1125 Brookside Ave
Everyone has a story. Some are heard by the masses. Others never see the light of day. Have you ever wondered how local businesses, people, and events get their stories covered by the media? This class will share, step-by-step, how to “pitch” your story to local media. You’ll leave with tips on the best way to get your message heard and even a few media contacts. The class with end with a Q&A. *All tangible barter items will be donated to local domestic violence shelters!
Bring one of the following:
*I have attended a training and arranged with Trade School to be the class volunteer
A knitting or yoga/pilates lesson (my contact info is in the registration email to arrange with me)
One cool story idea
socks and/or underwear (men and women, larger sizes, new)
something else you'd like to offer (my contact info is in the registration email)
About the teacher, Leslie Bailey
Leslie Bailey, also known as the IndyStar Adventuress, is a reporter, writer and co-founder of Style Swap Indy. She has written for The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Monthly, DoingIndy.com, Virgin Australia’s in-flight magazine: Voyeur, and design*sponge.