Get Press Attention at Trade Shows

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HaileyMcK   6/16/2014 7:22:19 PM

Tradeshows can be so overwhelming that having a plan is critical. I would add one point--that you shouldn't forget the folks who didn't make it to the show. I always appreciate a breifing on stuff that I didn't get to see live. :)

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Eldredge   6/15/2014 7:53:18 PM
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As with many other things, you often get out of trade shows what you put into it. Thanks for some great tips for making the most out of a well planned trade show exhibition.

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