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WHAT'S NEW: #NiagaraMyWay Shop Local Campaign

70 commercials < 70 days

Early this year and late 2021, we travelled throughout the Niagara region producing short commercials featuring the owners, staff and customers of small local businesses supported by the local chambers of commerce. 

It's been such a great experience meeting locals and seeing the diverse businesses of the region from pubs and restaurants to art galleries, shopping centres, water delivery services, clothing designers, hat shops and much, much more.

Select a photo to watch each commercial and check out the #NiagaraMyWay hashtag on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for more examples of the commercials we produced in the region.

These types of short commercials are perfect for branding on social media and capturing the unique features of your business such us your excellent service, quality products or memorable experiences.

#LoveLocalBrant Business Directory Campaign


Promoting Local Business Professionals

Long Sleeve Productions produced social media commercials to promote the Paris & District Chamber of Commerce business directory, including its campaign kick-off video.

The campaign features businesses from different categories - we profiled local health care companies.

Meet the owners of these successful County of Brant businesses. 


Who we've worked for:

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CLIENT: Regional Economic Development Initiative of Northwest Alberta

Early in 2021, REDI came to us to help position a significant new infrastructure project that would help unlock economic potential in NW Alberta and help bring equitable food and goods security to people in the Canadian north. 
A new, national rail line would also connect resources in Alberta to both Asian and North American markets via existing rail networks in Alaska and the southern part of the province.

We began our story with showing the proposed route and the rationale behind the project from both a social and economic perspective. In part one of the series, we introduced animated maps and graphics to illustrate the areas that would benefit from new transportation corridors and potential economic impact.

Part two of the series features perspectives on how individual communities and sectors could benefit from a new rail line.
With the recent landslides, road and rail washouts in British Columbia, redundancy in transportation has become more important than ever.


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