Ohio Secretary of State Spotlights Lawn and Garden Businesses in April
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has announced the Ohio lawn and garden businesses as the Ohio Business Spotlight for the month of April.
“This month’s business spotlight recognizes the many family-owned businesses that started with an idea, took root with countless hours of hard work, and have now grown to serve thousands of Ohioans across the state,” said Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
“Some entrepreneurs see a need and work to make a living, while others combine their love of being outside with supporting their families.”
“I grew up working on a farm and can appreciate the desire to work with your hands, to create, and to build something you can pass along to your children and grandchildren like some of these businesses have done.”
According to him, “across Ohio, young men and women are becoming the next generation of entrepreneurs by mowing and caring for their neighbors’ lawns, and some will turn this into a thriving business.”
“Many Ohio businesses were started by a teenager with a dream who made it official by registering their business on the Secretary of State’s website. If you need help starting or growing your own business, Ohio is teeming with resources for new business ideas. Begin your journey down the road to success at the Secretary of State’s Ohio Business Gateway.”
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