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THE MARK is launching a new Social Media campaign “Hello, Bucharest!”

Developer S-Immo is happy to announce that The Mark in Bucharest is launching a new social media campaign meant to make the city a happier city, and needs your support!

The campaign, called “Hello, Bucharest!”, will encourage people to post on social media heartfelt messages that they would like displayed on The Mark building with the help of intelligent blinds.

Please support the campaign by posting on your social media accounts the posts below and then send the links to the specific posts, so that S-Immo can centralize and select the most beautiful messages.

Happy words make happy people, so help us speak some happiness to Bucharest!

Face Book Post
Happy words make happy people, so speak some happiness to Bucharest using the intelligent blinds of The Mark building! Between 17 and 25 of June, post a heartfelt message in the comment section below and we will display it on our building.

Twitter
Speak some happiness to Bucharest using the intelligent blinds of The Mark building! Reply with a heartfelt message for our city and we’ll display it on the building.

To see how the blinds work, check out https://www.themark.ro/HelloBucharest

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