Published: Monday, August 4, 2014

United Way of Greater Stark County recently launched a new campaign for small businesses in the Stark County area.  We are pleased to be a participant in the new #SMALLBIZUNITED program. When you invest in United Way, you invest in a stronger community.  With so many good and charitable causes out there, it can be difficult to know if your dollars are making a measurable difference.  United way takes the guess work out of it for you.  By participating with United Way you are investing in programs and services that make Stark County a better place to live.

Seifert Technologies has been working with United Way for more than a decade because we truly believe in the work that they are doing in our Stark County community.  With this program, small businesses are given the opportunity to contribute in a big way to a local program that invests back to our youth.  Investing in our future is a winning move for us now more than ever.  

The great thing about the new #SMALLBIZUNITED program is that in giving you are also getting recognized for your investment in Stark Counties future.  for $120 tax deductible dollars a small business will get their photo taken with the #SMALLBIZUNITED sign showing your support blasted through social media.  It will be featured on the United Way of Greater Stark County's Facebook page and on Twitter @UnitedWayStark.  In addition each small business that contributes will receive a 2014-15 Caring Club e-Membership providing discounts to local merchants.

For small business that contribute at the $500 level or more they will also receive FREE advertising space in The Repository's Stark Business Journal.  The business will even get to pick which quarter they would like their ad to be featured in 2015.  This special offer is on a first come, first serve basis.  Do not wait, contact United Way Greater Stark County today to get started.

Our children are worth the investment.  Let's make Stark County a great place to work and play!


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