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Visit Natchez to host ‘Lunch and Learn’ series

NATCHEZ — Visit Natchez will host the first in a series of educational Lunch and Learn classes Thursday.

The deadline to register for this week’s class on digital marketing is today. Classes are $15 and includes lunch provided by the Carriage House Restaurant. Thursday’s class will be at 11:30 a.m. in the Queen’s Room at the Carriage House.

Register by emailing kelin@visitnatchez.org or call 601-446-6345 ext. 12.

Visit Natchez Advertising, Design, and Marketing Coordinator Amanda Hargrove is to host the first Lunch and Learn class.

“My presentation on digital marketing is a way to educate tourism partners on the importance of having a presence online and ways to keep people updated on what their business has to offer,” Hargrove said.

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