Vetting Process for Requests to publicize events

The board has approved a standard process for when any group asks us to promote an event to our affiliates, on our website or in the Digest. (Paid ads would not use this process.) At least two Marketing Committee directors would consider the request and make the decision. If something is especially “hot” it can be brought to the Board.
Questions for the requestor

  1. Describe your event. (Who, What, When, Where, Cost if any) or provide a publicity flier/link
  2. Has NARSOL or a NARSOL affiliate been actively involved in the planning of this event? If yes, in what capacity?
  3. What impact are you hoping for from your event? For example, how might your event help change public perceptions, or assist persons impacted by the registry?
  4. How many people do you anticipate will participate?
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