by Tyler Snyder - Blue Mountain Vice President - email@example.com
Living on the eastern side of Oregon and being separated by a mountain range makes it difficult to see the scenery in the other parts of Oregon. All I see is desert and dirt all day long. But now, the FBLA team has a solution. With the #myOregon Campaign, students get an opportunity to see what it’s like in other regions of our beautiful the state and to show off their photography skills, too!
With Oregon FBLA’s new #myOregon Campaign, students can submit photos of their little slice of Oregon to be featured as the background of the Oregon FBLA state Web site! Imagine going to the state Web site and seeing a picture of your home town taken by you or someone from your chapter! Everyone will be able to see what it’s like in the Rouge Umpqua Region or the Cascade Region without ever leaving town.
This is also a way to show off those photography skills. The #myOregon Campaign is great for those people, like me, who genuinely enjoy taking photos of great landscape or scenery. Not only can your picture be featured on the state Web site, but it will also impress fellow FBLA members around the state. Imagine taking a great shot of a beautiful sunset or a harvest moon rising up over your town.
To submit photos visit www.OregonFBLA.org. Each month, the state officer team will choose one of your photos to be featured on the Oregon FBLA Web site. So go out and take some amazing pictures from your side of Oregon. We look forward to seeing them!
Posted on Sat, December 20, 2014