A Day in the Life of the Coordinator of Communications & Client Relations

Well-known artist Andy Warhol once said, “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them for yourself.” And that’s exactly what I, Elizabeth D’Aurora, did after reporting for more than three years in Erie for the ABC & Fox affiliates.

After nearly a month in my office at the newly renovated Erie Insurance Arena, I can say the change has been wonderful so far. It’s a new challenge where I find myself learning something new everyday. I jumped right in from day one, but one thing I haven’t gotten around to yet — decorating my office!

One of my biggest roles as the Coordinator of Communications and Client Relations for the Erie County Convention Center Authority is managing social media. I’m always trying to find ways to interact with the hundreds of thousands of people who walk through the doors of the four authority venues throughout the year for concerts, sporting events and shows. From Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, to this blog, it’s up to me to keep the community informed with what we’re doing to keep the downtown district entertaining. Find Erie Events on social media, check in when you attend and event at one of our four venues – the Bayfront Convention Center, Erie Insurance Arena, the Warner Theatre and Jerry Uht Park – and make sure you tag pictures or posts with #erieevents.

Stay tuned for exciting news from Erie Events on this blog, plus you’ll be able to read posts from our other employees each week throughout the year to get a behind the scenes look at their daily tasks.

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