If you’re a park and rec professional, here are some tools for you to share the #ImAParkAndRecKid campaign with your community.

Social Media Tools

Use these images as your profile photo or “avatar” on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Encourage your fans and followers to do the same!

Park and Rec Kid Logo

 

Park and Rec Kid: Playing Outside

 

Park and Rec Kid Art

 

Park and Rec Kid Fun in the Snow

 

Park and Rec Kid Family Having Fun in the Snow

 

Sample Social Media Posts

If you love coming to [insert name of your agency]’s parks with your family, join the #ImAParkAndRecKid movement by creating a kids’ video review of your favorite park! Here’s how.

Tell us how you’re a park and rec kid! Share your story using #ImAParkAndRecKid! Here’s some inspiration.

 

 

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