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Traci Pitman  is the Design & Creative Services Coordinator, Office of Institutional Advancement & Public Relations, at Texarkana College. 

If you think this is just another discussion about marketing a community college, you are wrong! Texarkana College has made impressive and innovative decisions to try new things, and Traci has been an integral part of these decisions and strategies.

You don’t want to miss Traci discussing ditching “the way we’ve always done it,” replacing legacy approaches with what today’s students really want. It isn’t an easy process, but she is open and candid about the decisions they’ve made and what they’ve learned. 

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I want you to join us at The Community College Digital Workshop, at Walt Disney World, January 23-24, 2020. This is the first ever Workshop built just for community college marketers that will spend two solid days discussing nothing but digital marketing. 

Learn from fellow college marketers, and the team from Rekrewt, as we dissect advanced digital strategies that are getting great results for community colleges right now. 

Act now to secure Early Bird pricing, and to reserve a highly discounted room at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, the host venue for this one-of-a-kind event. Visit to learn more.

I hope to see you there!

Comments about this episode? Have an idea for a future episode? Please let me know! Email me, Zach Jones, at I’d love to hear from you. 

The Community College Marketing Show is presented by Rekrewt, the leading digital marketing agency for community colleges. Rekrewt works with community colleges to generate awareness, increase enrollment, and improve retention.

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