Fountain City Business and Professional Association meets tomorrow

Important! Remember the Annual Fountain City Easter Egg Hunt is Sat. April 13th.  https://www.facebook.com/events/616730132124412/

A friendly reminder that the Fountain City Business and Professional Association meeting is Wednesday, April the 10th. We’re looking forward to seeing you!
Note:

  • Please plan to arrive by 11:45.
  • Lunch will be from 11:45-12:15
  • Introductions begin promptly at 12.00
  • RSVP is encouraged

Speaker: Frank Ramey is the founder of Enotto (https://enotto.com), a Knoxville-based Internet marketing agency.

Topic:  5 simple ways you can improve the SEO for your business’s website.

Frank will provide five simple tips that will help you improve the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your website so you can show up higher in search results on Google. Why should you care? Higher ranking on search results translates into more people seeing your business when they have a need your business can take care of for them!

When: Wednesday, April 10th.

Time: 11:45am – 1:00pm (arrive between 11:45 – 12:00 to sign in and begin lunch)

Where: Central Baptist Church 5364 North Broadway Knoxville, TN 37918

Who: Members and Guests are welcome! *Please bring/tell a friend or two!

Cost: $10.00 to attend the meeting, lunch is included.
*If paying by check, make check payable to “FCBPA.” We accept credit/debit cards!
**Lunches are limited to first come first serve.

R.S.V.P: RSVP appreciated (but not required) by emailing info@fountaincitybusiness.com or by responding to the current facebook event.

Speaker Info:

Frank Ramey is the founder of Enotto (https://enotto.com), a Knoxville-based Internet marketing agency. He helps small and medium-sized businesses figure out what they can and should do when it comes to growing their business. His agency uses tools like SEO, email marketing, lead magnets, website design, and social media advertising to help grow businesses. In the past year, they’ve helped clients add an estimated $300,000 in value to their businesses.

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