The Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce and the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Services are asking for businesses and residents to consider making a Scarecrow to join in our autumn festivities. The Scarecrows are invited to spend the month of October in Seneca County. We are looking for cute, funny, and loveable Scarecrows! You can tailor their look to what your business does. You may want to move your Scarecrow move around your store – kind of like Elf on a shelf does. Once you have completed your Scarecrow and know their personality, give them a name & take a picture to post on a face book page that will be created for the Fall In Love With Seneca County. All residents are invited to join in the fun; encourage your neighbors to create one. Maybe have a block party and help each other make them. When you post the pictures, include your address or street, so others can come and see your creations! This could be more fun than driving around to see Christmas lights, okay probably not but definitely warmer!
The Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce and the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Services are asking for businesses and organizations to participate in the Fall in Love with Seneca County’s Open Houses Saturday, October 12, 2019. This event is open to Seneca County Businesses and some that border Seneca County. There is always an option to start early Friday or end on Sunday. Businesses are encouraged to host activities or demonstrations. This event is a wonderful opportunity to advertise and introduce your business to new people!
If you are a business/organization interested in participating, visit tiffinchamber.com for further details and registration form. There is an online registration form and a printable PDF that can be mailed in. You may also tell the chamber about any other events running through October to December—including Small Business Saturday on November 30, 2019. Registration forms should be completed by September 12th. Registration forms can be found online.
For more information or ideas, please contact Deb Martorana at 419-447-4141.« Back to Blog