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Presentations and speakers for clubs in 2017

December 4, 2016 General News 2 Comments
Texas Council  Members. Exciting news for 2017!!! To help clubs with getting speakers for the monthly meetings, we are adding a new feature for clubs to access. The vision is to start recording club’s presentation’s and acquire presentations from notable speakers to place in a library, that will be available for any club to use. This will really benefit smaller clubs, new clubs, or clubs that have a cancelation or trouble getting a presentation for a meeting. We will be posting up an example soon on the website for all to see. We ask that you help us by providing material, for this new vision. If you have something we could use, please let us know.
Here is the link that will be used for this purpose:
We are also looking into a “LIVE” application, where clubs and individuals can see presentation’s, tying sessions, and even casting exercises LIVE from the Texas Council website.
Stay tuned for more!!!!

Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. Thanks for listing me on your “Speakers List!” I am glad to see you are thinking about my idea of live broadcasting speaker’s presentations as well. That technology is almost ready for primetime now. I’ve done it a few times, and it still feels like the bleeding edge though. I am constantly updating my presentations, and have a few more topics to offer as well – just ask! Thanks, Shannon

  2. Ken Bohannon says:

    Dear Council

    I am currently working on my show schedule for next year along with classes on Deer hair, Saltwater and freshwater fly tying.. If your club would like me to make a presentation on upcoming new Whiting Farms Products for this coming season.. I would glad to come down.. I ask that your club cover gas expenses for the Dallas area,, If passed the Dallas FT Worth or out of state… Gas & Lodging… I am working on my new schedule for next year appearances… You can contact with my email or Whiting Farms for seminars and demos.

    Sincerely Ken Bohannop
    Whiting Farms Pro team

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