Dighu Doors Open in Tampa, FL to Help Voice a Choice for Florida
For Immediate Release (Tampa, FL) November 5, 2012 -- In the hotly contested state of Florida, an innovative new way to declare voter choice has hit the streets. Digital Humanity and The Shops at Wiregrass have teamed up to offer a visually compelling way to allow voters to give Voice to their Choice by walking through the unique Dighu™ Doors.
It is a simple gateway that asks, "Did You (Dighu) Choose? People have a choice to walk through doors marked Republican, Independent or Democrat. This new form of street polling offers a cool way to choose in this year’s hotly contested election. Several college students will monitor the walkway with time-lapse photography, and an open invitation to news crews to do the same, checking results, up-to-the-minute, and right down to the wire.
The Dighu Doors are located at the Center of The Shops at Wiregrass, 28211 Paseo Drive, Wesley Chapel, FL, and will be open for voicing a choice between 10 AM and 9 PM, Monday, November 5 through Wednesday November 7, 2012.
The idea was the brainchild of DigitalHumanity.com, “Dighu” for short, a mobile and web social media site that invites a "voice and choice for humankind." Dighu is a place for people to support and share good deeds and non-profit organizations of their choice. The Dighu Doors were originally scheduled to gauge public opinion in New York City and Boston, but Hurricane Sandy blew those doors shut, and opened a new door to keep them right in the home state of Florida
Robert Christianson, Co-Founder of Digital Humanity says, “The Dighu Doors are a great place to be seen and heard, at a moment in history where it matters most. This is an open invitation to everyone to make a statement, and share it with your friends through social media.
“We know that Florida, like the Election in 2004, will be at the heart of deciding the leadership of our nation for the next four years. This is a fun and meaningful way to celebrate your candidate of choice,” said Debbie Detweiler, The Shops at Wiregrass.
Daily, and down to the wire. results will be released publically.
About Digital Humanity
Digital Humanity (Dighu.com) helps link people and brands with humanitarian causes and ideas. The new mobile and website is schedule to open their doors December 21st, 2012. In the interim, anyone who visits www.Dighu.com now, can learn more.
Rob Bailey / 201-819-1134 / Rbailey@rbcpr.com
Debbie Detweiler / 813-994-4010 / DebbieDetweiler@forestcity.net