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Location: University of Texas at Tyler

Room: University Center Ballroom  

Please proceed with the RSVPs and advise the seating is limited. 

Charge to assist with trainer’s travel expenses:  $5 per person.  

WiFi will be available and you are encouraged to bring your laptop or other portable devices.  Please RSVP to if you plan to connect to WiFi so IT Dept. can be ready with adequate access.

Lunch will be available to purchase on campus at the Met.   Menu is extremely varied, with salad bar, entrée, pizza, grill, cold-cut sandwiches, desserts & drinks—all-you-can-eat (and drink) for $8.90 or you can of course eat off campus.


Boots on the Ground Workshops – The Power of Compounding Activists

The Grassroots Boots on the Ground workshop provides the roadmap for building a communications team to utilize the new media tools of blogs, online videos, photos, podcasts, bulletin boards, social networks and other social media related websites to aggregate and disseminate the stories and information that people in your local area need to know about.
We provide an effective educational program for real people to flip the funnel of how information is disseminated.
The Challenge………
How do we take information from inside out to the people so they may be empowered with knowledge?
The Answer………
We create the environment for good content to be developed from the ground up. Next we teach your group or organization how to aggregate and disseminate information to reach the passive majority.

Based on the idea of the:

Your Instructor:
Alice Linahan is a respected and well-known new media expert within the Tea Party movement on the National and State level. During the Boots on the Ground Workshop you will learn her techniques, which she developed over the years as an online new media publisher with Resolute Media Group. She will show how she grew into playing an integral part in holding politicians and the progressive/liberal media accountable by getting real stories out to the passive majority.