Facebook and Twitter Posts

As a promoter, it’s your job to share your event through social media with your friends, family, and community!  Here are some sample posts to help you.

Example Facebook Posts

I’m hosting a screening of the inspirational film ”Legends of the Knight” on [Date] at [Theater]!  Proceeds benefit [Charity Partner], which [Charity Partner's Mission].  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 “Legends of the Knight”! Proceeds benefit [Charity Partner].  Go to [Event Page URL] and buy a ticket today through Tugg, Inc!

“Legends of the Knight” is an uplifting documentary that tells the stories of individuals who were inspired to become heroes in their own lives because of their childhood love of Batman.  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 Legends of the Knight’s and Tugg’s Facebook page in these posts so that we can help get the word out about your screening.

Example Twitter Posts:

So excited for my screening of @batmanfilm. Come out and join the community in viewing this uplifting film: [Event Page URL]

Reserve your Tickets for “Legends of the Knight” @batmanfilm. Proceeds benefit [Charity Partner]. [Event Page URL]

We only need [Tickets Needed] to guarantee our screening of @batmanfilm at [Theater Name].  Visit [Event Page URL] and buy your ticket today.

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