Top Executives from Carnival Cruise Lines, Melting Pot Restaurants and Creative Sign Designs join Bing for "Bing It On" Event at the Wyndham, Tampa
TAMPA, Fla., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA Tampa Bay), which provides ongoing professional development and networking in the field of marketing, is proud to partner with Bayshore Solutions and the Tampa Bay Business Journal to present an evening with Microsoft Bing's Top Search evangelist, Kunal Das, on Tuesday, April 26, at the Wyndham Hotel in Tampa. A panel format, the event entitled, "Bing It On," will be moderated by Bayshore Solutions' CEO Kevin Hourigan and will also include the insight of top executives from companies such as Carnival Cruise Lines, The Melting Pot Restaurants, and Creative Sign Designs.
"We are so excited to once again partner with Bayshore Solutions to bring what is sure to be another highly-regarded event to our close to 500 AMA Tampa Bay Members and those who are most interested in staying on top of the most important marketing trends," says Tara Michelle Hustedde, AMA Tampa Bay Chapter President. "The continued commitment of Bayshore, the Tampa Bay Business Journal and each of our ongoing supporters and volunteers continues to create incremental success offering new initiatives, exclusive and improved offerings and exciting, one-of-a-kind programming just like 'Bing It On.'"
At "Bing It On," executives will share both the highs and lows of their web marketing experiences and explore the many ways that marketers and businesses may successfully integrate their unique content with Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), and social media. Attendees will learn what Bing can bring to an organization's marketing firepower, how the Bing/Yahoo alliance can bolster marketing results, and what to do as well as what to avoid when implementing web marketing.
"Integrating social media and search engine management with web content is a critical element of every organization's marketing strategy," notes Kevin Hourigan, CEO of Bayshore Solutions. "We are pleased to partner with AMA Tampa Bay and the Tampa Bay Business Journal to sponsor this interactive event featuring experts from several well-known brands to share their experience and insights."
Located at the Wyndham Hotel (700 N. Westshore Blvd.) in Tampa, the program will take place from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Registration and additional information are available at http://www.amatampabay.org/our-events/bing-it-on.aspx . This event is open to members and non-members with special pricing of $20 for members. Guest fees are $35. Walk-ups (based on availability) are an additional $5. Registration closes April 21, 2011, at midnight. For more information about AMA Tampa Bay visit www.amatampabay.org.
ABOUT AMA TAMPA BAY
The Tampa Bay Chapter of the AMA, with almost 400 members, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the professional marketing community. The Chapter's website is located at www.amatampabay.org. Monthly events are open to members and guests and feature speakers from well-known companies and brands from both the Tampa Bay area and nationwide. For more information about any of the chapter's events or programs contact Tara Michelle Hustedde at 813-785-5320.
ABOUT BAYSHORE SOLUTIONS
Tampa Internet marketing company Bayshore Solutions offers award-winning capabilities in Web design, Web development and interactive marketing. The Tampa Web site design company has delivered custom Web applications to over 1,500 clients in 54 countries. Bayshore Solutions was founded in 1996 and has delivered Web marketing strategies, professional website design and development services throughout the USA and internationally with physical offices accessible to Tampa, Orlando, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Dade County, and Broward County in Florida.
ABOUT TAMPA BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL
The TBBJ is part of the Charlotte, N.C.-based American City Business Journals which offers the best in local business news from coast to coast with 40 other sister newspapers. Our strategy is simple: To provide the most comprehensive, exclusive coverage of local business in Tampa Bay . To do this, we're committed to top-quality journalism, unexcelled service to readers and advertisers, and active involvement in the local business community.
SOURCE AMA Tampa Bay