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Need ideas on how to get the word out there.

Recent visitors suggested I try to market our guest house to parents of Autistic children. Their child loved the animals and whole atmosphere of the farm. The parents were able to relax completely in the guest house and cook and do things whenever they wanted. They had been searching for 'hands on' activities for their child. He was able to feed the cows, visit the llama and bond with the goats. If anyone has any ideas how to target such an audience, I would greatly appreciate it. Or if you would prefer to simply share our website with someone you may know? www.falkenburyfarm.com
We are located in Benson, Vermont.

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Comment by falkenbury on February 23, 2009 at 12:50pm
Thank you Holly! I have visited and read your blog, Fearless Females, since you found us! I've also suggested it to several friends! One friend with a Rett Syndrome daughter I'm hoping checked it out when you mentioned Rett Syndrome not too long ago.
Comment by Holly Collins on January 6, 2009 at 7:40am
Hi Falkenbury,

I write a blog geared to parents of autistic and special needs kids. And I love to post about places to go and things to do for kids with autism/special needs. I also have a resource section in my blog for helpful ideas and information for people with kids with autism and special needs...I will be happy to post about your farm and add you to the resource list. Incidentally, I love Vermont (I live in MA) and perhaps a visit in the near future to your farm would be perfect for us this spring/summer. Thanks for writing...

my blog: http://fearlessfemales.blogspot.com/

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