Young Professionals Video Series
Have you been keeping up with the promotional videos featuring Washington? Catch up with them on the Chamber's Facebook Page, the community website, www.washmo.org, or the Chamber's YouTube Channel, and then set an alarm to catch the final two premieres on Facebook February 2nd and 9th!
For those of us that live in this community, we know how great we have it and how often we find ourselves bragging to friends and family that aren't here about what they are missing out on. It’s a great thing, to be proud of your town, and we wanted find a way to properly share our community with the outside world. That’s why the Young Professionals, with support from local sponsors, created this video series to market Washington to the larger region.
About the Videos
On Sunday, January 19, the first video was released on the Chamber's Facebook Page. It's an overview, showcasing everything that makes Washington a great place for Young Professionals to start or expand their careers. The video was originally debuted on the jumbotron during the 2019 Washington Town & Country Fair, and shown at the Chamber's Annual Business Breakfast meeting on January 9. The second video, featuring Business/Industry and Economic Development in Washington, was released on Sunday, January 26. Upcoming videos focus on Education (Feb. 2nd) and Housing (Feb. 9th).
The video series is a joint project from the City of Washington and the Chamber, led by the Young Ambassadors, a group established specifically to complete this project and promote the area to Young Professionals throughout the region.
Special Thanks to Show Media for producing the videos. Chamber members specializing in video production were given the opportunity to bid on the project, and Show Media submitted the winning bid. The business also provided a unique perspective, as it was created by three young entrepreneurs, including one that lives in Washington.
An extra special thank you goes to the following businesses that sponsored the video series - Bank of Franklin County, Bank of Washington, Citizens Bank, and First State Community Bank.
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