Videotape Inclusive Tourism Stories

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Flip Video Spotlight is giving away free Flip Video UltraHD 120 minute camcorders. Submit your short case study sharing how your organization is using video to make a difference. Click on the link for examples and send your case study to partners@flipvideospotlight.com before October 31.
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Imagine the impact that video would make if every nonprofit organization had a camcorder to share with the world the problems that need to be solved, opportunities that need to be seized, abuses that need to be corrected, and people who need to be extolled - that is the mission of Flip Video Spotlight.

Here are a few examples of how our partners are using video:

http://www.flipvideospotlight.com/learn/case_studies.aspx



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