Topic:  Think Outside the Inbox: Creative Strategies for Effective Email Marketing
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2022
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Price: FREE
Location: Zoom (link will be emailed to registered participants on May 18).


Patricia Crump, Digital Marketing Specialist at Pushing the Envelope, Inc. 

In her role as a Digital Marketing Specialist, Patricia is responsible for the development and implementation of social media strategies (paid and organic), email marketing efforts, mobile marketing (SMS) services, and pay-per-click advertising. Patricia holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Florida Gulf Coast University and is a member of the FGCU Alumni Association. She has 8+ years of experience successfully implementing digital marketing strategies and recently became a Meta Certified Media Planning Professional. 

Pushing the Envelope, Inc. is a strategic marketing communication firm. Based in Fort Myers, the firm services clients both regionally and nationally. For more information, please call (239) 221-2858, visit, or email

Description: Did you know that 89% of marketers use email as the primary channel for generating leads, and an average of 306.4 billion emails were sent and received per day in 2020? Email marketing has allowed businesses and organizations to speak directly to leads, past customers and even future potential customers! Email marketing assists relationships by speaking directly to these audiences at any point that’s most convenient for them. However, In 2020, the average email-marketing open rate was only 18%. So, how can you take advantage of your email marketing strategies? Learn how YOU can make your email campaigns stand out with Pushing the Envelope’s Digital Marketing Specialist, Patricia Crump.

Event Sponsor: Thanks to our Coaching and Coffee sponsor, Grumpy Goat Coffee. 

Annual Sponsors: CONRIC pr + marketing, LCEC, M&M Multimedia and Southwest Florida Business Today

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     May 19, 2022
     8:00 am - 9:00 am
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