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© 2010 by Jack D. Wilson
The Prescott – Caborca Sister City Committee was established in 1972, 38 years and nearing four decades ago. There has been a strong relationship between Caborca, Sonora, Mexico and Prescott, Arizona over that period.
Video trip recap
Technology today allows us to capture the moment almost anywhere and instantly publish those memories on the Internet. I carried my Flip HD video camera with me on this trip and used it to film the following videos.
I hope you enjoy these videos and maybe they will tempt you to join us as a member of the Prescott – Caborca Sister City Committee. Also see my related post Caborca, Mexico Official 2010 Sister City Visit with lots of photographs.
Friday, October 16 2010 – Welcome Fiesta
Saturday, October 16 2010 – Lunch BBQ at Guillermo’s House
Saturday, October 16 2010 – Noche Bohemia Casa de la Cultura
Sunday, October 17 2010 – Dinner and Dance sponsored by Mayor of Caborca
Photo and video credits
All photographs and videos by Jack D. Wilson. Unauthorized use prohibited without prior permission.
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Jack D. Wilson first visited Prescott in 1995 and has been a resident since 2000. He took a sojourn into politics and was the mayor of Prescott Arizona from Nov. 2007 – Nov. 2009. He now writes a couple of blogs and is President of the Prescott Frontier Days Community Service Foundation.
Check this short video out to see why Prescott Rocks! for film and commercial production:
Wendy Bridges is the Film Officer at the City of Prescott. She can help you find the perfect location for your needs, issue the appropriate permits, and help coordinate your filming with City government agencies. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (928) 777-1204. Prescott Arizona was the site for many cowboy movies including many of the Tom Mix movies. Later, it was the site for the filming of Junior Bonner. For more information on the Prescott Film Office, see http://www.cityofprescott.net/business/film/ or take a look at this short video:
So partner, it is not your turn to find out more about why Prescott Rocks! for your next commercial shoot, TV production of film shoot — you will be glad you did!
Prescott Rocks! I think we could have a lot of fun putting together a series of short videos on why Prescott Rocks! By short, I mean three (3) minutes tops. I would like to get people to advocate for their passion(s), whatever it might be. Maybe you are an outdoors enthusiast (hiking, bicycling, kayaking, rock climbing, etc.). Maybe you are a “foodie” who wants to talk about our restaurants. On the other hand, you might like antiquing or ballroom dancing – the point is, Prescott Rocks! In many ways and a great way to convey that to potential visitors is from a first-person perspective via a short video. I did not mention many other things such as the Worlds Oldest Rodeo, all our museums, our galleries. Whiskey Row, Courthouse Plaza – but you get the idea. If you think this sounds like something you want to get involved in, please let me know. Here is a link to an interesting blog post on these type of videos from the T4 Travel Technology & Tourism Trends blog: