Do you know the power of parks and recreation in your community? Yes, parks and recreation provide beautiful green spaces and fun programming, but they do so much more and the benefits are great. To showcase the impact parks and recreation has in every community, we have put together this short video that we encourage you to watch and share.


 

Share the Power of Parks

Ideas for sharing the video include:

  • Embed on your website
  • Social posts (Facebook, Twitter) using the hashtag #PowerOfParks
  • Send the video link with your media outreach
  • Use video on your city television station
  • Post to your own YouTube channel

Sample social posts:

  • Facebook: Parks and recreation have the power to strengthen communities, transform lives and protect the future. Parks and recreation make lives better! (insert “Power of Parks” video) #PowerOfParks
  • Twitter: This is why parks and recreation are vital to (insert community) #PowerOfParks (include link to “Power of Parks” video)

If you’d like to request the original video file for specific outreach opportunities or have any other questions, please contact Catrina Belt.

Infographic

In addition, we have created a corresponding infographic that we encourage you to share as well.

Power of Parks Infographic

Ideas for sharing the infographic include:

  • Post on your website
  • Social posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) using the hashtag #PowerOfParks
  • Send the infographic with your media outreach

Sample social posts:

  • Facebook: Parks have the power to strengthen communities, transform lives and protect the future. Fact is, parks are the most powerful aspect of every community. #PowerOfParks (photo of infographic)
  • Twitter: The power of parks and recreation is enduring. #PowerOfParks (photo of infographic)
  • Instagram: This is how our parks and recreation make lives better! #PowerOfParks (photo of infographic)

Prezi

You can also use the Power of Parks Prezi in your presentations and meetings. View The Power of Parks as a Prezi presentation.

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