Post-Momentum: How Are You Doing? – October CMB Member’s Webinar

It’s been a month since Momentum 2016 and we want to talk about what was learned, what’s been implemented, what is on the to-do list. Join us Wednesday, October 12th at noon (CT) for the CMB Member Webinar! 


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Members will receive an email with the link to access this webinar on Wednesday, August 10th.

Our guest panelists – Howie Nunnelly, Program Director (KMOQ, Joplin, MO), Jill Smith, Director of Community Connections (KVNE/KGLY, Tyler, TX) and Dan Young, Afternoon Host/Music & Creative Services Director (SOS Radio, Las Vegas) – will pull out their notes and remind us of the nuggets given during Momentum. So, make plans to hop on the webinar to see what others are doing to take their Momentum experience to the next level!

Members will receive an email with the link to access this webinar on Wednesday, October 12th.

These monthly CMB Member Webinars are an ongoing Member benefit we offer throughout the year. You must be a Gold or Silver Member of CMB to receive access to the webinars each month. If you are not a CMB member, we hope that you will consider joining for 2016. CLICK HERE for more details on CMB Memberships.

CMB Support Contact INFO:

CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman michelle@cmbonline.org
CMB Event Manager, Brittany Whatley brittany@cmbonline.org
CMB Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Education, Cari Kates cari@cmbonline.org
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager, Mimi Renew mimi@cmbonline.org
CMB MultiMedia Manager, Jessica Arrendell jessica@cmbonline.org

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