Once you have a date and place, you can contact friends and family to encourage their participation. If you know your event will be with people you invite, ask what the best time for them is.
Think of everyone in your personal and professional network and let them know about your upcoming event.
Depending on the setting of your event and the audience you are trying to reach, there are many things you can create or include in your community event.
Make sure you have everything you need to be successful in advance at your community event.
Download our Community Representative Interaction Tips sheet for answers to frequently asked questions and general best practices for making your presentation a success.
You can also check out our Giving a Community Presentation guide for more suggestions on how to prepare and execute your event.
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