4-H Receives Mobile Advertising

by Audry Kensicki on March 3, 2010 at 8:12 am

A program that helps students learn skills to succeed in life is getting a little local help and it’s in the form of a moving billboard.

4-H in Muskingum, Morgan, and Perry counties will be promoted around the area by Smith Concrete trucks now sporting the 4-H logo and website.

"This is the first," said Vicki Schwartz, Associate State 4-H Leader. "This roving cement truck will be going through three counties and letting everyone know how they can get involved with 4-H. The website will be there. It’s a great way to say ‘Join 4-H’."

Schwartz said she hopes the 4-H website will get more hits because of the advertisment.

Dick Wilson of Smith Concrete says the company is glad to help.

"Through the education and the values established in the 4-H program, we’re developing our future leaders coming out of our programs," said Dick Wilson of Smith Concrete. "That’s what we’re hoping to accomplish, just trying to find a small way to support them."

After the weather clears up and snow melts away, you’ll be able to see the Smith Concrete trucks with the logo driving around town.