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IABC/Detroit Announces April Professional Development and Networking Events
Date:4/8/2008

DETROIT, April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Mark your calendars for these training and networking events hosted by the International Association of Business Communicators Detroit Chapter (IABC/Detroit)!

April 16 Luncheon Session: Get the Message

How does your healthcare organization's message impact its market share? Find out when our group of healthcare marketing panelists discusses how healthcare messaging has impacted today's marketing landscape.

Join Host Deena Centofanti, Healthworks reporter and co-anchor of FOX 2 News Weekend for a lively discussion with panelists Lisa Vallee-Smith, CEO, Airfoil Public Relations; Sharyl Smith, Director of Integrated Communications, DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital; Matt Friedman, firm partner, TannerFriedman Strategic Communications; Ellie Cruze, Statewide/National Advertising, mlive.com and Therri Oberdick, Sales Manager, Michigan Business Review/Health Michigan.

They'll share their experience and insight about recent successes as well as tips for dealing with an influx of competition and crafting a successful message. Sponsored by DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital, Get the Message takes place at Troy's Automation Alley from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

This session is part of a monthly professional development program. Lunch is provided by Two Unique Catering. The cost to attend the program is $30 for IABC members and $45 for non-members. Reservations can be made online at http://www.iabcdetroit.com or by contacting Nancy Skidmore at nskidmore@earthlink.net or 248-546-5490.

April 22 Networking Event: Spring Fling

Join your friends from IABC/Detroit in celebration of the dawn of a new season at the first annual IABC/Detroit Spring Fling -- an evening to relax, unwind and dust off the cobwebs of a long cold winter. The program runs from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. (or until the sun goes down) at Ronin (326 W. Fourth Street, Royal Oak). The
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