#HighFiveFriday to @FargoMoorhead for their #NorthOfNormal Social Presence

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At Onsharp, we love seeing local companies, people, and groups taking part in the latest social media trends. To show our appreciation and love, we choose one amazing social media account to highlight in our High Five Friday series. These accounts may excel because they used an awesome hashtag, have a stellar online presence, or are really good at interacting with their followers on social.

For this week’s #HighFiveFriday, we’re featuring @FargoMoorhead for their outstanding social presence on Twitter. @FargoMoorhead showcases the adventurous, distinct prairie soul that’s alive in our local area. From posting about events to sharing informative lists for attractions in the area, followers are sure to find the latest and greatest local happenings from their social presence alone. Read on to see why we’re giving them a high five this week. 

They share useful lists.

If you’re looking for somewhere to get a drink on the patio or if you’re looking for the best thing to do when it’s hot, @FargoMoorhead has you covered. From restaurant suggestions to birthday perks, they do a great job directing you to a list of some of the best places in the area to utilize.

They feature a variety of events.

With so much happening lately in the FM area, @FargoMoorhead does a fantastic job sharing content that appeals to a wide variety of followers with different interests. We love how they remain unbiased by sharing content that makes us want to try new things in the area.

They feature staple landmarks.

While sharing new and exciting aspects of the FM area, @FargoMoorhead also keeps things traditional. From billboards outside of town to some of the oldest attractions in the area, they’re keeping these pieces of history relevant, interesting, and top of mind.

They’re a fantastic resource for visitors.

If you’re a visitor looking for information, you can surely find it in @FargoMoorhead’s tweets. While appealing to the primary audience of locals, they make sharing information for visitors a huge priority.

Way to go, @FargoMoorhead! Thanks for representing our community well and reminding us that there’s always something new to try in the area. Keep up the good work!