Virtual Professional Member Event: Brand Optimization with Tommy McFLY and Kelly Collis

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Update on 3.24.20: For the health and well-being of all, this event will now be a virtual session and is now open to all. RSVP below to receive instructions regarding how to join the event via Zoom.

Main Street is hosting a professional learning event focused on “Brand Optimization” presented by popular broadcasters Tommy McFLY and Kelly Collis. This virtual event will be held on Monday, March 30, from 12:00 – 1:30 pm via Zoom.

Tommy and Kelly will discuss the development of their own brand, which focuses on community and fun, and successful branding efforts by other businesses. Experts say that as our lives become easier with AI technology, the internet widens global markets and so much information comes to the palms of our hands, branding matters more than ever before. For more than a decade, Kelly Collis and Tommy McFLY have helped organizations and people create and optimize their brands. Join the hosts of “The Tommy Show” for a fun conversation about branding and getting noticed in an increasingly cluttered environment. Kelly and Tommy will talk social media, podcasting and how capturing people’s attention is a tremendously valuable skill in 2020 and beyond.

About Our Presenters

Tommy McFLY and Kelly Collis are professional broadcasters based in Washington, DC, and hosts of the morning show Real. Fun. DC.  They broadcast live each weekday via an app, Alexa and Google Home discussing all things DC and playing great music. Prior to starting their own business, Kelly and Tommy hosted a morning show for eight years on terrestrial radio, 94.7 Fresh FM in Washington, DC. Tommy has spent his entire professional career as a broadcaster and emcee for events including six years as the official emcee of the White House Easter Egg Roll under the Obama Administration. Kelly’s past experiences include working on Capitol Hill and operating a public relations and marketing firm.

Who Should Attend

In light of the new virtual format, this event is open to all.