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Delta Force kicks off with “Media Day”

ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) — The Delta Force Leadership Program is a networking opportunity for Delta County employees.

“I thought it would be really cool to learn more about my community that I don’t really know but have lived here all my life,” said Drifter’s Restaurant employee Heavenlee Royer.

They learn skills to take back to the workplace, including marketing and team building.

“If you invest me a little more in the leadership role, I’d like to feel more comfortable speaking in front of people,” said Kelly Brown, sales associate and office manager at Nyman’s Jewelers.

The class also learns more about their community to become more involved.

“I want to take back the history that I learned. I want to take back the connections I make with local business owners and employees because my job is to tell the story of Delta County,” said Visit Escanaba videographer and photographer Jason Hamer.

“I want to grow in my leadership role that I’ve just been a part of and learn more about the community I’ve been working in for some time,” said Amanda Jo Kleikamp, ​​ambulatory care unit supervisor at the oncology clinic. at OSF St. Francis Hospital.

On Thursday, the class learned about the different types of media – print, radio and television.

“Marketing your businesses. How to set up style sheets, ensure your branding is consistent and also social media tips and tricks,” said Ian Peltier, Commercial Loan Officer at Bay Bank in Gladstone.

Next month, delta force will learn about health and safety with OSF St. Francis Hospital.

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