Los Angeles, CA, July 25, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Non-profits that need a new website, can benefit from this Saturday’s website building demonstration at MacDayLA — and with proper ID, they’ll even get in for free. Learn about building that website using Freeway 5 Express or Freeway 5 Pro software on a Macintosh computer. Ian Schray, Freeway’s U.S. Marketing Manager comes to us from Portland to give this demonstration. After the formal presentation, non-profit reps will join Ian and others in a more personal discussion of Freeway and web design. Ian will be on hand all day to answer questions. Also included in the free admission are all additional presentations on a variety of topics about the Mac and other Apple-related products.
“We all know a website is one of the most effective tools for any business, and it is especially important for a charity in such tough times. Building a website can be an expensive and daunting task, so we’re happy to do what we can to help people create a professional-level site, and when it’s possible without having to learn HTML and CSS, that’s even better. Charities do so much for others. I just want to help,” says Deb Shadovitz, internationally acclaimed author and producer of MacDayLA.
MacDayLA takes place at Busby’s on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. The full agenda and details are available at MacDayLA.com.
For this free admission, simply send a note from any email link at MacDayLA.com by Friday, July 25 and tell us a bit about yourself and your charity. Then bring legitimate proof substantiating your position with the charity, such as a proper business card or a letter on the charities letterhead.
MacDayLA — a day of learning, networking and fun about Apple-related products and Macintosh computers — happens on the fourth Saturday of every odd month. It features Q&A, discussion sessions and presentations by a knowledgeable panel of experts with information that you can’t get at your local Apple store or a community college. The event is moderated by Deborah Shadovitz who for the past two decades has been known for her expert advice and honest assessment of Apple products.