May 23, 2017

Shop Small: Third Rock Music Center

Saturday, November 26th, is Shop Small Saturday. We are asking everyone to shop small first everyday! Check out Third Rock Music Center for the expertise and quality that you should expect when shopping for gear! Third Rock Music Center isn’t your typical full service music store. Although they offer guitars, ukuleles, amps, keyboards, drums, as well as service and repair of instruments and electronics, it’s a totally different ‘experience’ inside. It’s been called ‘the gem of Anderson township’ and for good reason.  Many unique features include a rock wall, a waterfall, a glass acoustic guitar room with a chandelier, a…

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Small Business Saturday 2016

Nov 26 is Small Business Saturday, a day created specifically for small businesses like those Around Anderson Township . This year, don’t just Shop Small for our Businesses. Do it for the businesses you love, for the community you call home, and for the money that can stay in the neighborhood when we all Shop Small. This Nov 26, get up, get out, and Shop Small. It has been said that small business is the true engine of the national economy. They employ more people than all large US corporations, and their positive impact on their local economy is undisputed….

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Silver Ladle Anderson Celebrates First Anniversary

Silver Ladle Anderson is a locally owned, fast-casual lunch & dinner restaurant located at 7917 Beechmont Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio. This is the second location for the business with the first restaurant located in Downtown Cincinnati. They are celebrating one year of serving the Greater Anderson community and have gratefully enjoyed the warm welcome they have received. As a multi-year Taste of Cincinnati award winner, Silver Ladle specializes in fresh, unique items at a reasonable price. The menu offers a wide variety of menu selections (fresh salads, hot soups, customizable chili entrées, sandwiches, stuffed burgers, and more) there is always…

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Anderson Center Opens Up for Shared Office Space Rental Options

The new CoWorks venture joins the flexible workspace trend by offering offices, a conference room, amenities and convenience for a monthly fee. Anderson Township is tapping into one of the nation’s popular workspace trends by opening up a portion of vacant Anderson Center space for shared office space rental opportunities. Anderson’s CoWorks venture is located in approximately 2,500 square feet on the lower level of Anderson Center, in the area formerly occupied by the Anderson Community Television station. Available for monthly rental are a variety of workspace areas, including open office cubicles, shared work spaces, and two types of private…

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Grandmother, granddaughter team launch game on Indiegogo

A Batavia grandmother, Summer Tyler and her 9-year-old granddaughter, Amara Cole, teamed together to create an educational game design firm, Everyday Games, LLC. The start-up company hopes to introduce its first board game, “Elements©”, in late fall of 2016. The partners are currently running a crowd funding campaign on Idiegogo, to raise funds to manufacture the game. The “Elements©” game concept helps preschoolers learn foundational math skills. Tyler, CEO, hopes that children will begin to learn language, math and reading skills at an early age, in part, by playing board games with their family members. “Elements©”requires no reading skills and…

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Take the “Shop Local First” pledge

It has been said that small business is the true engine of the national economy. They employ more people than all large US corporations, and their positive impact on the local economy is undisputed. For every dollar spent at a local area business, over 70% of it stays in the local economy.  For each dollar spent at a national retailer, less than 20% stays in the local economy.  Even if the cost of the product or service is marginally higher, the return is huge. Why take the pledge?  When local businesses prosper they employ local residents, contribute revenue in the…

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Anderson Chamber of Commerce Names Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital Business of the Year

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce has named Anderson Hospital the Business of the Year at its annual Community Award Ceremony. This is the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce’s most prestigious event of the year and it took place the evening of Tuesday, April 19 at Belterra Park. “Anderson Hospital is a proud member of the Anderson Township community and it is our calling to provide area residents with the best in care close to home,” said Jeff Graham, Mercy Health…

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Local Entrepreneur Launches Campaign to Decrease Local Unemployment in Greater Tri-State Area

Joe Abbott founded JLAbbott, LLC with a passion to “put a dent in unemployment.” He is launching a company-wide goal to reach out to nearly 2,000 business owners this month to help get local career-seekers find jobs, and educate companies on growth strategies that will allow them to hire new talent in the region. Since launching his company in 2013, he has already assisted in successfully placing 148 local hires, and has an ambitious goal of increasing that number to 10,000. The issue of unemployment hits close to home for Abbott, a former IBM employee who holds a MBA from…

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Luxury Apartment Plans Approved

$20 Million One Anderson Place Development Approved for Anderson Towne Center Area Luxury apartments will appeal to young professionals, empty nesters A 3-0 vote by Anderson Township trustees on Thursday, Oct. 15 to initiate a Community Reinvestment Area (CRA) brings construction of One Anderson Place, a new luxury apartment development by Hills Properties, Inc., closer to fruition. The development will be located on the JFP Anderson property located along Towne Center Way, at the northern part of the Anderson Towne Center. Ian Guttman, vice president of Hills Properties, Inc., and a principal partner in the project, said construction could begin…

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New Advertising Opportunity!

Leverage our incredible reach to promote your business! With our new advertising program, your business could have the most visible ad on articles that are seen all over the Cincinnati area, as well as our tremendous readership on the east side. For $69 per month, your ad will appear in rotation in the space seen in the image below. Once we have ten businesses participating in the program, the price DROPS to $50 per month! If we reach twenty participating businesses, the price DROPS to $35 per business, per month! What’s even better than a deal like that? Members of…

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