Snap into Busselton

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Building Busselton town team member Beth Herbert with co-coordinator Lisa Massey hope the initiative will encourage people to visit the city centre more often.
Camera IconBuilding Busselton town team member Beth Herbert with co-coordinator Lisa Massey hope the initiative will encourage people to visit the city centre more often.

Locals, get your cameras ready, the Building Busselton Town Team has invited you to rediscover your city centre with its “Be seen in Busso” initiative.

The initiative will see the public compete for a $300 prize through filming their city activities and posting to the Building Busselton Facebook page.

Team member and Chamber of Commerce chief executive Michael Smart said the city centre had been quiet due to a change in shopper preference and shopping hubs.

“We hope that ‘Be Seen in Busso’ will give the public a reason to pop into town to enjoy the spaces that the city offers and have some fun videoing themselves and family for social media,” Mr Smart said.

Building Busselton is a newly formed group of local residents and business owners operating to revitalise the city centre.

Team co-coordinator Lisa Skrypichayko said she hoped the initiative would bring a sense of fun and creativity to Busselton.

Post video entries to https://www.facebook.com/Building-Busselton-108384297312416/.

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