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Attention farm or business owners: Gallia County Farm Bureau is seeking participants for its Buying Local Directory.
The Buying Local Directory will be distributed to 600 Farm Bureau members and will serve as a direct connection between local businesses and the community. It will also be available at local events and sent to new members as they join Farm Bureau throughout the year.
Active members can be listed in the directory for free. Group members can also display a free half page ad (no larger than 5″x7″). These ad spaces offer a direct connection to the 600 Gallia County Farm Bureau members as well as other Gallia County residents who pick up the directory at Farm Bureau events.
If businesses choose to offer a local member benefit as well, those will be included in the Buying Local Directory. The way you participate and the member benefit you choose to offer is entirely up to you. Please specify if your member benefit needs to have a specific time frame.
In addition to these benefits, Farm Bureau will happily promote your business on Facebook (Athens-Meigs, Gallia, Lawrence County Farm Bureaus) including your local member benefit, if offered.
Use this Buying Local Form to sign up for the Buying Local Directory. Please contact the county office at 740-201-2739 or email [email protected] with any questions. Return this form for your free ad by Feb. 26, 2021.
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