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Use #OYES and #ONO to Share Things we Like and Don’t Like Downtown

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We’ve been telling you about Project DTO (Website | Facebook), the downtown task force working to improve downtown.

This week they had their first meeting and out of the gate are looking for feedback from us and making it pretty easy.

The task force is asking us to tweet or share things we like about downtown Orlando using the hashtag #OYES and #ONO.

“The #OYes/#ONo initiative is designed to encourage the sharing of photos, videos, links, comments – anything that represents what we need more of (#OYes) or less of (#ONo) in downtown Orlando,” the Project DTO website explains.

They have cards that you can hold in front of the camera when you take your picture. That’s not a must but if you want to download the card you can do so on the Project DTO website.

For example here’s our tweet from this morning’s SunRail tour:

So start sharing your favorite and not so favorite things today.

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We’ve been telling you about Project DTO (Website | Facebook), the downtown task force working to improve downtown.

This week they had their first meeting and out of the gate are looking for feedback from us and making it pretty easy.

The task force is asking us to tweet or share things we like about downtown Orlando using the hashtag #OYES and #ONO.

“The #OYes/#ONo initiative is designed to encourage the sharing of photos, videos, links, comments – anything that represents what we need more of (#OYes) or less of (#ONo) in downtown Orlando,” the Project DTO website explains.

They have cards that you can hold in front of the camera when you take your picture. That’s not a must but if you want to download the card you can do so on the Project DTO website.

For example here’s our tweet from this morning’s SunRail tour:

So start sharing your favorite and not so favorite things today.