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Our local businesses are the heartbeat of a vibrant economy. Think Columbus First wants to promote your local business to our audience of locally conscious shoppers and business people.

Traditional advertising in magazines, newspapers, radio, coupon mass mailers and billboards may be too expensive for many local independent businesses with small marketing budgets.

When you advertise on Think Columbus First, you get:

  • 24/7/365 exposure via our website and social media updates.
  • Introduction to a segment of our community that is looking for local independent businesses.
  • Share in a campaign that enhances our local economy.
  • Increased exposure for your website.

We currently offer ad space for 300 x 250 pixel Medium Rectangle on our main side column of the home page and most other pages of our site.

Targeted placement on specific pages and posts contact will be available soon contact us for more details.

Contact: Chuck Lynd

Website feedback and suggestions to Mayda.

Want to learn more about SOLE and our projects? Visit solenow.org

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Support Our Local Economy CoalitionThink Columbus First is an initiative of: the Support Our Local Economy (SOLE) Coalition

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Reasons To Love Your Local Small Businesses:
  1. Supportive communities attract entrepreneurs who create local jobs
  2. They hire local people who know you & your unique needs
  3. They help give our communities personality and fun
  4. A 10% Shift from chain to local will create 5000 new jobs in Franklin County

Think Local

  • Consider adding more efficiency to your home or business. Visit Wattworks for indoor and outdoor LED lighting, IR heaters, solar power systems and more.
  • City Folks Farm Shop urban homesteading supplies in Columbus Central Ohio homesteaders and urban farmers can find supplies, classes and resources.
  • Shopping at Easton Town Center can be a local experience, when you visit Celebrate Local. The store features handmade and artisanal products from all over Ohio.

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spend me local Have you seen one of our $2 bills? Did you get it as change from a local merchant? If so, pass it on to a friend or spend it at local independent business. Spread the word, contact us to get some $2 bills.

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