19 July 2016
|Reminder -- this is only a screen capture. A link to the video is provided below!|
Marketing + Video + Students = a great PR piece for an archive!
Students in a marketing class at UNCA (University of North Carolina at Asheville) were tasked with creating commercials focused on regional historical and cultural sites.
The winning video promotes the Western Regional Archives, a branch of the State Archives of North Carolina.
Check the 30 second video out.
What a neat project. It’s great to see the university partnering with the community to create a visually rich promo for this facility.
Have your local students (of any age) taken on a project to help promote a local genealogical or historical resource?
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