Ribbon cutting, reception set at CVB’s Annin Flagmakers showroom

| June 7, 2014

COSHOCTON — The Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at the new Coshocton Visitors Bureau’s Annin Flagmakers Showroom and Tourism Information Office at 432 N. Whitewoman St. in Historic Roscoe Village. The ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 10, followed by a reception with light breakfast refreshments from the Coshocton Bob Evans Restaurant.  The public is invited to attend this free reception.

The building houses the Coshocton Visitors Bureau office on the second floor, and the Made in the USA City and Annin Flagmakers Showroom along with local tourism information on the main floor.

The office has been open to the public for just a couple of weeks and has already seen numerous tourist and local visitors.

“We are thrilled about all the visitors we have talked with already,” said Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau. “The response has been overwhelmingly positive. People love to hear about how we make the American Flags here in Coshocton. We also plan to showcase other products made in Coshocton and currently have a display of the Wiley’s Finest Fish Oil. Other displays are in the works.”

Tourists to Coshocton County are usually impressed by how hospitable the community is to visitors.

“It is so nice to hear our visitors tell us what a wonderful experience they are having when they are here,” continued Myers. “I think those of us who grew up here just take it for granted that we live in a friendly community. Everyone in our county who comes in contact with a visitor is in the tourism business whether they realize it or not.  So we are grateful that our local residents are so welcoming. We hope our local community can come out to our ribbon cutting and reception as a way of thanking all of them for their positive role and economic impact in our local tourism.”

Find details about Coshocton’s attractions, events, lodging, restaurants, and more at www.VisitCoshocton.com. Contact the Coshocton Visitors Bureau at 432 N. Whitewoman St., by phone 622-4877 or at [email protected].




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