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Salmon Arm gets YouTube presence

A new way to market Salmon Arm can be found on YouTube.

Five videos, each with a different focus, are now on a new YouTube channel entitled, Living in Salmon Arm. The videos, in five categories – agriculture, commercial, lifestyle, manufacturing and tourism, were created through a collaboration of seven community organizations.

The intention, according to a news release, is to create “an opportunity for community organizations and businesses to share a consistent, high-quality message about the community.”

The seven organizations which collaborated on the videos were Community Futures Shuswap, Downtown Salmon Arm, Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce, Salmon Arm Economic Development Society, Shuswap Construction Industry Professionals, Shuswap Hospital Foundation and Shuswap Tourism, with assistance from Mediability Corporate Communications.

The videos can be found at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoKjQBEWSk4. They will be distributed via trade shows, targeted initiatives and the collaborator’s websites.

 

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