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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber will open its annual fundraising event, the Black & White Gala, to all of its member 501(c)(3), nonprofit organizations via a grant application process.
A selection committee will review applications from chamber members with 501(c)(3) designations and narrow those down to three finalists. The three selected organizations will have the opportunity to present more information about their proposals to the committee that will vote on a winner.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- As the 26 nominees for this year's 25 Under 35 awards sat in the front of a packed room filled family, friends and colleagues, videos started playing to announce the three winners of the MVP award.
The videos featured words from co-workers and friends who talked about the nominees’ personalities, what they've accomplished and what it's like to know them. For some, the experience created more stress than was apparent to the audience.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Three Mahoning Valley communities were ranked among the 10 best places to retire in Ohio by SmartAsset. Topping the list was Cortland, followed by Youngstown. Canfield placed fifth on the list.
The main factors the list considered are taxes (income and sales combined); number of doctors’ offices; and opportunity for recreation and a social life.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Business Journal kicks off a two-week, social media-based contest today in conjunction with the planned launch Feb. 16 of our redesigned, digitally re-mastered website.
To enter a chance to win three, quarter-page color ads in The Business Journal print edition, participants must “like” or “comment” on the contest post through The Business Journal’s Facebook page (CLICK HERE), starting today. Four winners will be chosen.
CANTON, Ohio -- Innis Maggiore, an advertising agency headquartered here, in the hometown of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, offers advice on how to watch Super Bowl commercials like an expert.
Effective advertising is meant to sell, says the agency. Unfortunately, for Super Bowl advertisers, 85% of Super Bowl ads can't be directly linked to an increase in sales. In football parlance, most of the ads fumble instead of score touchdowns with customers.