VPR's Tell Me More Tour

Oct 24, 2018

Update 2/22/19: We've published a summary of our tour and what we learned here. If you didn't get to attend an event in person, you are always welcome to reach out with your ideas. Please contact us anytime here

Original Post: VPR is hitting the road to visit all 14 counties of Vermont through October 2018. You’ll get to meet Scott Finn, VPR’s new president and CEO, as well as reporters, hosts and staff at community events statewide.

We can't fulfill our vision to explore the whole Vermont story without you. What should people know about where you live? What issues are important to you? And how can VPR serve your community better?

We're all ears. Join us and let us know what’s on your mind.  

Show and tell us what's special about where you live - use the hashtag #tellmemorevt on Instagram and Twitter. Scroll through to see what people have shared using #tellmemorevt.

Tell Me More Tour Schedule

How Else To Participate

If you can’t make it or don’t want to wait, please feel free to contact us directly!

Record a voice memo or write out your thoughts and email us at community@vpr.net. We want to hear stories about you and your community: 

  • What’s special about your town?
  • What issues are important to you?
  • What should people know about where you live?
  • How can VPR serve your community better?

Help Spread The Word!

In addition to coming out to an event — or in lieu of attending, if you aren't able to make it — we would appreciate your helping us spread the word in your communities by:  

  • Bring a friend to an event near you! 
  • Share this post on your social media channels (just click "share" at the top of the post).
  • We will also be creating Facebook events for each stop — follow us on Facebook and share the event near you!
  • Alert your neighborhood by posting in your Front Porch Forum.
  • If you're feeling social, Use the hashtag #tellmemorevt on Instagram and Twitter to show and tell what's special about where you live. You can also post photos on our Facebook page. 
  • Download this printable flyer and post it at your general store, library, community center, etc.