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Small Agency Expected to Nab Ohio Tourism Business By Jim Kir

COLUMBUS, OHIO - An account that was too small for the incumbent Hammeroff/Milenthal/Spence to pitch this year may put a little-known, 18-month-old sho

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Although a final decision for the Ohio Department of Development’s small ($3-4 million) but prestigious state tourism business won’t come down for another week or so, officials close to the state say Fairlawn, Ohio-based Soltis Hardman & Partners is at least the front-runner in the competition.
Tim Kaufman, marketing manager for the state, said last week that the review had been narrowed to one agency, and that the state was going through the normal negotiating process on compensation.

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