[EMS Discuss] Promoting EMS; Why is open hack night not on the EMS Calendar?
Wed Sep 25 10:09:38 PDT 2013
These are all awesome ideas. Open hack night is on the EMS Google
calendar, which is supposed to be synced to the website calendar. I hadn't
realized it wasn't actually working any more so I'll take a look and see if
I can fix it. I'll also rename the event on the Google calendar to be
"open hack night" since that's what we've been calling it.
I'll also look into the Eugene Weekly calendar and see if I can get us on
On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 10:20 PM, Weston Turner <EMAIL HIDDEN>wrote:
> I think that the "If we build it they will come", i.e., getting a bigger
> space, phenomena will only work so well at getting us more members. But we
> are not helping either by not advertising our Open Hack Night on the events
> calendar on our website.
> Tonight Darrel, Taper, and I were brainstorming about other means of
> promoting EMS, they are as follows:
> KLCC Events Calender - http://www.klcc.org/calendar.asp
> This is a free and effective way to promote events, it was the sole basis
> for promoting a robotics club that I ran for a few years and there were
> often 6 - 10 people that would show up just based on seeing the event on
> the KLCC site. I looked at setting up an event for EMS, but they want my
> email and phone number, so without having an EMS email, I'd rather let
> someone with an official EMS address do it.
> Eugene Weekly Events - http://www.eugeneweekly.com/content/calendar
> Dean at the UO Science Library - Maybe we could put some EMS postcard
> sized flyers on a table or desk at the Science Library.
> Sherry at UO CS Department - Maybe we could do the same at the front desk
> at the UO CS building.
> Craigslist Events/Groups - http://eugene.craigslist.org/eve/
> Go to the Science Pubs at Cozmic Pizza -
> We could see about placing EMS flyers at the donations table at the
> Science Pub, and if members made an effort to go and mingle with folks
> there, other attendees would likely be interested in our organization (same
> target demographic and all).
> If anyone has other free and easy ideas for promoting EMS, lets hear them!
> Best Regards,
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