KEEN—for Keeping Entrepreneurs Engaged and Networking—is convening an eclectic and exciting group of top digital tastemakers, leaders, founders and innovators all under one roof from October 24 to 27, 2013 in a three-day B2B and B2C event and expo. This inaugural conference in Nashville welcomes social influencers, journalists, editors, developers, start-ups, small businesses and Fortune 500 brands to come meet, collaborate, and learn about innovative technologies and new platforms in the areas of travel, technology, food and spirits, family and entertainment.

Omni Nashville, which opened its doors on Sept. 30, is KEEN’s official hotel sponsor and the site of all content and programming. Speakers and special guests will engage their audiences on all levels with talks about targeted advertising, using social for good, Millennial marketing, email campaigns, visual messaging, digital media ethics and much more. Keep up to date with the summit schedule as it evolves.
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Adam Yeomans

Associated Press
Bureau Chief
Nashville, TN
Adam Yeomans is the Associated Press bureau chief for Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi and responsible for sales and marketing in those states. Before coming to Nashville in 2005, he was the assistant bureau chief in AP's Miami bureau from 1998 to 2004, and news editor for Florida from 1996 to 1997. He joined the AP in Tallahassee, Fla., in 1993 as a reporter after working for The Orlando Sentinel, where he covered tourism and economic development. At AP, he helped supervise coverage of the Elian Gonzalez custody fight and helped oversee the AP vote tabulation system that was crucial to reporting the outcome of the 2000 Florida presidential balloting. He led coverage of the Sept. 11 terrorists' connection to Florida, the slaying of Gianni Versace, Florida's $13 billion settlement with the tobacco industry and other major news events. In Tennessee, he helped coordinate AP's coverage of the Nashville flooding disaster in May 2010.