Social Media Campaign Aims to Show How Residents are "Spreading Joy" During COVID-19
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Partners Such as the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians, Destination Cleveland, City Club Also Participating Among Others
CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH
– Cuyahoga County residents are continuing to stay positive and spread joy throughout their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Using the hashtag #SpreadingJoyNEO, the County and its partners are sharing the different ways residents are staying positive, spreading joy and making the most of staying at home. Whether it be creating chalk art on the driveway, fostering or adopting an animal or spending some solo time outside, the County is taking over all its platforms to share and inspire others to do things that feel good for them during the coronavirus.
Partners include the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Cleveland Indians, Destination Cleveland, City Club, United Way of Greater Cleveland, Global Cleveland, MetroHealth and the County Animal Shelter among others.
Beginning on Wednesday, April 15 at 9:00 a.m., follow the hashtag #SpreadingJoyNEO and share how you are spending your time while staying at home. The County and its partners in the Spreading Joy project will share your posts.