What Makes Deer Park Great?

Have you ever walked around Deer Park and marveled at something that makes our town special and pleasant to live in? The people, the parks, the weather. Do you love how the town is growing, or how it has held on to that small town feel despite major developments?
The residents are often the only people who really know the best characteristics of their city. Sometimes, however, we don’t realize how valuable and unique certain traits really are until we see them all together. Many of us have been raised to count our blessings, so that’s precisely what we want your help in doing.
The Deer Park Gazette and Chamber of Commerce are working together and asking for your input. The Chamber of Commerce is compiling a list of the greatest things to love about Deer Park and will put them to use marketing our fair city to bring in new residents and businesses.
However many things you love about Deer Park, email them to the editor of the Deer Park Gazette ([email protected]) or post on the Gazette’s Facebook page.
Don’t miss this opportunity to highlight the best aspects of your hometown.

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