Becoming a member of Rotary International is a privilege and an honour. Becoming the President of your club after being a Rotarian for just two and a half years is just darn right terrifying! Throw in being the Public Image (PI) Chair of your District (District 9370) and life becomes just a little bit insane!
It is so rewarding to get positive feedback from a client isn’t it?
I recently worked on the Taste of Durban Facebook and Twitter account.
I setup the Twitter and Facebook accounts on the 1 June and worked on them until the 10 August.
I have to admit that I was permanently hungry working on these accounts. Great chefs and exhibitors selling mouth watering products filled my days.
What a stunning festival it was considering it was the first such event held in Durban. I am sure Taste of Durban will be a firm favourite for Durban foodies in the future.
I worked closely with Alex Mayne who is the Marketing Manager of Taste Festivals and she e-mailed me this after the project was over:
Thank-you for all your hard work, the social media campaign has been the best we have ever had on any event. I cant tell you how thrilled we are and we hope you will work with us again on Taste of Durban 2013.
I’ll definitely be delighted to be a part of the festival again. My thanks to Joanne Hayes of Tumbleweed Communications for recommending me for this project. Always a pleasure to work with you Joanne.