Manchester-Boston Regional Airport travelers met with display promoting NH
A traveler passes a new video exhibit aimed at spotlighting New Hampshire's ecomonic attractors at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Tuesday. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Coordinated by the N.H. High Tech Council, the centerpiece of the exhibit is a new video highlighting efforts that make New Hampshire a great state in which to live and do business.
The project was conceived by the council’s board of directors, who value the airport location as a prime opportunity to grab the attention of visitors to the area, according to Executive Director Matt Cookson, whose communications firm, Cookson Strategies, produced the video.
For its contribution to the video, Stay Work Play NH answers the question, “What makes NH a great place to live and work?” pointing to quality of life statistics, such as a low poverty rate and high rankings in child and family well-being.
The five-minute video, located on the first floor to the right of the main entrance, starting running on Aug. 26 and will be updated annually. The effort was underwritten by Dyn, Fairpoint Communications, Image 4 Productions and Nanocomp Technologies.
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