To our State College friends: Sign up now, while we're still in development and receive notifications of early opportunities and incentives:

Greetings, again!
Quick update from the team: Community Vines has been making progress on a demonstrable alpha product that it will be presenting to some early-stage stakeholders. We have identified a select number of markets in Pennsylvania where we are aiming to launch, once the product is ready for testing. At this point those markets look to be: Erie, Lancaster / York, Pittsburgh, and State College. If you are interested in being an early adopter and tester for us, you wi...ll be able to sign up now to be notified when the time is right.

Of course, we're looking to get to a critical mass with this so, as always, we appreciate you helping us spread the word!

Thanks for your interest -
Ken and the rest of the CV Team!

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Greetings, Friends!
Would you consider helping us grow our Facebook audience? If so, you can simply paste the following text to your Facebook timeline:

To all of my Facebook Friends:
I would like to invite you to "Like" the page of a start-up endeavor that that a friend has been working on for quite some time: I would also *really* appreciate it if you would share the page with *your* Facebook friends. It is a big dream: their hope is... that this work can begin to address some significant challenges facing communities and local economies which have been in decline across the nation. The concept was shepherded in it's formative stages by the Ben Franklin Technology partners - a Pennsylvania innovation incubator system for start-up companies. They also have a very experienced team in place: leaders of community, financial institutions, and several with a prior history of successful start-ups. Each of these team members are aligned with the altruism underlying the mission and vision. Once the page has a good number of followers, they will begin posting periodic updates to keep everyone informed of their progress. Thanks for your help!

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Community Vines

So, what problem are we trying to solve? Well, Something Has Been Lost... HINT: We're working to address a growing problem in the #social #local #economy #community space. Please "Like" our page, and stay tuned to be a part of the solution! (Click image below to learn more).

A story told by Ken Layng with Voice.
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