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New #LoveMyCity Campaign Celebrates the Love People Have for Their Communities

July 1, 2019
More than 200 million people across the United States live in a city, town or village that they love.
 
While the country is feeling increasingly divided and polarized, the National League of Cities (NLC) is bringing together top researchers, media partners, corporate leaders and local elected officials to spotlight the connection that residents feel with their cities through the #LoveMyCity campaign.
 
Through the national #LoveMyCity campaign, NLC is supporting local leaders’ efforts to create more meaningful bonds between communities and their residents. Throughout the summer, NLC will share “love letters” from influential voices across the country showcasing the powerful connection people have to their cities, towns and villages.
 
The national campaign is supported by media partners and corporate leaders including AARP, Accela, CGI Communications, Clear Channel Outdoor and Smart City Expo Atlanta.
 
Clear Channel Outdoor will run the #LoveMyCity campaign on over 1,200 of its digital billboards and in its participating airports across the U.S. this summer. Additionally, Clear Channel Outdoor worked with the Out of Home Advertising Association of America (OAAA) to expand the reach of the #LoveMyCity message.
 
In November, NLC’s annual City Summit being held in San Antonio, Texas will be themed #LoveMyCity in partnership with title sponsor, AARP.
 
To learn more about the #LoveMyCity campaign, including the latest news, toolkits and resources visit www.mycity.love.


 
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