They're jumping at the chance to get their message across.
Today the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce and the Young Professionals Network had a little fun shooting a commercial to promote Quad Cities Week featuring trampolines.
Events include a meeting with area mayors, recognition of outstanding businesses and organizations and awarding the young professional of the year in the Quad Cities.
"It's just a week that the network and chamber planned to kind of create some excitement about our region," Alex Spoden of the Quad City Chamber of Commerce said. "Get our communities working together as one and celebrate why the Quad Cities is such a great place to live work and play."
Quad Cities Week runs from April 29th through May 3rd.
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