July 8, 2016
The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission has hired Molly Rawn to serve as its executive director. She assumes the role on August 8.
August 25, 2016
Listening to great tunes for three days straight at the Fayetteville Roots Fest can work up an appetite. This year, the organizers decided to go beyond your typical food vendors by creating culinary events that foodies will love!

Throughout the weekend, you can see local and guest chefs like Chef Charlie Ayers (former executive chef at Google and currently of Califa in Palo Alto, CA), Chef Erin Hays (executive chef for Whole Foods Market in Austin, TX) and Chef Matthew Bell (executive chef at South on Main in Little Rock).  In effort to keep the event as locally themed as possible, restaurants and chefs must source as many ingredients locally as possible.
August 10, 2016
The Megaphone Summit (#Megaphone16) is coming to Fayetteville the weekend of September 9 to 11 and aims to gather influencers that create amazing online content. The summit also targets brands who want to work with these influencers and also want to hone their social media skills. The Arkansas Women Bloggers (#AWBU) are behind the summit and are not new to gathering like-minded strategists and building communities.

Stephanie Buckley, Owner of The Women Bloggers states “After five successful annual conferences covering blogging and social media, this conference takes our experience in building community, gathering people from all walks of life in a warm and welcoming place, and stretching attendees both as social influencers and as people.”


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