EATON - Preble County Chamber of Commerce officials recently announced the temporary closure of the Chamber’s 122 W. Decatur St. location, effective Friday, July 23, due to an extensive renovation project on the facility.This renovation is part of a plan which will bring the PC Chamber, the Preble County Development Partnership, and the Preble County Convention & Visitors Bureau under one roof for a centralized location to better serve Preble County’s business community, and its visitors, according to PC
Writing is difficult for a lot of people. You may worry about your mastery of grammar or vocabulary. Maybe you just don’t think you have anything interesting to say. But if you have something to sell, you need to learn the basics of good copy, at least until you can pay someone to do it for you. These basic tips can (and should) be used when writing your web copy, social media posts, newsletter, emails, or anything you’re using words to grab attention. Keep in mind that whatever you are writing you
The Board of Directors of Preble Arts (also known as Preble County Art Association) has named Claudia Edwards as its new executive director effective immediately. Edwards comes to Preble Arts from the position of Director of Operations and Events at Amigos, the Richmond (IN) Latino Center. She brings artistic talents in painting, photography, and interior design to Preble Arts as well as extensive experience as an event organizer and fundraiser. Edwards managed the Richmond International Food Fest and
According to SmallBizTrends.com, “The first set of holiday data and analytics from Adobe reveals online spending is set to increase by 33% in 2020 over 2019.” It’s also likely that this trend will continue as we enter into 2021 and if the pandemic numbers keep increasing. People won’t stop shopping, but they may stop shopping in-person. Online shopping needn’t be owned by large entities like Amazon or Etsy. Your business can excel in online commerce as well. But first, you need to be top-of-mind. One way
Recognizing Preble County's Young Professionals
Congratulations, Stacy Fullmer, July 2021 Young Professional of the Month!
Congratulations, Sydney Smith, June 2021 Young Professional of the Month!
Congratulations, May 2021 Young Professional of the Month, Alexa Little!
Congratulations, April 2021 Young Professional of the Month, Chelsea Sorrell!
Congratulations, March 2021 Young Professional of the Month, Lisa White!
Congratulations, February 2021 Young Professional of the Month, Greg Eley!
Congratulations, January 2021 Young Professional of the Month Landen O'Banion! (Pictured: Preble Connect Steering Committee members Kate Duskey, Todd Appledown, O'Banion, Alexa Little)