Eagle Theatre Meets with Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg; Launches Social Eagle

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Representatives from the Eagle Theatre just returned from a trip to Facebook Headquarters in California, and met with Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg. In 2014, Facebook hand-selected Jim Donio, Ed Corsi and Ted Wioncek III from the Eagle Theatre to be part of its Inaugural National Small Business Council, a unique collection of small businesses from all over the country that provides constructive feedback on new Facebook products and solutions. Through this program, Donio, Corsi and Wioncek learn directly from the top executives at Facebook, and Facebook learns from them.

“Last week, in honor of the fifth year of Facebook’s U.S. Small Business Council, we once again had an opportunity to spend a few days at Facebook’s Silicon Valley headquarters, during that trip we met Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg and we also launched a new division of the Eagle Theatre, called Social Eagle,” Jim Donio, CEO of Social Eagle said.

Social Eagle will focus on guiding businesses’ growth by demystifying Facebook, Instagram and other digital media marketing. One-on-one consulting will be offered to a select group of business clients and workshops will also be held for businesses of all sizes throughout New Jersey, the Greater Philadelphia area, and beyond.

Social Eagle will host its first Facebook and Instagram workshop for businesses titled “Don’t Just ‘Like’ Facebook, ‘Love’ It!” The workshop will be held at the Eagle Theatre at 208 Vine Street in Hammonton on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 8:30am to 11:30am. During this session business owners and staff will receive in-depth understanding of what to do and what not to do to maximize their ROI through Facebook and Instagram advertising. By the end of the session businesses will know what is needed to achieve optimum success, even on a tight budget.

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