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Advocating from Afar: Virtual and Remote Grassroots Advocacy

Beekeeper Group

When letters containing the bacterium anthrax arrived at the DC offices of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and former Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD) in October 2001, multiple Capitol Hill buildings closed for decontamination. Social Media Advocacy Challenge.

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Pop-Up Events: The Next Trend for Associations?

Associations Now

One company that’s found success is Target, which started hosting them back in 2002. This was the first stop on NPB’s #PeanutPower Pop-Up Tour , which also included Chicago; Washington, DC; Los Angeles; Atlanta; and Lake Tahoe. Located at the corner at the Roger Smith Hotel, the space included a Grower Station, Food Sampling Station, and Humanitarian Station. Use social media to get the word out. Think pop-up events and shops are only for big brands?