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53: Marketing Maven Shares the Importance of Community Building and Finding a Tribe for Marketing | Christina Garnett | RRSBDC

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Interview with Christina Garnett, Acting Marketing Director of the Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center:

This week on Roanoke Podcast for Good, Hal speaks with Christina Garnett, a marketing maven who works with small business owners to take charge of their marketing needs and to create and share their brand. In the episode, we follow Christina as she grew from North Carolina native to English student at Davidson College, math teacher, stay-at-home mom and now the Acting Marketing Director of the Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center as well as a freelancer with a side hustle of her own. Our conversation follows the importance of community building, finding a tribe, the lightbulb moments that have followed Christina’s career, her side hustle as well as marketing tips for small business owners. We even delve into Christina’s passion about the voice that social media can grant people and her undying love for one platform – Twitter.

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