Joey Wolosz, founder of Poem Cellars in Napa Valley, will share wines from their current California vintage release at the Automotive Digital Marketing Strategies Conference. Each evening the conference dinners will showcase rising stars from the Napa Valley. The conference is being held February 1st-3rd at the Napa Marriot Hotel. This premier automotive training event is timed to end prior to the 2011 NADA Convention, which is held this year in San Francisco.
Attendees of the 2011 Digital Marketing Strategies Conference will fine-tune their social media, automotive advertising, customer service, and marketing strategies for the year ahead during this 3-day “hands on” conference.
The workshops and keynote speakers will demonstrate how dealerships can create a powerful digital marketing roadmap for 2011. Industry experts will teach attendees the skills required to take a leadership role in their dealer’s digital marketing success.
The Conference will also feature presentations from leading automotive vendors who will be showcasing their latest technology that will assist dealers with the 2011 Digital Marketing success. The combination of speakers, workshops, and case studies will make this conference a great success.
2011 NADA Convention Attendees Take Advantage of Wine Tasting Dinner
A special wine tasting dinner event is planned for each night of the conference, showcasing a different winery each night. After a full day of classes, attendees of the conference will be treated to private wine tastings and local artisanal meals.
Dealer professionals who would like more information about the conference or would like to register can visit www.digitalmarketingstrategies.org .
About Poem Cellars:
Partners Joey Wolosz, Jeff Durham and Scott Tracy started Poem Cellars to create wine for the table, wine that can be paired with food. The wines are not made in a big, bold, tannic, heavily oaked style often found in Napa Valley Cabernets. Instead, they show restraint which adds to their complexity, elegance, refinement and sense of femininity.
For more information: www.poemcellars.com