The Garrett County Chamber of Commerce's inaugural LUNCH N LEARN. Enjoy a light lunch while you learn from an industry professional.
Does Facebook, Instagram and YouTube make you feel overwhelmed (and maybe a little ancient)? Are you tired of customers asking you if you're on social media? Would you like to reach new potential customers, but don't know where to start? Then this talk is for you. Kendall will teach you some do's, don'ts, and inexpensive tips to grow your social media presence, and your business. This event is sponsored by Oakland Oil & Propane and Taylor-Made Deep Creek Vacations & Sales.
M. Kendall Ludwig, president and principal designer of CurlyRed, believes in good design for everyone. She began her company, CurlyRed, in Baltimore in 2007 with the desire to create usable art. Over the past 15 years, Kendall has provided creative and timeless branding, print and web solutions for companies and non-profits across the country (and even has a few international clients!).
In 2011, CurlyRed was officially certified as a MBE/WBE business by the State of Maryland. CurlyRed is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) and a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) business by the Small Business Administration (SBA). In 2016, Kendall and husband/CurlyRed vice-president Mark relocated to historic Mountain Lake Park in Garrett County, MD with their two daughters. In 2020, CurlyRed opened an office in downtown Oakland. Last year, Kendall was named one of The Daily Record's Leading Women and is proud to currently serve as the president of the Garrett County Arts Council.