Social Media Outreach

As a promoter, it’s your job to share your event through social media with your friends, family, and community! Here are some resources to get you started:

Press Kit
Director’s Statement
Film Images
Social Media Images
Film Clips
Easy, Light & Smooth
The Running People
Example Facebook Posts
I’m hosting a screening of the inspirational film “Run Free – The True Story of Caballo Blanco” on [Date] at [Theater]! Proceeds benefit Norawas de Rarámuri, which works to provide maize, non-GMO seed corn, and cash awards for Rarámuri runners, men and women alike, in this way offering both nutrition during drought and support for a tradition of small farms necessary to both physical and cultural survival. The screening will only happen if we sell [Tickets Needed] before the deadline, so purchase your ticket today at [Event Page URL]!

Join me in watching the inspirational film “Run Free – The True Story of Caballo Blanco”! Proceeds benefit Norawas de Rarámuri. Go to [Event Page URL] and buy a ticket today through Tugg, Inc!

“Run Free – The True Story of Caballo Blanco” is an emotional documentary that tells the story of Micah Ture (Caballo Blanco) and his quest to create an ultra marathon with the Rarámrui (Tarahumara) runners in Mexico’s Copper Canyon. We’re hosting a screening of it on [Date] at [Theater]! Go to [Event Page URL] and reserve your tickets now before they all sell out!

Note: A Facebook post is on average only seen by 15% of your friends or followers, so don’t rely on just a couple of posts. Keep sharing, that’s the only way to guarantee your message gets out!

Also, be sure to tag Run Free and Tugg’s Facebook page in these posts so that we can help get the word out about your screening.

Next: Creating Your Facebook Event