Sono umbri, giovani e carichi di passione per il loro territorio: incontra gli 11“Compagni di Viaggio” scelti per prendere parte al IV°BLOG TOUR di Frantoi Aperti!
Francesca Mattonelli's insight:
Un Blog Tour diverso dal solito sta per cominciare per #frantoiaperti in Umbria: con il coinvolgimento dei residenti, aumentano le condivisioni in maniera capillare sul territorio e si difende la spontaneità dei blogger. Un'occasione per sperimentare un format e farsi nuovi amici: vi presento gli 11 "Compagni di viaggio" umbri coinvolti nel progetto
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