The Montauk Chamber of Commerce recently announced the premiere of its "This is Montauk - Outdoors" video. Available at www.youtube.com
, the short film showcases the perfect fishing, watersports and outdoor vacation locale for all ages. It is the second in a series of three videos presenting authentic Montauk as a premier destination for getaways. The first video was released in July 2015 and focuses on the village's family aspect. The third and final short will cover culinary offerings and debut next year. All the videos are adapted for television commercials, as well.
"This film shows the true Montauk for visitors seeking an unspoiled fishing, watersports and outdoors destination," said Laraine Creegan, Executive Director of the Chamber. "Furthermore, a 30 second television commercial with a call to action about September 'specials,' is airing on LI Cablevision and Time Warner Cable on August 17th through 31st, 2016."
"This film shows the true Montauk for visitors seeking an unspoiled fishing, watersports and outdoors destination," said Creegan. (Courtesy Photo)
Scenes show Montauk visitors enjoying fishing on charter, party boats, the dock and surfcasting, trying stand up paddle boarding, as well as surfing, kayaking, sailing, golfing, horseback riding, biking, hiking the Walking Dunes and trails, and sunbathing and swimming on the beaches.
"We want people to see and experience Montauk outdoors the way we do," said Creegan. "It is a beautiful community with a unique seaside character and a very special quality of life. We are happy to share this magical place with our visitors and guests and encourage everyone when they visit to please respect the beauty and character of Montauk, a place we call home."
"This is Montauk" outdoor recreation video is produced and directed by Colorbar Video and KGMedia. It is available in four durations: 120, 60, 30, and 15 seconds.
With this series, the Montauk Chamber of Commerce hopes to share their beautiful Montauk community with prospective visitors and bring in more visitors in the coming years.
Watch the video here: www.youtube.com