Annual Awards Press Release and Videos

Oct 16, 2017 | News |

OHIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (OEDA) 2017 ANNUAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS – Press Release

 

Award Winner Videos:

Economic Marketing – small
https://youtu.be/OIte6KkDisw

Economic Marketing – medium
https://youtu.be/5MTO1p8Ei6s

Economic Marketing – large
https://youtu.be/hwBngyv_Xrg

Economic Innovation
https://youtu.be/C2VxAUv65AE

Workforce Development
https://youtu.be/WHSRSJ6Kyl4

Rookie of the Year
https://youtu.be/MgtXaOvxLJM

Best Project
https://youtu.be/25xsq1fl2fA

Volunteerism
https://youtu.be/FFxyLEdMdSg

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