On a cold and rainy evening last week, members of the Social Media Club of Fort Worth and the United Way of Tarrant County Leadership Society gathered at the Flying Saucer to
watch the Rangers game hear Mike D. Merrill give his presentation on “The Age of the Brandividual”. Mike, who is the president of Social Media Club Dallas, was our very first speaker when SMCFW started over a year ago, so it was great to have him back at the podium.
Are there any social media-related questions that you’ve been wanting to ask, but haven’t had the opportunity? Do you have social media knowledge that others might benefit from?
Join us Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 6-8 p.m. at Shula’s 347 in the Sheraton Hotel for a unique SMC Fort Worth event that will put all your social media queries to rest.
Anchor Marketing began as a small agency who concentrated on providing their partners with new solutions and fresh outlooks in both the digital and print mediums. Since 2008, they have become one of the most impactful agencies in Fort Worth. We’re honored to have them as an official 1-Year Anniversary SMCFW Sponsor.
There was a lot going on during last week’s Social Media Club event with AT&T. It was definitely one of the bigger events that SMCFW has hosted so far, and even we were a little blown away by it all.
For example, the Fort Worth Club provided us with a long table full of yummy hors d’ oeuvres, complete with a risotto bar.
(That’s right. A risotto bar.)
There were a couple of technological gadgets that AT&T brought for us to demo, including a 3-D phone.
(FORT WORTH, TX) AUGUST 15, 2011 — Hashtag, circles, retweet, and check-in may sound like a foreign language to some, but thanks to the Social Media Club of Fort Worth (SMCFW), more and more people in Fort Worth are becoming social media savvy and learning the lingo. SMCFW celebrates its one-year anniversary this summer and is hosting a party Thursday, September 15, 2011 from 7 – 10 p.m. at the new Barcadia Fort Worth to commemorate a solid first year.