p.m. CT

Price: There is no cost to attend this event

To Register Call: 763-315-6124

Location: Rasmussen College Tech & Design Center

8245 93rd Ave N

Brooklyn Park, MN 55445

Or online at Justin.tv/FileNew.

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