It's A Beautiful Day In Deception Bay everyday

The word is gathering around social media in particularly that things are changing in Deception Bay for the better.

The positive vibe has been create in a bid to change the unpopular and not always accurate description that has been applied to the area.

For a long while transport or lack of it, was partly to blame however now with Redcliffe rail line fully operatioal along with connecting bus links things have definitely improved.

The locals did not wish to rest on these laurels and rather kick start a positive attitude which they hope will go a long way to giving its a new description.

Recently the Moreton Bay Central Commerce (MBCC) Inc. was asked by Erin Smith, reporter for the Redcliffe Herald, what our vision was for Deception Bay for the next 5 years and Erin ran a very positive and engaging series of articles that captured the very essence of what we saw as the greatest attributes of the area as well as how we felt we could best capitalise on them.

The response has been remarkable with even more suggestions about how we can improve and build upon the areas attributes, and we believe that Deception Bay’s time to shine has arrived which has to be good for business.

Based on this and the events that led to up to it, the MBCC Inc has launched a campaign – it’s more like a movement – to highlight and celebrate all that is wonderful about Deception Bay and surrounding areas.

We have called it “It’s a beautiful day in Deception Bay” and we would love for you to get on board.

The purpose of this campaign is to highlight the beauty of the bay in which we live and work, through photography and story-telling.

We have created a dedicated Facebook page where people can post their photos of the bay and where people can also share stories (250 words or less) of random acts of kindness by locals.  Judging will take place at the end of each month and winners are to be recognised on the page and by way of small, surprise gifts from the business community.

To see progress on the campaign and interaction by others in the area go to: https://www.facebook.com/dbayrocks/

 

 

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