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1. Private Schools Look to Social Media in Struggling Economy
- Monday, February 14, 2011
As the economy struggles to bounce back from a menacing recession, schools in the private sector go to work with an eye on marketing strategies to boost enrollment.
There’s a tremendous need right now to understand and maximize the use of social media in marketing for private schools. After all, much of it is free, and being able to engage parents and their Facebook friends, for example, makes sense – considering the vast number of people and connections on Facebook, which has more than 500 million active users spending more than 700 billion minutes monthly on the site, according to Facebook.
- Wednesday, November 8, 2006
The Memphis & Shelby County Office of Economic Development holds a public meeting to update the progress on the Broad Avenue Corridor planning initiative today at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 2849 Broad Ave. Earlier this year, community input was gathered in the Broad Avenue Corridor charrette process as a test case for the Unified Development Code. The new code is being drafted to update and overhaul the current city-county zoning and subdivision regulations. For more information, call Gene Bryan at 379-7850 or e-mail Eugene.Bryan@shelbycountytn.gov. See Page 1 for full preview story.
3. Archived Article: Law Analys
- Thursday, February 12, 1998
A look back A look ahead A look back A look ahead By JEFF WEINTRAUB Special to The Daily News A strong economy led the headlines for 1997, with low inflation and a tight labor market. The UPS strike and huge settlements, such as those against Home D...