Tourist dollars add up for local busi...

Tourist dollars add up for local businesses

There are 6 comments on the ThisWeek Community Newspapers story from Aug 20, 2011, titled Tourist dollars add up for local businesses. In it, ThisWeek Community Newspapers reports that:

Phoenix Bats general manager Seth Cramer shows off the CAD-driven Locatelli lathe to visitors from an Evelyn's Excursion Bus Tour to Union County on Aug.

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Panda Bear

Powell, OH

#1 Aug 20, 2011
"It's human nature to find another location more interesting than our own." Rings true for her. Sounds like the she is more interested in promoting activities outside of the county.

Also, the activities which draw the most people to Union County are not even mentioned. Not sure she really knows what she is doing?
surgerloaf

Huntsville, OH

#2 Aug 21, 2011
Yea,
This is the first time I have heard anything in the news about her new job she got on with union county about exactly 1 year ago. I wondered if she was still employed there?

Her ego is bigger than ex-coach tress & his sister's if she figures in 2009 the counties tourism generated $74M (over $200k per day).

Maybe she should go back quiet for anuddaha year err so.....Baby!
familyfirst

Chillicothe, OH

#3 Aug 21, 2011
hope the tourist aren't looking for somewhere to shop when in Marysville because there is nothing here. Where is the Target and Meijer we were promised?
familyfirst

Chillicothe, OH

#4 Aug 21, 2011
Columbus was always the best place to live before the crime came in. Marysville is a nice little town, but sin lives everywhere, not one place is 100% safe. I find the people here to be snotty and fake. not all but a lot more then other towns I visit. Shopping in Grove City, and other towns, the people are very down to earth. Marysville has a lot of middle aged snobby women that should never have been hired to work with the public. Hire the young pretty girls, they are the kindest. The old hags are rude and are bad for business.
PTIP

Columbus, OH

#5 Aug 22, 2011
This women is living in a dream world. The funds generated by the local restaraunts are just that local and have connection to "tourism".

She makes it sound as if The Union County Visiotr's Bureau is responsible for all the activity that does go on here. Just another worthless operation as is The Union cunty Foundation.
animal_control

Huntsville, OH

#6 Aug 23, 2011
Yea, way to go candie...Baby!

You want credit for the half priced dawg food I bought over at big lots also?

She oughta' know about touring union county cuz she needs to commute from her crib over in logan county just to tell the suckers living union county at her job what's going on, before she goes back home to logan county again?

Her hubby is also a public employee (cop) if I remember right.

Remember that last joke the comminishers hired was clear fron ashtabulaha couny and lived in dublin!

Union county commissioners should eliminate her position and the bogus hotel bed tax all toghter and find somthing more productive and worthwhile such as expanding the fairgound events and funding.

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