MetroImma.com Hosts Jewish Social Media Shmooze Event November 15th
NEW YORK, November 15, 2010 – MetroImma.com, the only online social networking site geared towards Jewish moms, will host its Jewish Social Media Shmooze event Monday, November 15. This event is geared towards moms who are interested in learning how brands and bloggers are utilizing social media tools to create brand awareness and a following. Hosted by MetroImma and Esti Berkowitz of Primetime Parenting, the panel will be moderated by guest speaker Stephanie Grayson-Zane, a communications expert and social media enthusiast. Panelists include Ken Krimstein, author of Kvetch As Kvetch Can; Hadassah Sabo Milner, blogger at In the Pink; Chaviva Galatz, blogger at Kvetching Editor, and Jodi Samuels, co-founder of MetroImma.
The web site that offers a Jewish twist to the standard areas that interest moms – schools, how to save money, cooking, beauty, fitness, travel with children, juggling marriage and children, and other general childrearing issues – is always looking for ways to bring the online community together for an offline and personal experience. All women are invited to attend this phenomenal event where they will learn best practices to expand their client base and turn themselves into a household name.
The MetroImma Social Media Shmooze will take place at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, 450 Lexington Avenue, 40th Floor, from 5:30 – 8:00pm. The event will kick off with a tweet-up where guests have the opportunity to network. There will be raffle prizes and gift bags, and refreshments will be served. Sponsors include: Lisa Brandes from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, jdeal.com, Shutterfly, diaperbuds.com, Oh Nuts!, Manischewitz, Kosher.com, Bagels & Co., Shmirawear and more!
Entrance is $10 in advance, $15 at the door. All attendees are asked to bring ID. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.metroimma.com/events/jewish-social-media-schmooze-1.
MetroImma.com is a one of a kind social networking site that focuses on the Jewish cultural aspects of marriage, parenting and raising children. With an initial focus on the New York area, MetroImma plans to provide active forums featuring other cities. What makes MetroImma unique is that it offers a Jewish twist to the standard areas that interest moms – schools, cooking, beauty, fitness, travel with children, juggling marriage and children, and other general childrearing issues. The site is organized across mommy-focused groups that are run by subject matter experts who moderate discussions and provide advice. Members can also initiate their own groups and conversations and keep in touch with other mom friends in a fun and user-friendly environment. MetroImma is a division of JMedia Connections Inc. For more information, visit www.metroimma.com.