Business Internship Paper

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Business Marketing Internship:

Project Footsteps

12/10/2013

Fall 2013

4 Credits

August 19th Monday 10am-2pm Orientation, Desk Assignment, Vibe Plans
Meet Team and get fill in on what’s going on. Start prospecting donors for LM80 comedy special.
August 21st Wednesday
10-12pm Prospect donors for raffle items for LM8O. Called down list of potential donors in Uptown area. Created visual content for LM80 comedy specials. Attended LM80 comedy special at 8:00pm Contacted comedians for follow up.
Help organize the event that night. Collected tickets and raffle
7:00pm-10:00pm
August 22nd Thursday 8am-12pm –
Went up through uptown spreading awareness of Taste of Uptown (Street Outreach). Printed off flyers with staff and walked through uptown area handing every pedestrians a flyer. Also promoted Taste of Uptown Minneapolis.
August 23 Friday 10am-2pm
Meeting with group about uptown Taste of Minneapolis. Meet up to discuss plans, goals and out comes. The group talked about the organization of the event, how th

August 26th 10am-2pm
Contact restaurants and confirm contributions to taste of uptown. Confirmed items that restaurants were going to make.
August 27th 10am-2pm
Day 2 Calling restaurants and confirming. Sending donation forms to restaurants. Contacting press and confirming appearances for event.

August 28th 10am-3pm Meeting with venue owner and discuss details of rooftop event. Setting up arrangements for musicians and dancing area. Organizing serving area.

August 29th 8 am-2pm
Vibe: Uptown Taste of Minneapolis
Pick up food from restaurants/

6pm-10pm co-host vibe
Coordinate food and drinks with tables. Help managed music and ushered in guests.

September 2nd 10:45am- 2pm
Monday meeting with staff. Review event and plan next event. Get updated with other program events in me.

September 3rd 10:00 am –…...

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