Marketing Your Main Street
Join us in beautiful downtown Millersburg, Ohio on November 6th as we hear from speakers around the state regarding the importance of marketing your Main Streets. The life and longevity of communities depend on effective marketing strategies. Learn from experts in the field on how cities can implement marketing to enhance public spaces. We are pleased to welcome Pat Williamsen, Katherine Buluva, and Jesse Mireles as our speakers for today’s workshop.
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Pat Williamsen, Executive Director for the Ohio Humanities Council, has been a member of the OHC staff off and on since 1985. From 1993 through 2001, she provided leadership to several cultural agencies, including a community symphony and a public access television station. She holds an MA in film history from the Ohio State University. An accomplished documentary photographer, Pat is working on several projects that involve family photographs made while traveling the United States and Europe.
Katherine Bulava specializes in communications-related strategic planning, media relations, public relations, digital media and public affairs. In January 2010, Bulava started HATHA COMMUNICATIONS, which specializes in working with organizations that focus on community development, economic development, foreclosure prevention, and neighborhood revitalization. Bulava has a wide range and extensive amount of experience including consultant work for political campaigns, major fundraising success as co-chair of SPACES, and has been a freelance journalist for Kaleidoscope Magazine. Bulava received a Certificate of Recognition from the Ohio Community Service Council from Make A Difference Day 2006, and was awarded the Best News Story from the Neighborhood & Community News Association in 2005.
Jesse Mireles, principal of Mireles Design, specializes in branding and logo development. His rich portfolio drawn from more than thirty years of work for businesses features work done for various fortune 500 companies, as well as for institutional and nonprofit organizations. As an Hispanic, born in Mexico, Jesse Mireles offers a bi-cultural background which has helped him approach his work with a global perspective that transcends borders and boundaries of culture and ethnicity. His company however is a full service design firm and continues to offer clients simple, direct, powerful visual design and marketing strategy for print, TV and electronic media. Among the many honors, Jesse Mireles’ work has been published in prestigious Logo Lounge International Identity Books; Volumes 2, 3, 4 and 7. His logos have also been included in the Logo Lounge Masters Library Series; Volume 2, Volume 3 and the latest published, Volume 4.