Michelle Green
  • Female
  • Hilton Head Island, SC
  • United States
  • HiltonHeadNightOut.com /…
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Michelle Green's connections

  • judy misiewicz
  • LakeHavasuNightOut.com
  • SanduskyNightOut.com
  • Wendell Taylor
  • Korina Kamloops&KelownaNightout
  • Bruce Jones
  • Barry P Finn
  • Shantanu Chowdhury
  • William F. (Rick) Burbank
  • Michael F Loy
  • jason trepins
  • Jay Moldenhauer
  • Mary Carroll
  • Ed Bartell
  • DetroitNightOut - praiZe
 

My Page HiltonHeadNightOut.com

Profile Information

Title
Owner
Company
HiltonHeadNightOut.com / SavannahNightOut.com / CharlestonNightOut.com
Website
http://www.HiltonHeadNightOut.com
What best describes my company
Not Applicable
Interests
Finding Investors, Networking, New Locations, Other
Personal Quote
To never try is the biggest failure I could ever achieve!
Biography
Owner
HiltonHeadNightOut.com
SavannahNightOut.com ~ Coming Soon
CharlestonNightOut.com ~ Coming Soon

If interested in a NightOut.com for YOUR CITY contact me! Hurry...they are going fast. NightOut.com began 7 months ago with the first site and began leasing per city less than 5 months ago. We are now over 130 and have gone INTERNATIONAL! Want to be part of something BIG? Contact me: mgreen@hiltonheadnightout.com

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At 1:50pm on January 26, 2010, Michael L. Atkinson said…
Hi Michelle,

Love the enthusiasm! Let me suggest that you first read the Community Guidelines (see bottom of this page links) to better understand how best to utilize and benefit from FohBoh. I don't want you to get into hot water by accidentally violating the Community Rules by spamming your connections or commenting on any member's wall basically advertising your company :-).

In social media, the best results are often found through leadership and activity, not advertising and self-promotion. Members will find you and appreciate what you offer if you are active, open, honest and add to the value of the Community. The goal is to position yourself as a leader and communicator interesting enough to attract attention to your FohBoh Profile. There, and only there, can you promote your your business (unless you are a paid advertiser, that is). But, the Community Guidelines cover all this.

Happy to have you here and good luck with your business.

Cheers!
At 8:16am on December 23, 2009, Michelle Green said…
Hi Michael,
Thank you so much for the welcome! I absolutely LOVE the site. I'm looking forward to being more active in the near future! I'm learning so much from others on here, THANK YOU for creating it! Any suggestions or guidance you can give would be very much appreciated!
Happy Holidays to you and your family!
Michelle
At 11:54pm on December 22, 2009, Michael L. Atkinson said…
Hi Michelle, happy you're here and can't wait to read your posts!

Happy Holidays.
At 8:55am on December 19, 2009, John Hocking said…
Hi Michelle,
Wow, my head is spinning. Not because I have been drinking, but because I am working so hard at keeping up with you. Keep up the good work and THANKS. Because you make this easier for me.
John
At 7:41am on December 16, 2009, Erik Jensen said…
Thanks Michelle!

I am going to ad some more to my page and see what happens!

-Erik
NyCityNightOut.com
At 7:13am on December 16, 2009, StCloudNightOut said…
Thanks Michelle, Good luck to you

Bill

StCloudNightOut
At 6:07am on December 16, 2009, Dave Lasher said…
Yes! This is great! Thanks for the lead!
At 1:56pm on December 13, 2009, David Callahan said…
Hi Michelle and good luck with your business! Please give me a call tomorrow and I will be sure to give you all the information you need.
856-933-8118.
Dave
At 6:43am on December 8, 2009, Terri Hitchcock said…
Michelle, welcome aboard! Enjoy!
 
 
 

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