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Follow This! Expands Its Presence On Social Media Channels To Engage With More Visitors And Tourists Greatly Expands Its Social Media Presence & Company, creator of the official website of Galveston Island Marketing and Tourism, is pleased to announce five digital media channels for Galveston tourism information. The social media channels will allow the company to engage with visitors and tourists by providing instantaneous access to relevant and useful information about life on the Island. & Company will maintain each of the pages. "Without question, the Digital Age is dramatically changing the way would-be visitors to the Island get their tourism information," said Jim Cordell, & Company's Vice-President said. "And now that we can offer that information in a variety of venues, those visitors will have even more flexibility than ever before."

To complement these social media channels, specially-produced Island tourism videos created in partnership with The Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau provide visitors with useful information about Island events and attractions.

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