Bristolallheart.com invites you, community organizations, institutions and businesses to learn about the portal and more! Since embarking on the task of marketing the City of Bristol, the Bristol All Heart marketing team has laid a foundation for a promotional engine with bristolallheart.com as its center-piece, and tools like social media and brochures as its tentacles.
Now, the team would like to inform community businesses and organizations with a series one-hour open houses on what information is available on the website portal, how to navigate it, and most importantly how they can contribute to the site and to the All Heart initiative for their own promotional benefit. Since the soft launch of bristolallheart.com around the new year, the website has received over 7,000 hits, 40,000 views of their videos, and cast a reach of over 300,000 on social media with 3,700+ followers and growing.
â€œFor a while we were building a foundation of communication channels that would help amplify our Cityâ€™s events, organizations, destinations, and positive stories,â€ said Bristol All Heart Brand & Marketing Manager Mark Walerysiak Jr. â€œNow that the foundation is solidifying, we want to ensure the community understands how they can leverage it, and encourage their contacts to utilize it as a constant resource.â€
City organizations, businesses, and the public are invited to sit in on the open houses that will take place at the Bristol Chamber of Commerce at 200 Main Street in Bristol, Connecticut on the following dates and times: May 4: 8:30 am or 4:00 pm May 5: 12:00 noon or 5:30 pm.
In order to attend, those interested must register with the Chamber by looking up the event at www.centralctchambers.org/events, or for more info please call the front desk at 860-584-4718. â€œWe hope Bristolâ€™s business and organizations come out and learn about the community portal,â€ said Cindy Scoville, President & CEO of the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce. â€œItâ€™s a great product and one many communities don’t have, so we’re relying on everyone to become informed and help fill it with your great initiatives, stories, and events to further encourage community participation and economic development.”
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