New Culinary Arts Schools Blog Features Culinary School Videos and Fosters a Community Environment for Prospective Students

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Prospective culinary arts students are now able to view videos and learn about top culinary arts schools at CulinarySchoolFinder.com The new blog format of the site allows for comments and interaction among users; creating a community environment for those considering attending culinary school.

CulinarySchoolFinder.com is the brain child of veteran online marketer Mike Gracen, who created the culinary arts schools blog to post video and information about top culinary schools for prospective students and their parents.

"After viewing the current culinary school directories for the last few months, it became apparent to me that many of the sites were very limited in the scope of their information - especially video content. There really wasn't much out there for prospective students to sink their teeth into when previewing the schools" states Gracen.

"I know when I am reviewing a product online - especially something as big ticket as a school - I want to see two things - video content and comments by other users" continues Gracen, "but most of the current sources I have seen give just a cursory overview of the schools at best."

Gracen goes on to state that Culinary School Finder not only posts video content about the schools, it's blog format allows users to ask questions and start discussions about the culinary arts schools - without having to navigate to another website. "Basically, all you need to do is bookmark our site, and you have your 'one stop shop' for culinary arts school info" offers Gracen.

"It's simple really" states Gracen, "I want to provide prospective culinary arts school] students and their families a free, easy to use and secure environment for them to review top schools and get feedback from other users in the community. "

http://www.CulinarySchoolFinder.com launched in October of 2009 and is updated regularly with new content devoted to culinary arts school students.

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