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Promote Your Event
How to Start Promoting Your Event
Make sure your event is visible.
- Is your event listing and information at aisc.org/steelday correct?
- Do you have event information on your own website?
- Have you created a SteelDay promotional flyer?
- If you were attending your own event, would you be able to find what you need?
Let people know you're hosting an event.
- Tell every member of your organization about your SteelDay event.
- Ask them to tell everyone they know about it!
- Include information about your event in your company newsletter or magazine.
- Add the SteelDay logo to your company website, along with your event information.
- Invite all your contacts to your event--everyone you know!
- Consider making SteelDay your annual customer appreciation day.
Told everyone you know? Tell a few more people!
- Mail an invitation to local architects, engineers, and contractors.
- Add the SteelDay logo to all your internal and external documents.
- Invite a local high school, community college, or university to your facility.
- Send a press release to local television stations and newspapers about your involvement in SteelDay and about some of the local projects you have been involved in.
- Invite the mayor, local legislators or dignitaries, or your local Chamber of Commerce.
Social Media Quick-Tips
- Include a picture in every post
- Do not use punctuation in any hashtag
- Connect with users via the SteelDay hashtag and invite them to your event
- If you're celebrating #SteelDay register for our event [name of event] and receive a personalized demo! <event link>
- We're excited to host a #SteelDay event! See you Sept. 25! #WeAreSteel [include picture of your shop/something related to your event]
- We're thrilled to be one of the SteelDay hosts! Take a pic and tag us using #SteelDay and #WeAreSteel at our event!
- You're invited to our #SteelDay event on [date]! Come network and let us know how we can help with all of your steel needs!
Please use the following links in your SteelDay promotion: