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January 23rd, 2014
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"I AM the AJC" : Mobilizing our Members and Telling Canadians About the Great Work You Do For Them

This campaign will be hosted by our new blog page which will be launched on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

After making the jump to Twitter and Facebook, the Association of Justice Counsel is now ready for its long anticipated "I Am the AJC" mobilization campaign.

This campaign will be hosted by our new blog page which will be launched on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
  
Further, as we head into another negotiating year, the blog will be a one-stop webpage where AJC members can more easily share information.

This blog will feature:
- Our reaching out to the public and spreading the word about the great work AJC members do for Canadians;
-  Telling Canadians who our members are;
-  Mobilizing and engaging our members, and telling them what the AJC does for them.


The blog will also feature video testimonies of AJC members, blogs on interesting topics and links to our Twitter feed and Facebook posts.  It is intended to complement the AJC's current webpage and will be interlinked.

Don't miss the launch of yet another first for the AJC. Finally we will have a place to gather and share with each other why the AJC is important to us and why the work of our members is important to Canadians!

Together, we are the AJC!

* AJC members who wish to submit a blog of between 300 and 700 words can do so. As this blog will be for public consumption, the AJC reserves the right to edit and select blogs for publication.

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