Ohio Business Profile
Ohioans should be proud of the businesses that call the Buckeye State home. To celebrate the work being done in Ohio, the Secretary of State’s office launched Ohio Business Profile, a monthly feature highlighting a number of Ohio businesses in a common industry or sector. Since June 2011, 224 Ohio businesses from all around the state have been featured.
Profiled companies are known for creating interesting products, offering outstanding service, contributing to their communities and employing Ohioans. As we work to improve Ohio’s overall business climate, the demonstrated successes of existing Ohio companies can be one of the best marketing tools we have to encourage others to invest here, creating jobs and economic activity.
Businesses are selected to display a diverse geographic, industrial and size representation. Profiles are created based on information provided by each business. Profiles can be viewed at www.OhioBusinessProfile.com or through the Secretary of State’s Facebook page. All Ohioans are encouraged to submit suggestions for future profiles on this site.
Secretary Husted Visits Ohio Businesses
Secretary Husted visits Clark Schaefer Hackett in Cincinnati to help them celebrate their 75th anniversary and recognize them for being featured as an Ohio Business Profile Company.
Secretary Husted tours G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Inc. in Columbus, the largest family-owned and operated Pepsi franchise bottler, employing more than 1,600 people at 11 locations in Ohio and Kentucky.
Secretary Husted visits Bryan Equipment Sales in Loveland and recognizes them for being part of his Ohio Business Profile program, recognized for their more than 65 years in operation.
Secretary Husted takes a shot on a new machine at Shoot-A-Way in Upper Sandusky. Shoot-A-Way has 99% of all colleges and over 50% of all high schools in the country using their machines.