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  • . BELIEVERS iRhine Event - Shop Findlay Market Saturday, April 21, 2001 10am PRESS RELEASE Introducing the iRhine Project! iRhine is a community marketing initiative focused on the many benefits of the historic neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    Marketing Theme of 2002 Ohio Profitability Tour
  • NEWS : ARTICLE Related Websites Feature Columns: Search: 06/10/2002 Marketing Theme of 2002 Ohio Profitability Tour Writer: Candace Pollock(614)292-3799 Source: Mike Hogan(330)627-4310 COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio farm families looking for economic alternatives to sustain their farming operations can attend any one of 20 tours highlighted in the 2002 Ohio Farm Profitability Tour Series.
  • . 26, is designed to help farm families improve their agricultural operations by visiting other farms and farmer's markets of families who have been successful in their endeavors.
  • . The theme of this year's tour series is marketing and the tour will cover topics such as marketing products from non-traditional agricultural enterprises, using alternative marketing systems to market traditional farm commodities, developing a direct marketing system for farm products and developing value-added products.
  • . "Participants will be able to see how these farm families utilize marketing systems to sell their products to the community.

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  • . Over the past 18 years, he has helped communities throughout the country to develop, revitalize, and improve their public markets and the neighborhoods around them.
  • . He led the team that assessed the feasibility of creating a new wholesale farmers' market in New York City, which included ground breaking research in demand for locally grown foods and potential supply from New York State farmers.
  • . As Project Director for the award-winning Portland Public Market in downtown Portland, Maine, Mr.
  • . Spitzer oversaw all aspects of the creation of a new, year-round indoor market with 25 fresh food businesses in the downtown core, including the project's initial concept development and feasibility analysis.
  • . He then directed the Market's operation from its opening in October 1998 through October 2001.
  • . Under his leadership the Portland Public Market received the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, the HUD/AIA Community Building by Design Award, and awards from the American Planning Association, International Downtown Association, and the American Institute of Architects.

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    Findlay Market shoppers make stand
  • | Currently: 67°F Clear | Thursday, April 19, 2001 Findlay Market shoppers make stand Merchants leery of violence fallout By Patrick Crowley The Cincinnati Enquirer John Gaudio returned to a familiar spot Wednesday morning, working behind stacks of brightly colored produce at an outdoor stand in Findlay Market.
  • . Patty Walpole of Walpole Meats and Jeff Gibbs of Gibbs' Cheese were back at work at Findlay Market Wednesday.
  • . Gaudio's family has operated a produce business in the historic Over-the-Rhine open-air market.
  • . But eight days after rioters trashed many of the stores surrounding the market and a citywide curfew shut the merchants down over the always-busy Easter weekend, Mr.
  • . He's confident shoppers are as just as eager to return to the market.
  • . Pig BBQ, a restaurant known for the barbecued ribs prepared in large grills right on the sidewalk and just across Elder Street from Findlay Market.
  • . I hope it doesn't stay like this, but right now we just don't know if customers are going to come back to the area, especially if they don't think it's safe.” By mid-morning Wednesday a smattering of customers moved through the blocklong market, surveying and purchasing the meats, cheeses, sausages, seafood, breads and more piled behind long rows of glass cases.

    PPS Announces Winners of Small Grants to Diversify Farmers Markets in Twelve Cities and Towns | Project for Public Spaces (PPS)
  • . This grant program is being undertaken in partnership with the Farmers’ Market Coalition (FMC) component of the North American Farmers Direct Marketing Association (NAFDMA), with funding provided by the W.K.
  • . The number of farmers markets across the United States has doubled in the last decade to an estimated 3, 700, selling products ranging from local produce to meat and dairy to crafts.
  • . Almost all farmers markets have started at the community level, initiated by grassroots, agricultural or faith-based organizations, downtown associations, chambers of commerce, or community food activists.
  • . Given this history, most markets have few resources from which to grow, yet they have enormous untapped potential – for farmers, customers, and communities.
  • . "Over the past three years, Project for Public Spaces has deepened its understanding of the complex relationships between a market and the community it serve, " said Steve Davies, Senior Vice President and Director of the Public Markets Program at Project for Public Spaces.

    General Session III | Session A: Facilitating Market Access for Small Farmers
  • General Session III Session A: Facilitating Market Access for Small Farmers Errol R.
  • . Bragg USDA-Agricultural Marketing Service Washington, DC These comments address some of the programs in the U.S.
  • . Department of Agriculture (USDA), and particularly those in the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), designed to improve market access for small farmers.
  • . Improving market access for the small to medium sized farmer is of paramount importance.
  • . Larger producers with greater production and access to capital can invest in new techniques to make their products "market ready".
  • . Smaller producers, however, generally do not have the production volume needed to utilize advanced packing and handling techniques and find it difficult to access mass markets.
  • . The importance of a strategic marketing plan is therefore essential to the survival of the small limited resource producer.
  • . The mission of the Agricultural Marketing Service is to facilitate the strategic marketing of agricultural products in domestic and international markets while ensuring fair trading practices and promoting a competitive and efficient marketplace for the benefit of producers and consumers.

  • . The recovery took several steps forward Tuesday: Two Cincinnati advertising and marketing companies announced they will donate t heir services to a campaign to restore the battered image of Over-the-Rhine businesses.
  • . Once LPK has the image campaign plan in place, Empower Media Marketing will execute the plan through advertising and marketing.
  • . One store owner wants the city to buy vacant property and to create public lots similar to what was done several blocks away at Findlay Market.
  • . Findlay Market market appears to be recovering far more quickly than other less known parts of Over-the-Rhine.
  • . Carolyn Madison of Madison's Ridgeview Farm at the market said at the Cincinnati Business Inc.

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    Living - The Cincinnati Post
  • | Currently: 67°F Clear | POST DEPARTMENTS POST RESOURCES Food shopping at Findlay Market Find exotic and down-home fare in a festive atmosphere By Joyce Rosencrans Post food editor Head to historic Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine if you're looking for a lively shopping event.
  • . You'll rub elbows with an eclectic clientele from all over the tri-state, including locals from the Findlay Market neighborhood two blocks off Central Parkway -- approximately defined by Race, Elm, Findlay, Elder and Pleasant streets.
  • . If you go marketing on the busiest day, which is definitely Saturday, you'll be rewarded by all the vendors being present -- those permanent ones licensed by the city, plus part-time sellers.
  • . Also on Saturdays in April, visitors will be treated to free, 20-minute ArchiTreks guided walking tours of the market district -- courtesy of the Cincinnati Preservation Association and Over-the-Rhine Foundation.
  • . Gold-shirted "ambassadors" from Brantley Services are there to be hospitable, to direct market visitors and to work closely with the police.

    Cincinnati Reds Opening Day
  • . The 87th annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade will begin at 11 a.m.
  • . at the market, on the corner of Race and Green streets, and end at Fifth Street and Broadway.
  • . Cheryl Eagleson, marketing director for Findlay Market, said the parade marks the start of spring, the opening day of the baseball season and the revitalization of the Findlay Market.
  • . For Reds fans without a ticket, Findlay Marketwill host a drawing to win two opening day tickets.
  • . For more information on the parade, visit

    Farms and Farmers' Markets, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Resource Guide
  • Resources Special sites Services Search this web site: | Farms and Farmers' Markets Search Epicurious: Search Food Network: Pittsburgh Region The farmers' markets in Pittsburgh run from May to November.
  • . Held in several locations on various days.
  • . A nonprofit organization whose mission is to generate enthusiastic, informed public involvement in building dynamic, innovative, and sustainable community farmers markets as a means of supporting local farming and enhancing the region's quality of life.
  • . Search for the term " farmers markets " because each Thursday during the summer, the food section of the Post-Gazette reports on what produce is available in the local farmers' markets, which are then listed.
  • . Pittsburgh Farms If you miss the farmers market, you can drive out to these farms and purchase fresh produce there.
  • . Pennsylvania From the Agricultural Marketing Service at the US Department of Agriculture.

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    Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce

  • . Second Sundays on Main is an open-air sidewalk marketplace on Main Street between 12th and Liberty Streets in Over-the-Rhine.
  • . Each point on the star represents each of the 5 unique neighborhoods(Washington Park, Mohawk, Central, Pendleton, and Findlay Market) that make up Over-the-Rhine.
  • . Joan Kaup received the Chairman's Award for her efforts on the Over-the-Rhine Chamber Marketing Committee and Second Sundays on Main.
  • . Special Recognition Star Awards went to Bob Pickford of Findlay Market for his calm and confident leadership of Findlay Market through a stormy time, Jim Tarbell , Vice Mayor of Cincinnati for spearheading a program that provides zero down payment loans to the artists in the Over-the Rhine community.

    The University of Findlay - Marketing
  • . Marketing provides an organizational and market-based perspective that often proves valuable as people move through their careers.A major in marketing is available at The University of Findlay and requires the 15 core business courses as well as various marketing courses.
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