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RowanWorks to host media tour, reception Wednesday

RowanWorks, also known as the Salisbury-Rowan Economic Development Commission, will be host for a media tour and free holiday reception for the public between 4:30 and 6 p.m. Wednesday at its offices at the Gateway building, 204 E. Innes Street, Suite 220.
“RowanWorks is on a mission to market Rowan County utilizing the latest in technology,” the EDC says in a press release. “We want to share our efforts with the community by inviting you to join us for a quick tour and some refreshments.”
EDC officials say they have been making major strides in marketing Rowan County to target segments ó companies, consultants, real estate brokers and the greater community.
The tour attempts to showcase the improvements. Some examples:
– A new logo that capturing the message of what the EDC does;
– A complete overhauling of the Web site, including a new buildings and sites database;
– Added audio and video content, plus links to Facebook, Twitter or Blog on the Web site.
Anyone interested in attending is being encouraged to register on the Web site at www.rowanworks.com by going to the “EVENTS” link.

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