Patron Technology to Present Two Seminars at Upcoming Arts Reach National Arts Marketing Conference

New York, NY — Patron Technology today announced that Account Executive, Greg O’Neill, will speak at the upcoming Arts Reach National Arts Marketing Conference to be held at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, CA.

Mr. O’Neill is scheduled to present two workshops titled, E-Mail Power Techniques, and Next-Generation Web Marketing and The Newest & Coolest in E-marketing: An E-marketing Lightening Round. The first session will cover techniques that the most successful arts marketers are using to make sure their e-mail campaigns get the best results, and will take place on Sunday, October 5, 2008 at 2:00pm. The second, to take place on Monday, October 6, 2008 at 7:45am, will cover how to make the most of the newest e-marketing techniques, including podcasts, streaming video, blogs, and text messaging.

Arts Reach is a network of leading arts professionals from aquariums, dance groups, symphonies, theater groups, opera companies, museums, botanical gardens, consultants, presenters, festivals, chamber music ensembles, arts councils, colleges, foundations, science education centers, community cultural centers, public radio & TV stations, and zoos who are joined together through the Arts Reach magazine, Web site and conferences. This is the sixth National Arts Marketing Conference that Arts Reach has presented.


About Patron Technology:

Patron Technology, Inc., an online marketing software and consulting company, serves the arts and not-for-profit industries with cutting-edge technology and e-marketing expertise. The company strives to revolutionize arts marketing by enabling organizations to maximize the potential of marketing and communications on the Internet. The company’s main product, PatronMail, is a Web-based e-mail marketing system used by over 1,500 institutions in 49 states and eight foreign countries.

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