12/15/2014 (press release: dozierdd) // Martinsburg, WV, US // Devin Dozier
Ever come across an idea so beneficial, that you’d contribute, just to see it succeed? That’s what the ULiveWV.org community website has to offer.
Devin Dozier, an entrepreneur in Martinsburg WV, has conceptualized an innovative online system for businesses, and the residents of the Eastern Panhandle, to collaborate amongst each other for the development of local entertainment.
With over 12 years in sales & marketing and having owned a successful direct mail franchise, that serviced the entire 4-state area, Mr. Dozier is very passionate about promotion and wanted to use his experience to deliver value to the local community. He has designed, and will be testing, a system for the talented residents and businesses of Martinsburg WV, as well as nearby Panhandle cities, to partner together for the creation of unique local events, productions, campaigns, business services and products.
The community website, ULiveWV.org, will allow people of all talent ranges and categories to network together for the creation of unique entertainment, which will be sponsored by local businesses and thereafter broadcasted online. The main aim of ULiveWV.org is to inspire and encourage creativity within the Panhandle by giving its talented residents a very serious and powerful platform for expression. Furthermore, the end product of the website essentially becomes a local online “TV Channel”, that’s 100% community driven.
The site, which will officially launch in the spring of 2015, currently is in a pre-launch phase and is beginning to build its database of talented residents for the creation of events. ULiveWV.org wants to help businesses connect with Eastern Panhandle consumers by creating unique profiles that represent the true value of their businesses. Additionally, ULiveWV.org provides an opportunity for businesses to incorporate talented local residents within their promotional efforts, allowing them to connect socially within the community. All types of talents are needed and the important thing is that all ages and experience levels will be accepted. The only thing required is creativity and passion. Everything else will fall into place, as Panhandle residents create a website where community ideas will quickly come to life.
Mr. Dozier mentioned that, with extra funding for marketing and testing, the website has the potential to contribute significant value to the Eastern Panhandle community and would be a perfect case study for other potential entrepreneurs who may be interested in doing something similar in their own communities. Mr. Dozier says, “The concept is an excellent way for locals to enjoy entertainment from their own family, friends and neighbors, both on the Internet and within the community. By working together to make this a success, we can be an example that other communities may emulate.”
Local Businesses would have access to an invaluable form of promotion, by igniting the power of word of mouth to effortlessly flow in their favor, as participating talent would eagerly share their works of art, via social media, with their family and friends to enjoy. What better way to introduce your business to the community, than with a familiar face?
If that’s not enough inspiration to support this dynamic startup, ULiveWV.org plans to give a very generous 75% of membership fees back to the talents and business members who assist in its growth. Allowing talented residents to generate passive income and businesses to build an extra stream of revenue, just for promoting their selves on ULiveWV.org. How’s that for low cost marketing and empowering the community?
Mr. Dozier explains, “We expect teenagers and young adults to make up 80% of ULiveWV.org’s membership. We want to invest all the resources we possibly can into inspiring and training the youth of our community. With the resources available to them on ULiveWV.org, they can fine tune their talents and enhance their entrepreneurial skills. In the near future, we would like to incorporate online training courses that will train members how to use technology to build businesses in our local economy. I feel it would be a great way to help “fill the gap” that exists between local commerce and worldwide commerce.”
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