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White Plains Sizzles

What does it mean to live in White Plains and be a part of the community?

The answer can be found in an exciting new “sizzle video” promoting the City of White Plains.

With funding from the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency, the city sought to create a video that really captured the answers to these questions of who we are as a community, as an important regional city, and as a fun place to be.

“Fortunately for us, we found the perfect people to help us create this video, Nitrous Ltd, owned and operated by White Plains residents Paul and Melanie Rosen,” said White Plains Mayor Tom Roach. “We are extremely grateful to Paul and Melanie for helping us capture the essence of White Plains in this terrific video. And we also extend our thanks to Westchester County Executive George Latimer and the County Industrial Development Agency for funding this project on behalf of the city.”

Paul Rosen, owner of Nitrous said, “As a business owner and resident of White Plains, I often find myself singing the praises of this great city. I wanted to create a video showcasing the great services, year-round events, fellow businesses and of course, the residents that make White Plains such a wonderful place to live. As a video production company, what better way is there for me to showcase the city that I love?”

“The Business Council of Westchester is excited by the economic development activity in downtown White Plains. This is part of the renaissance that we’re seeing in all of Westchester’s urban centers,” said BCW President and CEO Marsha Gordon.

Check it out here

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