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Thursday
23
MAY

Facebook 101 for Farmers

13:00
14:30
RVAgriculture
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Facebook 101 for Farmers - Brought to you by Colonical Farm Credit

One of the best and most affordable ways to market your business is through the use of Facebook. Most everyone is on it and for the sake of your business you should be too. At our workshop you will learn how to maximize your business's Facebook presence. This event is FREE for farmers & producers. Other farmers market vendors are welcome to attend for a nominla $15 fee.

Items to be discussed will include:

Facebook FeaturesPosting Strategies
Marketing Strategies
Managing your page through your phone
Creating posts on-the-go
and MORE

About the instructor:
Shannon Loy, also known as The Social Ginger is a social media consultant. Her passion is in helping small business owners either learn how to manage their own social media presence through 1-on-1 or group consultation and training, complete social media management or creating and managing Facebook Ad campaigns. Shannon also currently serves as the PR Director for The Tin Pan (Live Music & Events Venue) in Richmond, VA, where she has managed their social media presence from the ground-up since opening their doors in the winter of 2015. Along with

The Tin Pan, Shannon stays busy with guest speaking engagements, training, consulting, and managing small business client’s social media on a monthly basis. Her experience includes working with realtors, business consultants, e-commerce companies, marketing agencies, musicians, event promotion, sporting & wellness, medical facilities and restaurant/beverage industry. To learn more about her services and to gain access to her blog visit The Social Ginger.

About our Sponsor:
Colonial Farm Credit is part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, a financial cooperative owned by it's member-borrowers since 1916.

Our cooperative structure means that a portion of the profits generated from our lending activity is returned to our borrowers in the form of patronage refunds. These patronage refunds are based on the proportion of interest earned on an individual loan. This significantly reduces the cost of borrowing for our customers.

The team at Farm Credit are financial professionals with the experience and knowledge to provide the help you need when you need it. And we know agriculture and country living. We’re locally operated by people you know and trust.

Our combination of competitive rates, personal service and extensive local knowledge is unmatched in the financial world. Just contact us and see what we can do for you.

We serve 50 counties in Virginia and Maryland, with offices conveniently located near you.

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