New Web Presence For Chamber

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WATERBURY — The Waterbury Regional Chamber, in collaboration with Brass City economic-development officials, has released an image-building website, WhyBeHere.com. Originated by chamber President and CEO Lynn Ward and created with economic development partners including Waterbury Mayor Neil M. O’Leary and Ronald J. Pugliese, the city’s economic-development director, the Waterbury Development Corp. (WDC) and Main Street Waterbury, the website features a YouTube video and theme song “Be Here,” produced by Tom Peterson of Thynk Tank.

“Our ambition with this branding campaign via a YouTube video and website,” explains Ward, “is that Waterbury is very much open for business. We realize that social media is the most effective and rapid method for building awareness of the exceptional opportunities that exist in "http://sbcselpa.org/media"> for people to work, live, learn and play.”

The site offers insights into the richness and diversity of living, learning, working and playing in the Brass City from the perspectives of some of Waterbury’s most influential and dedicated political, employment, artistic, educational, retail, manufacturing, restoration and leisure activity professionals.

 
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