Pavilion at Stan Hywet Hall reopens

November 2, 2017 by  

A facility at Stan Hywet Hall, once home to F.A. Seiberling, the co-founder of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, has opened its doors once more.

In 2002, the [Read more]

From councilors to counselors in Akron

October 4, 2017 by  

After several contentious meetings, Akron City Council members have agreed to start working with a professional in conflict management, has reported.

Marilyn Keith, the [Read more]

Printing Services in Akron, Ohio

September 14, 2017 by  

In order for a business to grow, it needs to have a clear message for its brand, market itself well, and satisfy customers with its products every time. But what about “products” that aren’t being sold to customers ― marketing materials?

These materials, such as business cards, flyers, logos, signs, and even vehicle wraps, send customers a clear signal about how professional you are. So, why not go for the best printing service, whether you’re looking for full-color digital prints, sharply embossed business cards, or glossy, attractive mailers?

Akron may not be Columbus or Cincinnati, but it’s still one of the best-positioned cities in the U.S., as a gateway between the big cities out East and the ones in the Midwest. You can access over 40% of the entire U.S. population within an 8-hour drive from Akron! No wonder the “Rubber City” is always bouncing back.

Now, in order to bounce to new heights above your competitors, you’ll need to create materials and designs representing your brand so that, when you’re driving in the company vehicle emblazoned with your logo, or you’re having mailers sent all around town, you can be confident that people will pay attention. That’s how customers are born.

Some ways to make sure this happens? For food manufacturers, brand your containers and boxes with a fantastic logo. For shopkeepers, create personalized, detailed catalogs and mailers. By doing so, you associate your brand with high quality, and your potential customers will know that your products meet a similar gold standard.

Lock 2 brightened up and ready for visitors

September 2, 2017 by  

People have been working to improve Lock 2, which is one of 19 locks in the Akron area, and its new look is now set to be celebrated.

Built during the [Read more]

Akron trades land to juice company

August 1, 2017 by  

Akron recently agreed to sell over an acre of land to Country Pure Foods, a food processing company.

The company plans to [Read more]

Akron school opens new facility

July 3, 2017 by  

Summit Academy Akron, an elementary school in the city, recently dedicated a new playground with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Summit Academy Management operates a number of [Read more]

Akron holds inaugural paddle race

June 4, 2017 by  

On May 20, 2017, over 60 people came out to take part in the first-ever Portage & Paddle race, a fundraising event for the West Hill neighborhood.

Paddlers with [Read more]

Prom Promise helps girls get ready for their big night

May 3, 2017 by  

In Akron, Savannah James has made the dreams of 38 young women come true via her Prom Promise organization, according to an article in the Akron Beacon-Journal.

Savannah is the wife of [Read more]

Baseball team on lookout for local singers

April 2, 2017 by  

The Akron RubberDucks, the city’s Double-A minor league baseball team, recently held auditions to find people to sing the national anthem at home games. The Ducks are affiliated with the Cleveland Indians.

The auditions were held March 18 at [Read more]

Developers considering revamping downtown Akron hotel

March 3, 2017 by  

The vacant Akron City Center Hotel offers 19 stories that could be used for apartments and hotel rooms, and both developer Joel Testa, who is COO and president of Testa Companies, and David Brennan, who owns the building, are enthusiastic about [Read more]

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