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Make A Referral Week – March 9-13th 2009 – Stimulate the local economy Toledo!

Make A Referral Week - March 9-13

Attention all Toledo businesses!  This is Make A Referral Week – March 9-13th, 2009. 

In an attempt to help stimulate the economy – Make a Referral to another local business.  This is a national effort, but think about what you can do here locally to help other businesses.  Give and you’ll get back!  

Read more on the Duct Tape Marketing site by John Jantsch


March 9, 2009 at 11:10 am Leave a comment

Green Business Marketing -Think Green First

360 Graphics is passionate about helping green businesses and sustainable energy alternatives.  We have been servicing several small and start-up businesses in the area lately and are actively looking for more.  Not only is it the wave of the future, it just makes sense.  We get excited about helping entrepreneurs and small businesses that are helping make the world a better place.  One of the sources I turn to in order to find out more about what’s going on in Toledo, Ohio  is  


March 2, 2009 at 11:51 pm Leave a comment

Toledo Choose Local Holiday Gala

I attended the Toledo Choose Local Holiday Gala on Friday, December 7th downtown Toledo at the 20 N. Gallery.  If you haven’t heard of them yet:  TCL is a fairly new business group comprised of locally owned businesses.  The focus is on educating and inspiring nw ohio consumers to buy local. 

20 N Gallery was the event venue.  The art studio was beautiful, very homey and relaxing.  There were a number of  Toledo Choose Local members in attendance.  They gave away lots of prizes from member businesses including restaurant gift certificates, messages, and more.   Winners were chosen from drawn by participating in the buy local scavenger hunt over the past several weeks. 

Toledo Choose Local has a great concept that fits right in with the 360 Graphics business model.  We are all about supporting the local, independent business owner and encouraging the community to support them by buying local as much as possible.

December 8, 2008 at 2:03 am Leave a comment

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