The Zanesville Muskngum County Chamber of Commerce has a new way to promote area businesses
Chamber President, Tom Poorman, says anyone with a smart phone can take advantage of the free product.
"We have launched a mobile version of our online membership directory buyers guide so it will list over 600 area businesses and had their contact information,” said Poorman. “It's very easy for people to link to it from their smart phones."
The Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce wants to celebrate business in our area.
The Chamber through the Muskingum Growth Partnership is accepting nominations for "Awards for Community and Economic Success" or ACES. The ACES celebrate the businesses contribution to economic development in 2012. Organizers said it's important in an economic climate like ours to celebrate success.
"It's very easy to assume there's nothing going on," said...
Zanesville officials cut the ribbon on a business to help residents in our area.
Home Instead Care focuses on providing non-medical services for not only seniors but people of all ages. The company's owner said they drive their clients to appointments, bathing, housekeeping and laundry, among other tasks.
"I love coming to work everyday. I just don't feel like it's work," said Owner Amy Huddleston. "We're really providing a service. It's a nice place for our...
Thousands of dollars in contributions helps bring attention to Muskingum County.
Since 1989 the Chamber of Commerce, through contributions from the private business sector, have contributed money in a partnership with the Port Authority to help fund roads, support marketing and fund other projects. The Chamber of Commerce President said private donations help to grow business.
"This is their market place," explained Tom Poorman. "It gives them customers doing...
College students aren't the only one taking a spring break.
Friday, business leaders in Muskingum County met for this year's spring break meeting. The event focused on marketing for small business using time, energy and imagination.
"Businesses know they have to market but they don't know where to start. They don't know how to put one foot in front of the other. They are good at what goes on inside their business but they're not good at all the support activities...
A hot day under the sun set up a warm round of golf for those taking part in the Chamber/Jaycees outing.
30 teams were at the Jaycees Golf Course for the joint fundraiser that supports both organizations. The thousands raised goes back to the community for projects close to the organizations and that makes the area stronger.
"That's what makes this a great place to live, a great place to make businesses want to locate and strong community organizations," explained...