Businesses show their support for the Ohio Wildlife Project
A big shout out for those businesses who have chosen to partner with the Ohio Wildlife project.
Fin Feather Fur Outfitters of Ashland, Boardman, Canton, Middleburg Hts., and Milan Ohio. At The Fin, they pride themselves on customer service & product knowledge. They have gone to great lengths to make sure they are at the forefront of the industry’s new technology and gear. Above all, they want you to feel like family when you walk in their doors.
The Sportsman’s Den is your source for Firearms, Sporting Goods, Hunting Supplies, and Outdoor Gear in North Central Ohio. Located in Shelby it’s just a short drive from Mansfield, and centrally located between Columbus, Cleveland, and Toledo, it is worth the trip to come and see them.
Rural King Supply of Norwalk, America’s Farm and Home Department Store. They have an outstanding product mix including livestock feed, farm equipment, workwear, hunting supplies, housewares and toys. You never know what you will find at your local Rural King and that’s why every trip is an adventure.
Wild Birds Unlimited of Sandusky can help prepare you for the best backyard bird feeding experience possible. At Wild Birds Unlimited, their Certified Bird Feeding Specialist are trained to show you how to turn your yard into a bird feeding habitat that not only brings song, color and life to your home, but also benefits the wild birds and the environment in your area.
Buckeye Acres Campground and Its restaurant the Buckeye Fire & Grill of Clyde Ohio. Located in a quiet country setting, it is the perfect place for a seasonal family getaway, staycation, family vacation, or an enjoyable meal. Their location allows easy access to Cedar Point, Seneca Caverns, Attica and Fremont Speedways. They offer one of the areas longest camping seasons from early April to November.
These businesses have agreed to either have donation box’s placed on their countertops or have a change round up at their registers. We would encourage all outdoor enthusiast to support these local businesses and when checking out don’t forget the Ohio Wildlife Project. The best way to show your support of these businesses is by patronizing them. Let them know you appreciate their partnership with the Ohio Wildlife Project.
If you would be interested in partnering with the Ohio Wildlife Project or know of someone who might be please contact us at email@example.com.