#HighFiveFriday to Fargo Stuff for Creating Clever Content

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At Onsharp, we love seeing local companies, people, and groups taking part in the latest social media trends. To show our appreciation and love, we choose one amazing social media account to highlight in our #HighFiveFriday blog series. These accounts may excel because they used an awesome hashtag, have a stellar online presence, or are just really good at interacting with followers on social.

For this week’s #HighFiveFriday, we’re featuring @fargostuff's Instagram account. Fargo Stuff is a premier eCommerce company located downtown Fargo with a passion for creating unique apparel, artwork & gifts that exemplify the quality of our city. Keep reading to see why we love what they’re doing to connect on social media.

They Create a Visual Experience With Multiple Photos
Whether you're viewing the @fargostuff Instagram page from a single photo or their entire feed, they play with their imagery to create an excellent visual experience. Piece together the images below to create a unique tiled image from their feed:




They Support Local Businesses
While the entire concept of @fargostuff is to highlight the town of Fargo, they also support other local Fargo businesses with their products and social content. Just another inspiring way that we're all better together!




They Create Campaigns for a Cause
In honor of Giving Hearts Day, @fargostuff created a line of collectible Fargo Hearts to support the cause. 100% of purchases from their Fargo Hearts collection were donated back to the customer's charity of choice. As a result, they raised $2,300 across 34 different charities!




Way to go, @fargostuff! We love your local flair and can't wait to see what inspiring products and social content you come up with next!

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