How was your 2017?
For us, 2017 was all about the amazing things you are doing with CultureSpots and the communities you are positively impacting with your work. Check out a few examples of what you’ve all been up to…
- A natural history museum published a comprehensive audio tour of its diaoramas, specimens, programs and much more! – spts.us/ansp
- A public arts organization created multiple audio tours for visitors to learn about and appreciate the region’s wide array of sculpture, historic figures, buildings and natural points of interest. – spts.us/bca
- A children’s hospital created a companion audio guide for a beautiful sculpture garden that visitors can enjoy in memory of a family’s beloved child. – spts.us/wm
- A historical society published an audio guide of notable stories and contextual information for an exhibit about a well-known historical figure – spts.us/chs
See and hear what I mean? Just AWESOME!!! And so inspiring.
As we wind down another year, we didn’t want to start our holiday season without letting you know how grateful we are for you and your support. You have made it possible for CultureSpots to – little by little- fulfill our mission of helping create deeper meaning and more emotional connectedness between us all. The incredible work you do is so important, and so relevant, particularly during these times.
Though we’ve been rather quiet for a while, it’s not without good reason! Besides spending quite a bit of time envisioning and designing the technology enhancements we hope to share with you next year, we’re also expanding the markets that we serve while staying true to you and our vision.
We’re excited and look forward to working with you in 2018.
Have a fantastic holiday season!
Together all is possible.
With enormous appreciation,
Founder, President/CEO of CultureSpots
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