City seeking participants for People of Sequim project


The City of Sequim is seeking participants connected to businesses that support the local tourist industry for a People of Sequim project.

City representatives look to develop a variety of profiles that will be used in digital marketing and social media to showcase unique experiences Sequim has to offer.

The project is planned to run beginning in June and ending in September 2021.

“Regrettably, we will not be able to use everyone’s profile but may choose to extend the program based on interest,” city representatives said last week.

Participants must be willing to submit to a short interview, have their photos taken and sign a release form. Photos may be used in the City of Sequim’s electronic publications, websites and on social media channels.

Those interested in participating in the People of Sequim project are asked to contact marketing coordinator Patsene Dashiell at or 360-681-3421 no later than June 16.

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