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FREE Training – Essentials for a “Game On” Website

Sep 07, 2017



Heidi Garvin, GROW Nebraska (402) 518-1282 or 

FREE Training – Essentials for a “Game On” Website

HOLBROOK – Can customers find your website? When they do, can they find what they need on your website? Make sure your website is working for you.  Join GROW Nebraska on September 21 for a FREE training webinar featuring Blake Peshak from Provident Promotions. Back by popular demand after the 2017 MarkeTech Conference, Blake will use this training to show you:

  • Why your Brand must be anchored in layout & usability
  • Why you should invest more time and thought into your core message and brand.
  • How to do SEO on your own website

Blake is a native of Hastings, NE. He graduated from Hastings High and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. In 2010 he started his business, Provident Promotions, a marketing group dedicated to creating beautiful, highly functional marketing tools for businesses & non-profit organizations. Sign up now!

The trainings are free, open to the public, and you can participate from any location where you have internet or phone service. 

Register now for this FREE training and save the date on your calendar: September 21 at noon (CT).  Registration is required at to receive connection information.

This month's training is sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development and GROW Nebraska.

Each month GROW Nebraska features a different presenter and topic related to marketing or small business on our call-in format Third Thursday Trainings (T3).  Visit for information on future training dates and topics.  

GROW Nebraska is a nonprofit membership organization, serving over 400 Nebraska small businesses. The organization provides market access, education, and training to launch and connect Nebraska businesses to the global marketplace. GROW Nebraska’s educational programs and scholarship opportunities are funded in part by federal and state funding, along with generous support from foundations and individual donors. For more information, please visit




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