August 21, 2017

Free Patron Profile Webinar on Feb. 15

Patron Profiles is a new quarterly publication from Library Journal, based on in-depth, trended research among a national sample of 2000+ public library consumers. It has so much to offer libraries!

If you haven’t yet subcribed to Patron Profiles and want to understand how it can help you….especially from a marketing perspective…join me for a FREE webinar: Meet the Power Patron: Insights from Patron Profiles.

The webinar is Wednesday, February 15, 1-2:00 p.m. ET. Moderated by Rebecca Miller, the webinar also includes Jeanne Goodrich from Las Vegas Public Library and Lisa Carlucci Thomas, library consultant, Design Think Do.

There’s so much rich information in these Profiles that can make a big impact on how you allocate resources.

Sign up today for the webinar!

Alison Circle About Alison Circle

Alison Circle is director of marketing communications for Columbus Metropolitan Library. Previously she was an Account Director at Jack Morton Worldwide, a global branding agency, and her primary client was Target Stores. Prior to that she was the National Marketing Director for Minnesota Public Radio and "A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor." She has advanced degrees in English and Fine Arts, and is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant.

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