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We're growing our social media presence with #STV150

By Admin on 
Posted on April 10, 2014

Before Sherwin-Williams standardized the formula for paint;

Before Charles F. Brush invented a system for electrifying street lights;

Before Dayton C. Miller and Dudley Wick invented the X-ray; and

Before Alexander Winton sold the first automobile in the U.S., the citizens of Cleveland, then largely a Protestant city, supported the building of a Catholic hospital—St. Vincent Charity—to provide nursing care for the citizens of Cleveland by the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine.  

Since the end of the Civil War—nearly 150 years ago—St. Vincent Charity Medical Center has been providing healthcare to Clevelanders.

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center will kick off its yearlong 150th anniversary celebration on October 18, 2014 at Pizzazz, its signature fundraising event. But before that happens, we want to get our city excited about this milestone anniversary. On May 22, 2014—exactly 150 days until the kickoff—we will unveil a special social media campaign to promote the anniversary. Each day until kickoff, we will be sharing a fun fact about St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. This will include throwback photos, historical facts, Caregiver memories, as well as information about what St. Vincent Charity is doing now and in the future.

Be an ambassador for St. Vincent Charity and spread the word on your social media accounts by using our hashtag #STV150. Our goal is to DOUBLE our Twitter followers and Facebook fans by the May 22nd social media launch. Below is a sample Tweet and Facebook post you can use to help us reach our goal!

Twitter

Celebrate 150 years of healthcare in #CLE & follow @stvincentcmc. Anniversary countdown kicks off 5/22! #STV150

Facebook Post

Join St. Vincent Charity Medical Center as they countdown to their 150th anniversary celebration with 150 days of fun facts! “Like” their Facebook page and you can get in on the yearlong anniversary celebration! For more information visit stvincentcharity.com/blog.

 


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