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"BRINGING YOUR EVENT INTO THE DIGITAL AGE"


Saturday, July 29, 2017 Cece Liekar-Campanini, Chief Storyteller and owner of The League Lady, gave a presentation at the Texas Festivals & Events Association Convention & Trade Show "Bringing Your Event Into the Digital Age." #TFEA2017 Many links to resources were included and folks can view and download the slides here: https://www.slideshare.net/CeceLiekar/tfea-bringing-your-event-into-the-digital-age-july-29-2017




Below is the bio for The League Lady as it is posted on the TFEA website conference calendar. Click the image to be redirected to the tab to view the full schedule of speakers and presentations from the event.

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