Jan. 22 Luncheon: How Salt Lake Comic Con Became the largest inaugural Comic Con in North America

Welcome to 2014. We have a great line up of speakers for this year, which
required us to make a change to the date in January. But it will definitely be
worth it.

Please join us on Wednesday, January 22 at 11:45 am at the Old Spaghetti
Factory in Orem, Utah for an insider’s view from Bryan Brandenburg. Bryan will
be sharing how Salt Lake City put together the largest inaugural Comic Con in
North American and the largest convention ever held in Salt Lake City. We’ll
also learn how Salt Lake Comic Con has been able to keep the discussions on
social media going long after the conference ended.

As of Nov. 1, 2013, the Salt Lake Comic Con Facebook page had a higher
Engagement Rate than any other Utah based company, reaching almost 500,000
people in the local market each week. The Fan page regularly now reaches
between 600,000 and 1.3 million people a week.

Brandenburg is currently the VP of Marketing and Partner in Salt Lake Comic Con.
He is an experienced and successful CEO, entrepreneur and management
consultant. He specializes in rapid and profitable growth of technology
companies including startups. His past and current clients include Microsoft,
Disney, IBM, Hasbro and Nike. His presentation is a must-see.

Details are included below. Please RSVP to



WHEN: Wednesday, January 22 from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm (presentation will begin at 12:10)
WHERE: Old Spaghetti Factory
ADDRESS: 575 University Mall, Orem, UT 84097
- Members: $20
- Non-members: $25
- PRSSA Members: $15

*Please note that you may pay for the luncheon using PayPal



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