Marysville, Ohio Event Marketing

Over the last several years Bootstrap & Co. Creative Studios has gotten to work closely with the Union County Chamber of Commerce in Marysville, Ohio. Union County Chamber of Commerce has various events to encourage local businesses, development, and growth. Bootstrap & Co. has been the marketing force behind their various events in recent years.

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Destination Marketing for Bellefontaine, Ohio

To increase tourism for Bellefontaine, Ohio the Logan County Chamber of Commerce teamed up with Bootstrap & Co. Creative Studios, Union County, and Champaign County. This collaborative team created their own Western Ohio experience, the Ohio Ramblin’ Road Trip.

The Ohio Ramblin’ Road Trip offers visitors the opportunity to get off the beaten path and go back in time. Visit their quaint villages, historic attractions and small family owned businesses. Located in West Central Ohio; Logan, Union and Champaign counties’ attractions are accessible from US 33, US 68, and US 36.

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Destination Marketing With Interactive Maps

Understandably, not many people would consider Western Ohio to be a vacation hotspot—it is lost in the never-never land between the tranquility of Pure Michigan and the hustle-and-bustle of Columbus and Cincinnati.  Fortunately, all that is changing with the collaborative marketing efforts of Champaign, Logan, and Union counties.

Tasked with the challenge to highlight the best in Western Ohio, the counties enlisted the services of Bootstrap & Co. Creative Studios.  The solution was to create the Ohio Ramblin’ Road Trip, an appealing brand, which highlights local vendors, events, destinations, and accommodations

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Print’s Not Dead

Print is alive and it can be vital to your company’s success.

When thinking of marketing, it’s easy to think of developing a strong online presence. Which is true, your virtual footprint is important. However, your print marketing is also essential to the success of your business. While some believe that it is extinct, that belief is not supported. Print is still effective and needed.

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