Two weeks from tomorrow, our team will be marching on the Marriott, extension cords and water bottles in tow, for the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Washington D.C.
As always, we’re there for you and we hope you’ll stop by our booth at the trade show (1-7 p.m. Thursday; 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday) to say hello.
We expect D.C. 2019 to keep us busy. So to better serve you, we’re giving you the chance to reserve a 15-minute time slot, for free, during the trade show, to come by the SNO booth and talk to us about anything that’s on your mind.
Think of it as a mini-training or support session but in person.
Of course, you can wander on over any time and one of us will try our best to help you, but we strongly recommend you take this opportunity to set a date with us to avoid waiting in line. By reserving a time, SNO’s technical trainer Alex McNamee or support specialist Thomas Sugatt (you may know him as Computer) will be expecting you and will have your website up on their computer, ready to talk shop.
Additionally, Alex will be teaching two sessions Friday at the convention. His sessions, titled “Break the Wheel” and “Website Must-Haves,” are at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., respectively. Look for room location information in the convention program.