September 2012

This September we are profiling companies around Ohio who get us ready for fall and the excitement of football season in our “Kick-Off to Fall” theme. The Pro Football Hall of Fame, in Stark County, is celebrating their 50th year of preserving and displaying millions of football artifacts in their state-of-the-art museum. Riddell Sports, in Lorain County, is the official helmet sponsor of the NFL® and is the leader in helmet technology and innovation. Wilson Sporting Goods Company, in Hardin County, manufactures footballs for all level of competition and has made every Super Bowl ball for 45 years. D1 Sports Training Columbus, in Franklin County, offers training and mentoring classes for all ages of athletes and is co-owned by football icons who call Ohio home. Sports Construction Group, in Cuyahoga County, is a specialized sports field construction company, installing both natural and synthetic athletic fields around Ohio. HOMAGE, in Franklin County, gets everyone geared up for game day in their vintage-inspired graphic tee shirts and has expanded into more than 20 countries internationally.


Don’t forget everyone’s favorite part of football season, tailgating. Stadium Salsa LLC, in Wood County, uses locally-grown tomatoes to make a great-tasting, all-natural salsa right here in Ohio. Herman Falter Packing Company, in Franklin County, has been family-owned and operated for 122 years serving customers high quality beef, pork and cheese products. And for your sweet tooth, Marsha’s Homemade Buckeyes, in Wood County, makes more than 35,000 hand-dipped buckeyes each day with the homemade quality all customers have come to expect.


Whether you are a sports fanatic, athlete or just someone who loves a good tailgating experience, football in Ohio means big business and these companies are certainly all leaders in their “fields."

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