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‘Doorway to key information’ says Fassbender

The City of Langley has introduced a flash multi-media presentation featuring content from the City of Langley, the Downtown Langley Business Association, and Tourism Langley.

Designed for business investors, prospective residents, and students who want to learn about the advantages of living, learning, working, and playing in the City of Langley, this multi-media presentation provides engaging videos, key decision-making documentation and comprehensive reports.

“This multi-media presentation, created in collaboration with the DLBA and Tourism Langley, represents a one-stop shopping gateway to discovering why the City of Langley is The Place to Be,” said City Mayor Peter Fassbender.

“It will become a central doorway to key information for all prospective businesses, investors, and future residents.

“The City of Langley’s leading-edge communications tool connects to the internet to display information that is always relevant and up-to-date from the three organizations,” he continued.

“It is the best way for residents and prospective buyers to stay in the know and get insider knowledge about what’s going on in the City of Langley. Because of its virtual format, the presentation also conforms with the City’s strategic initiative to reduce paper waste and seek more environmentally-friendly ways to communicate with the population.”

The multi-media presentation, can be downloaded from the City of Langley’s website at city.langley.bc.ca and will also be distributed on a USB flash drive at trade shows and other events.

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