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Anytime Fitness in Lima is located at 2119 Elida Rd, Lima, OH 45805.

Local gym makes top 3 for community outreach

Fitness (Style)Taylor Johnson
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LIMA – Anytime Fitness in Lima, Ohio has placed in the top 3 out of 3,000+ clubs worldwide for the Community Outreach Award.

To qualify for this recognition, clubs around the world had to provide examples of how they are active in their local community. They also had to show measurable proof that the community has become a better place in part because of the gym.

Alexa Miller, general manager of Anytime Lima says being active in the community has been their philosophy since day one.

“It’s incredibly humbling to see Anytime Lima recognized out of all the other clubs in the world, but it’s even more meaningful because it’s about community. It’s proof we are fulfilling our mission,” said Miller.

In addition, Anytime Lima has made “Club Purple” for the third year in a row, which means the club has displayed exemplary service and has excelled in the most important values of the Anytime Fitness Brand. Only the top 20% receive this recognition.

“After attending my first Anytime Fitness conference I came home with a goal of making ‘Club Purple’ the following year. I am proud to say that our team has hit club purple going on 3 years,” said Miller.

The winner of the Community Outreach Award will be announced at the Anytime Fitness conference later this month.

Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn opened its new store in Lima Monday. The store, co-anchoring a newly-constructed retail plaza at 435 S. Eastown Rd., is the company’s fifth location overall, and second corporate store alongside the flagship location in downtown Bluffton, Ohio.

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LIMA – Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn opened its new store in Lima Monday.

The store, co-anchoring a newly-constructed retail plaza at 435 S. Eastown Rd., is the company’s fifth location overall, and second corporate store alongside the flagship location in downtown Bluffton, Ohio.

Co-founder and CEO Pete Suter said the newest location is the result of a history of strong ties between the Shirley’s brand and the Lima community.

“Over the last several years we’ve done successful fundraisers with Lima-area organizations, created co-branded flavors alongside several colleges, and of course helped customers who made a special trip to Bluffton just to refill their popcorn tins,” said Suter.

“So opening in Lima made perfect sense for us.”

Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn opened its new store in Lima Monday. The store, co-anchoring a newly-constructed retail plaza at 435 S. Eastown Rd., is the company’s fifth location overall, and second corporate store alongside the flagship location in downtown Bluffton, Ohio.

Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn opened its new store in Lima Monday.

Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn Company, established in 2009, focuses on about a dozen core flavors including Caramel To Die For, Windy City Style, and Dark Salted Caramel, all created by hand, in small batches, locally at each store.

“Gourmet popcorn really isn’t a trend or a fad,” said Suter, explaining the product’s appeal as a timeless American snack that all generations can enjoy. “So we’ve designed each of our stores with bright colors, lots of chances for everyone to sample our flavors, and an emphasis on creating relationships with our customers.”

The new store features new "Lima-focused" flavors, including the UNOH crunch.

The new store features new “Lima-focused” flavors, including the UNOH crunch.

With a growing web business and additional franchise locations open in Maumee, Findlay, and Westerville, Suter said short-term plans include franchise expansion throughout the region. “Right now we’re talking with candidates interested in opening their own business not only in the major Ohio cities,” said Suter, “but also throughout the Midwest, South, and Northeast.”

Suter said he is confident that Shirley’s will thrive in the Eastown Road building.

“We’ve always known that Lima is a great town, and the people from our local building developer to the convention and visitor’s bureau have all been outstanding to work with,” said Suter. “We are very proud that Lima is the next step in our business growth.”

Co-founder and CEO Pete Suter said the newest location is the result of a history of strong ties between the Shirley’s brand and the Lima community.

Co-founder and CEO Pete Suter said the newest location is the result of a history of strong ties between the Shirley’s brand and the Lima community.

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More and more people are talking about lead generation. It’s becoming increasingly obvious to people that generating leads is an important part of online business, and with the amount of information available, it’s also becoming easier to learn how to effectively gain more leads.

In the last couple months, people have been buzzing about lead generation

By NOW Marketing Group


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More and more people are talking about lead generation. It’s becoming increasingly obvious to people that generating leads is an important part of online business, and with the amount of information available, it’s also becoming easier to learn how to effectively gain more leads. As buying habits change, they way we turn leads into sales must also change. So how are people incorporating lead generation into their sales cycle? A new report from Wishpond looks at an in-depth analysis of recent lead generation trends, strategies, and industry benchmarks.

What can we learn from the report? Here are five key takeaways:

  1. 83 percent of marketers say increasing the quality of their leads is their number one priority.
  2. 67 percent of marketers will increase their lead and demand generation budgets this year.
  3. Organic website traffic accounts for the highest percentage of high quality leads at 23%.
  4. Webinars and white papers remain the most effective source for driving quality leads.
  5. A lack of resources accounts for the biggest obstacle for successful B2B lead generation.

Creating engaging, fun and insightful content for your business is a must on social media. But it isn’t always easy. In our content creation ebook, you’ll learn how the pros create dynamic social media marketing content day-in and day-out, 365 days a year without missing a beat.Overall, most marketers aren’t happy with their lead generation, with only 16 percent saying lead generation strategies are enough to meet goals. Eighty percent of marketers say lead generation efforts are only somewhat or slightly effective. For many of these marketers, lead quality is more important than quantity. Other priorities are improving campaign results, improving sales, and generating increased lead volumes.

If lead quality is of the utmost importance to a marketer, what medium is giving marketers the best leads? It turns out, the best leads come from your website. Next, the best leads come from, respectively, referrals, email marketing, PPC advertisements, and social media. Conferences, content marketing, and blogs, also make up some of the ways marketers gain good leads.

We’re really not surprised that organic website traffic gives us the best leads. People are searching Google all the time. And what brings people to find and click on your link? That’s right, it’s the content of your website. To get to the main page of Google, you need good content that is search engine optimized.

So what’s the best content marketers say is driving their quality leads?

  • 61 percent White Papers
  • 58 percent Webinars
  • 44 percent Case Studies
  • 32 percent Blogs
  • 29 percent Videos
  • 25 percent Infographics

To read the full report, click here.

How to measure social media roi

Learn the formulas you need to calculate your social media ROI

By NOW Marketing Group


logoWhile social media can be a little hard to measure, there are some formulas to find out what your return on investment is, and if certain platforms are really working for your business. After all, you can’t improve what you don’t measure!

The first thing you have to do is decide who your audience is. Additionally, determine what a lead is worth to you, what a conversation is worth, and specifically in terms of social media, what a like, view, and click back to your website is worth to your business. In terms of business and marketing, what is the customer lifetime value to you? This isn’t limited to one time sales. It’s all about what they are worth over time.

Screen Shot 2016-08-11 at 10.45.14 AMYou can figure out your customer lifetime value by taking the cost of the lead-profit sale and multiplying by the average number of years they will be a customer and the number of purchases per year.

The next thing you have to know is what your cost is in order to obtain each customer. Take what you are spending on marketing, as a whole including tools and apps. Most companies should spend about 10 percent of their overall budget on marketing. Then take that and break it down; what part of that 10 percent is being spent on social media?

It’s important to remember that social media is not simply marketing, though. Platforms have many roles, including customer service and public relations. For example, you can help customers by answering their questions and finding solutions to their issues. You’re not just gaining marketing from social media; you’re also using it as a part of your operations and service, too.

So, when you are looking to start to measuring social media ROI, start with measuring your networks both together and separately. Track and measure the visit to lead conversion. Are they filling out forms and being placed into your drip campaign? Using that drip campaign, you can determine if social media is converting someone faster than your website.

Next, you need to be measuring churn on customers as well. Are they opting out of emails or signing up for service and then canceling? Are you finding qualified leads and are they sticking with your company? If your average customer stays with you for three years and you find customers from social media aren’t hitting that average, you may not be targeting the right people and ROI will not be as high. Or it could be reversed!

Here is a sample marketing budget which would show what ROI would be:

  • Total Marketing Budget for Sample Company: $2.8 million
  • Amount of Total Budget Allocated for Social Media: $280,000
  • Example Customer Lifetime Value (as Calculated Above): $2,880
  • Your Target Customer Acquisition Cost: $288
  • Number of New Customers Needed to Generate a Positive ROI: 1,000+

One of the best things about social media is that it is available 365 days out of the year, with no limits to demographics. Once it’s there, it will always be there, without having to pay for it. So if you find you’re aren’t gaining the ROI you need, reevaluate what you are doing on social media and who you are targeting. Social media is comprised of a vast audience; you’ll find who you’re looking for, you just may have to tweak some of your practices.


Ready to take your content to a new level?

NOW Marketing has created an eBook that is your can’t-miss roadmap

Creating engaging, fun and insightful content for your business is a must on social media. But it isn’t always easy. In our content creation ebook, you’ll learn how the pros create dynamic social media marketing content day-in and day-out, 365 days a year without missing a beat.Creating engaging, fun and insightful content for your business is a must on social media. But it isn’t always easy. In our content creation ebook, you’ll learn how the pros create dynamic social media marketing content day-in and day-out, 365 days a year without missing a beat.

Our eBook explains:

  • Tips and tricks for amazingly creative posts
  • How to drive traffic to your website
  • Along with gauging analytics, ethics and writing improvement.

Local business owner Jessika Phillips joins Forbes Agency Council

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Phillips speaking at Social Media Week Lima. The event has grown from 20 attendees to more than 150, with speakers arriving from out of state to present on topics like Facebook, email marketing, and more. Photo: Elliot David Rankin

Phillips speaking at Social Media Week Lima. The event has grown from 20 attendees to more than 150, with speakers arriving from out of state to present on topics like Facebook, email marketing, and more. Photo: Elliot David Rankin

Jessika Phillips, owner of NOW Marketing Group, has been selected to be a member of the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only organization for executives that have worked with or founded an organization with a minimum of $1 million annual revenue and/or $1 million in financing.

Forbes Agency Council members are successful executives from best-in-class public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies. Impactful in their industries, each new professional is a fantastic addition to the group.

It’s icing on the cake for Phillips, who has always been a professional spit-fire.

As a youngster, she was lead to inspire others to make a difference in the world. At the age of 9, she purchased her first book “101 Ways to Save the Planet,” inspiring her to write a petition to reduce the use of styrofoam at local fast food restaurants.

Her passion for thinking BIG and leading others, prompted her to a join her high school’s local DECA chapter. She served as the chapter’s Vice President and learned about the foundations of business and marketing at a young age. This organization helped her experience the benefits of competition, teamwork and helped set the stage for bigger things she had yet to dream of.

Phillips during a panel discussion with Mitch Joel, Lee Oden, and Tyler Anderson at the Social Media Marketing World national conference in San Diego earlier this year.

Phillips during a panel discussion with Mitch Joel, Lee Oden, and Tyler Anderson at the Social Media Marketing World national conference in San Diego earlier this year.

Fueled with ambition, upon graduation she was employed by a “numbers-focused” employer. While her peers were driven by quotas, they ultimately were having impersonal client interactions.

That’s when she took matters into her own hands and embarked on a mission to return relationships to the forefront of business marketing.

In 2010 with only a laptop and a vision, Phillips started NOW Marketing Group.

Six years later, the company has grown to become a certified and recognized inbound partner, working with hundreds of clients across the US and internationally. Phillips’ outspoken dedication to Relationship Marketing has also made her a highly-sought after speaker at local, regional, and national marketing conferences.

She has been featured in Social Media Examiner for creative uses of social media in healthcare and insurance industries, TabSite for creative uses of social media in a non-traditional industry, MPI magazine for internet marketing within non-traditional industries, Half-Time Mike Podcast for Relationship Marketing Strategies, to name a few.

“Relationships will always be more powerful than marketing,” she said.

Phillips also wants to share her knowledge with the local community.

Phillips and the NOW Marketing team at this years Social Media Week Lima conference.

Phillips and the NOW Marketing team at this years Social Media Week Lima conference.

In 2012, she started Social Media Week Lima, growing it from a small online conference to a jam-packed two-day conference with speakers arriving from around the United States.

The conference serves to help businesses grow using the power of social media by putting the power into their hands.

“Our focus has always been to offer attendees the best value, so they can keep up with what’s happening in social media marketing — without needing to drive far from home,” said Phillips. “We believe that everyone should be able to harness the power of relationship marketing through social media, and that’s why we started the conference.”

Phillips uses the “know, like and trust,” base to connect with Buyer Personas. She founded The Relationship Marketing System, an online membership site that provides videos articles and worksheets to help businesses learn the art of growing repeat referral business, with “know, like and trust” in mind.

She teaches comprehensive Relationship Marketing and hosts weekly blab-casts #MagnetMarketers and Relationships ROI which focuses on becoming a magnet vs. a bullhorn while growing relationships and ROI in business.


Contact Jessika via e-mail Jessika@nowmarketinggroup.com or nowmarketinggroup.com

 

The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio offers fine wine and craft beer.

Locally owned gem in Ada, Ohio boasts 100 different wines, 10 tap beers, 22 bourbons

Interview and story by Janet Ferguson

“We opened in September of 2014, but it’s been in my mind to do something like this long before that,” said Steve Bates, partner at The Cask Room.

“We wanted to have a place close by so that people wouldn’t drive to Lima or Findlay for a nice place to sit and have a drink.”

The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio offers fine wine and craft beer. Located at 127 S Main St, Ada, OH 45810.

The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio offers fine wine and craft beer. Located at 127 S Main St, Ada, OH 45810.

He and wife Susan have been in Ada for 20 years and always wanted a place to hang out that was for adults.

“We get a lot of professors and administrators in from the college, but we also have a lot of local 12 month residents of the village as opposed to the associations with the university. Our regulars have seen years of businesses come and go that focus on it being a college town and relying on university business. We strive to market ourselves and be attractive to the full time residents and, once we build that base, then the 9 months school’s in session, that’s just icing on the cake,” he explained.

“The long term goal was to be able to get a nice bottle of wine to give as a gift or take home for dinner, longer term was to offer food service and kitchen was already there when we took it over. Jonah Agner became a new partner last fall, his vision was very similar to what my wife and I had and since he has come on board things have really taken off. We have a larger wine selection, larger bourbon selections and we have a lot of rare bourbons that others don’t have,” he added.

“In June the kitchen opened for lunch and The Cask Room is now open at 11 to serve a lunch crowd and stays open through evening. We’re trying to be a nice destination place in our little village and we do have people coming down from Bluffton/Pandora area and some from south side of Findlay because they’ve heard about what we’ve had to offer. There are people who come because they went to ONU 25 years ago and are back in the area for a visit and want to check it out.”

 

The Cask Room in ada ohio

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The Cask Room features 100 different wines, 10 tap beers , and 22 bourbons.

The Cask Room features 100 different wines, 10 tap beers , and 22 bourbons.

The Cask Room

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Patrons can pick from an impressive menu to pair with their craft beer and wine.

Patrons can pick from an impressive menu to pair with their craft beer and wine.

In addition to craft beer and wine, patrons can also enjoy freshly made dishes for lunch and dinner.

In addition to craft beer and wine, patrons can also enjoy freshly made dishes for lunch and dinner.

The Cask Room features a back bar that is a wood mantle salvaged from an 1880’s mansion in the Lima area.

“We want to focus on as much local stuff as we can. We feature craft beers from Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, we are constantly rotating what is on tap,” he explained.

“Matt Cole of Fathead Brewery is from Ada so we try to keep at least one of his beers on tap at all times. We did get a picture of him in front of our bar with a pint of his own beer and he likes that he can get his beer in his hometown.”

The kitchen portion of The Cask Room was always a plan, but Bates explained that bringing Jonah Agner as a partner last fall was what brought the plan to fruition. “He’s working to bring in unique items, fresh ingredients. We’re not yet able to do it, but are working to be 100% farm to table using local sources. It’s really incredible and he’s bringing a modern version of bar food,” he added, “The goal is to stay away from the deep fryer as much as possible.”

“It’s been kind of exciting,” he added. “We come up with ideas and throw them out and see what sticks to the wall and what falls off, so far everything is sticking.”

Bates explained that it’s not a college bar; they are serving a high end product to people who want a high end product. It’s a great destination for a business lunch or dinner or entertaining guests without having to clean the house. “Come to our living room where we have 100 different wines or 10 tap beers or 22 bourbons.”


The Cask Room is located at 127 S Main St, Ada, OH 45810.

Rapid Fire Pizza is located at 2815 Elida Road, Lima, OH 45805. The new restaurant will celebrate its grand opening on Aug. 15 with free pizza for the community.

Free Pizza Day immediately following the ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 15 when the doors open for business


  • What: Grand opening of Rapid Fired Pizza
  • Where: 2815 Elida Road, Lima, OH 45805
  • When: Monday, August 15, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. (after Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony)
  • Why: Free pizza! Need we say more?

LIMA – Ten-year Coast Guard veteran Ross Wiley was looking for a change. Together with his wife Elisha, (a former Starbucks manager) and their three daughters (Cheyenne, Charlotte and Carolina), they moved from Fort Bragg California to Lima, Ohio to open their first Rapid Fired Pizza location in the area. Ross and Elisha plan to open a total of five locations in Northeast Ohio.

According to Wiley, the amazingly good, amazingly fast, fresh made pizza is ready in just 180 seconds. Try one of the craft pizzas or choose from over 35 fresh toppings and a dozen different sauces to create your own masterpiece. If you’re watching your carbs or counting calories, you’ll be happy to know Rapid Fire also has four craft salads starting at under 400 calories. Of course, you are always welcome to create a custom salad with your choice of fresh toppings.

Rapid Fire Pizza in Lima will have 8 types of cheeses to choose from.

Rapid Fired Pizza in Lima will have 8 types of cheeses to choose from.

Choose from pepperoni, sausage, chicken sausage, grilled chicken, ground beef, meatballs, bacon, ham, and even anchovies to build your perfect meat pizza.

Choose from pepperoni, sausage, chicken sausage, grilled chicken, ground beef, meatballs, bacon, ham, and even anchovies to build your perfect meat pizza.

rapid fire pizza in lima ohio

Try one of the craft pizzas or choose from over 35 fresh toppings and a dozen different sauces to create your own masterpiece.

For refreshments, they have the all new Pepsi Spire with 120 flavor combinations and craft beers, wines, and ciders from around Ohio and beyond.

“One of my favorite sayings is: Dare, Risk, Dream,” said Wiley.

“I live by, and believe in those three words, and when I think Rapid Fired Pizza, I think of that saying. Rapid Fired
Pizza excites me because it was created by veteran restauranteurs with a long track record of success, who never settled for mediocre, and risked everything on a regular basis until they reached their goal of creating one of the highest quality, quick serve pizza restaurants in the nation.”

When asked why he chose Lima, Ross says, “I wanted to take Rapid Fired Pizza to Lima because it is a large, beautiful community with incredible people who I believe will benefit from having a fast, fun, and healthy restaurant to go to on a regular basis.”

Rapid Fired Pizza is located on 2815 Elida Road, Lima, OH 45805. Contact Ross Wiley at 253-250-2605 for further information.

Open mic at Vino Bellissimo is on the first and third Tuesday of every month. Musicians , comedians , poets , actors , and entertainers are all welcome to come and show their talents.

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  • What: Open mic night
  • Where: Vino Bellissimo, 2412 Cable Ct. »
  • When: first and third Tuesday of every month 

SHAWNEE – Local talent has a new spot to showcase their skills – and patrons are drinking it up.

Vino Bellissimo’s new open mic night is on the first and third Tuesday of every month and is open to musicians, comedians, poets, actors and entertainers.

To sign up, all you need to do is show up the day of the event at 7 p.m. with a guitar and a song, a set up and a punchline, or a poem and a voice.

They’ve got the spotlight and the microphone.

Visit Facebook.com/vinobmoopenmicFacebook.com/vinobellissimo or vinobmo.com for more information.

Knights of the Game Table

Knights of the Game Table brings a new twist with non traditional board games

Interview and story by Janet Ferguson

“Pokemon-Go is so big now. So many strangers are hanging out like they’ve known each other forever. There are so many great board games beyond the classics we all know like Monopoly, Clue or Trouble that encourage people to come together, learn, play and interact beyond social media,” explained Katryna Brown, co-founder of Knights of the Game Table.

It all began five years ago when she and her husband Nicholas were without power for a week after the derecho storm.

“We put flashlights on and just played board games the whole time. We had so much fun and just realized we should do this all the time! So we found a group of friends and started with about 25 games,” she remembered.

Katryna and Nicholas Brown started Knights of the Game Table nearly five years ago.

Katryna and Nicholas Brown started Knights of the Game Table nearly five years ago.

Katryna and Nicholas now facilitate a group of people from kids to adults, seasoned veteran players to newbies and help to encourage them to learn games beyond the traditional ones that most people think of when they hear the words “Board Game”.

“We now have more than 150 games in our personal collection. It’s always growing and it just seems wrong to hog them to yourself. So we have board game nights with our friends where we have 13-14 people over and set aside 3 rooms to play games.”

The owners of Knights of the Game Table bring all the games to your location.

The owners of Knights of the Game Table bring all the games to your location.

The Browns are community minded and have used the games they’ve accumulated to help others.

“It was three years ago when we did our first charity event and we’ve continued doing so. This past April we raised $500 for National Children’s Cancer Society and we realized we can do this more than once a year,” she explained.

The Browns, as Knights of the Game Table, are working to bring tabletop gaming out to the community.

“We want to get people out of their houses to socialize and make friends. It’s good to just have some friends over or even to meet at a local coffee shop or bar and play a game together and interact. That kind of thing is a way to get everybody thinking and laughing and having a great time.”

The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio recently had a game night featuring Knights of the Game Table.

The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio recently had a game night featuring Knights of the Game Table.

They not only bring their games, but years of experience and knowledge about the games to an event.

“So if you are a fan of Clue, there’s Bloody Inn or Resistance that uses deductive reasoning and accusing people of murder. There are so many games that relate to the classics that people know and love. If I have a better idea of what someone likes from traditional board games, I can direct them to one that is like that – but just a bit different. When I say all ages, we have 6 years old kids who play most of the games adults do, if they can strategize then they can learn to play.”

One of the games they had at the beginning was Catan.

“That one is pretty popular and not in the normal ‘Milton Bradley’ realm. We had a Doctor Who game and Munchkin with all of the expansions and Takenoko.”

Knights of the Game Table are not about a profit.

“We normally like to do our events for a cause. We would like to keep it more around helping the community, like doing a fundraiser for a sick kid or maybe doing a school drive where you can bring school supplies as a ticket to play. We would like to find some sponsors for prizes and reward the ones who bring in goodies.”

Owners of Knights of the Game Table at The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio.

Owners of Knights of the Game Table at The Cask Room in Ada, Ohio.

Another avenue they are interested in pursuing is a way to encourage kids to use the games as a way to get involved in charitable causes.

“We are also looking to libraries for after school events where we would be there to teach them to play different games. Another thought was senior citizens who are in assisted living or in nursing homes. It’s good for those who have had stroke or dementia to help keep their minds working.”

Nicholas and Katryna can be contacted through Facebook with questions or for more information at facebook.com/knightsofthegametable or by e-mail at firefly0788@gmail.com.

Stolly Insurance Group; Our Founders; The 419; Lima, Ohio;

Supporters of each charity can vote for their most beloved local charity until Aug. 23

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Stolly Insurance Operation GivebackStolly Insurance is excited to announce the start of our second annual Operation Giveback, an online contest for charities who support our local communities.

Targeting charities in the Bellefontaine, Celina, Lima, Wapakoneta, and Westerville areas, we hope this contest helps your organization promote awareness for your respective cause.

Our agency has partnered with three insurance carriers (Hanover Insurance Company, Hastings Mutual Insurance Company, and Safeco Insurance Company) to give away a total of $2,000!

Supporters of each charity can vote for their most beloved local charity from July 25th – August 23rd. The charity that garners the most votes at the end of the voting period will receive the Grand Prize of $1,000! And $250 will then be awarded to each of the top vote-getters in the towns that do not produce the grand prize winner.

With FIVE cash prizes to hand out, one in each area, the odds of your charity winning are extremely high! So we encourage you to get your base of supporters out for the vote!

*voters will be limited to one vote per day, so be sure to get as many supporters as possible involved!

Vote at stolly.com or direct link http://stolly.com/operation-giveback


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