Digital Marketing Summit
scheduled by SCORE
Manasota SCORE’s 2018 Digital Marketing Summit featuring experts from Google, Constant Contact and Market Momentum has been scheduled for June 20.
The half-day event will give business owners insider knowledge on best practices for using email, social media and Google to expand their reach to prospects and customers and to close more business.
“Reach Customers Online with Google” will be presented by Pamela Starr, a professional speaker for Google’s “Get Your Business Online” program.
“Using Social Media and Email to Find and Close New Business” will feature Barbara Langdon, owner of Market Momentum.
Matt Montoya, partner enablement and training manager for Constant Contact, will deliver how to “Get New and Repeat Business on Autopilot with Email Marketing.”
The event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon June 20 at Keiser University, 6151 Lake Osprey Drive, Sarasota, and cost $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Registration is requested at manasota.score.org.
Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-955-1029.
J.E. Charlotte renovates
Venice Perkins restaurant
J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp., a Venice-based commercial construction company, is remodeling the Perkins Restaurant & Bakery in Venice, demolishing and add 1,154 square feet and renovating 2,163 square feet of the existing 6,370-square-foot space.
The restaurant at 1331 S. 41 Bypass will reopen in early October due to the updates needed to accommodate the reconfiguration and widening of U.S. 41 Bypass. The building entrance will be shifted west to accommodate two automatic sliding doors. The 1,154-square-foot addition will be on the southern side.
Once the west wing demolition is complete, new concrete and masonry will be laid to enclose the building’s new addition.
J.E. Charlotte will install new metal framing and drywall, roofing materials, insulation, flooring, ceiling tiles, architectural trim, display equipment and booths. The renovation also includes new paint, chairs, tables and artwork. The kitchen will receive upgraded equipment, plumbing, electrical, a fire protection system and heating, ventilation and air conditioning units.
The project was designed by Beebe Design Studio Architects Inc.