2017 Interactive Marketing SummitLAUREL HIGHLANDS, Pa. (Oct. 5, 2017) – The Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau (LHVB) will host the 7th annual Interactive Marketing Summit, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., November 3, at the Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College.  The Summit will include industry speakers focusing on the latest marketing and social media trends in topics.

“The Interactive Marketing Summit is perfect for business owners and marketing professionals who want to learn about the latest trends and techniques in digital marketing,” said LHVB’s Director of Interactive Marketing, Jared Bundy. “Regardless of your experience level, you will learn something new at the Summit along with the skills do it yourself.”

“This year, presenters will explore the future of marketing, make analytics understandable and prove that there is no budget too small for digital marketing,” added Bundy.

Featured presenters include:

  • Mike Capsambelis, Google, presenting “Creating A Culture of Growth
  • Patrick Patterson and Patrick Van Gorder, Level, presenting “Low-Hanging ROI: Prioritizing Digital Marketing Budgets Under $1,000
  • Pete Baird and Jorge Puron, Red House Communications, presenting “Generation Z and the Future of Marketing”
  • Samantha Barnes, LunaMetrics presenting “Dashboard Democracy”
  • Interactive Panel: Learn 6 New Marketing Tactics in 60 Minutes

The cost to attend is $50 for LHVB marketing partners or $75 for non-LHVB partners, and includes a light breakfast, lunch and plenty of coffee. The deadline to register is October 27. Registration and additional information are available online at: laurelhighlands.org/summit.

About Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands
A magnificent mountainous region, the Laurel Highlands spans 3,000 square miles in southwestern Pennsylvania. Located just east of Pittsburgh, the beautiful four-season destination offers some of the most spectacular natural scenery, outstanding outdoor recreation, historic sites and attractions, classic family activities and world-class resorts. Notable destinations within the region include three architectural masterpieces by Frank Lloyd Wright – Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob, and Duncan House – Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Flight 93 National Memorial, Idlewild and Soak Zone, whitewater rafting at Ohiopyle State Park and more.

Located within 200 miles of the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland and Washington D.C., the Laurel Highlands can be easily accessed from exits 67, 75, 91 and 110 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Visitors to the Laurel Highlands can find information online at www.LaurelHighlands.org, calling 800.333.5661, www.facebook.com/LaurelHighlandsPA and www.twitter.com/LaurelHighlands. Established in 1958, the Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for Fayette, Somerset and Westmoreland counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. Check out the 2017 Laurel Highlands Destination Guide!