The Renaissance of Wheels on Tiffin expands party bus business

Downtown business invests more than $30,000

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 9, 2022 – Renaissance of Tiffin owner Dave Spridgeon announced today the expansion of the Renaissance of Tiffin on Wheels with the purchase and renovation of a new party bus, the third in its fleet. This expansion will include a $30,000 investment and the hiring of six new employees. The new bus will be available in early June.

Spridgeon was pleased with the announcement, saying “We started this business in 2020 to attempt to survive the shutdown, but this business has filled a need and is thriving in Tiffin.”

The Renaissance of Tiffin received the state Heritage Ohio Main Street Business of the year award in 2021 for their growth during the shutdown through the party bus business. The service often hosts community members for events like casino trips, winery stops, bachelor and bachelorette parties, retirements parties, weddings, birthdays, proms, and more. The trips often take people to major cities in Ohio from Toledo and Cleveland to Columbus and Cincinnati.

Tiffin City Mayor Aaron Montz said, “We would like to congratulate Dave on the expansion of a successful business and are pleased to see this endeavor continuing to grow in Tiffin.”

About The Renaissance on Wheels:

The Renaissance on Wheels was created in 2020 to assist the Renaissance of Tiffin during the shutdown. It consists of a party bus resembling a mobile speakeasy and containing 14 reclining seats, a new sound system, smart TV and LED lighting for any occasion. The second vehicle is a limo seating 10-12 with a new sound system and LED lighting. Book them 30-60 days in advance for your Ohio trip. For more information, go to their website at www.therenaissanceoftiffinonwheels.com.

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

Art studio and gallery to locate in Downtown Tiffin

Professional artist Chelsea Mullins opening location at 193 S. Washington

Mullins teaching art classes at Paint and a Pint.

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 2, 2022 – Local artist Chelsea Mullins announced today that she is opening her first art studio and gallery location in Downtown Tiffin at 193 S. Washington St., in the new Studio2 location shared by Heart of Ohio Sports. The business displaying, selling, and teaching art classes will open at the end of July or early August.

Mullins is a Tiffin Columbian graduate with degree in Fine Art & Art History from Terra State. She has been painting professionally for almost nine years, with a focus on commission work, portraits, murals, sculpting, and performance art. She currently serves as Co-Vice Chair of the Tiffin Municipal Arts Commission and recently painted the mural at Your Legacy Federal Credit Union in honor of their recent expansion.

Mullins painting a mural at Bailiwicks Coffee Company.

In making the announcement, Mullins said, “I am excited to take this step and make art more accessible to people. I am also excited to be doing it in downtown Tiffin, where I’m joining the Tiffin Art Guild, the Poignon Project and Community Art Shed, Studio 605 Fine Art, Hawkes Crystal, Rustic Flair & Brush, and the Tiffin Glass Museum.”

In addition to her creating her own art and her work as a visual artist Mullins plans on focusing on personal, couples, and group art lessons, using a more interpretative and introspective approach. With experience in conducting local art events, like the Tiffin Music and Art Festival and successful Paint and a Pint classes at the Tiffin Brewery. “I hope to hold classes at our new studio and grow from there.” she said.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz was pleased with the announcement: “We congratulate Chelsea on her new downtown location, where she is joining the Tiffin Art Guild, the Poignon Project and Community Art Shed, Studio 605 Fine Art, Hawkes Crystal, Rustic Flair & Brush, and the Tiffin Glass Museum. It’s clear that the arts are alive and well in Tiffin.”

You can learn more about Chelsea Mullins Professional Artist at https://www.facebook.com/AwkwardlyWandering/.

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About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC (now TSEP) umbrella as the “Downtown Development Board,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

Freeze Dried Ohio announces new Tiffin business

New freeze-dried candy and fruit venture is up and running

Mary and Jeremy Franks

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 29, 2022 – Freeze Dried Ohio, a start-up freeze-dried foods company specializing in homemade candies and produce, announced today that it is establishing its kitchen in Downtown Tiffin in partnership with the Renaissance of Tiffin at 129 S. Washington Street. The machine was installed and up and running in early April, and product is being sold at Molyet’s Farm Market and JAM’s Monthly Markets.

Owners Mary and Jeremy Franks grew up in Tiffin, graduated from Columbian, got married, and then Jeremy served in the Marine Corps. After Jeremy was discharged, Mary attended Heidelberg University and then ran two other small businesses out of her home. The pair purchased a freeze-dried machine for their family and fell in love with how the process affects the flavor.

“We are so excited to make this available in Tiffin and northwest Ohio,” said Mary Franks. The freeze-dried process makes food super light and crispy, and it enhances the flavor. We plan on sourcing local produce as much as possible, and we can’t wait for people to try our homemade caramel and peanut butter puffs, too.”

The Franks were assisted by the Small Business Development Center at Terra State, which provided certified small business counseling free of charge. They also entered a partnership with Dave and Amber Spridgeon of the Renaissance of Tiffin to use their kitchen space to get their small business off the ground.

“We believe this is a project our whole family can participate in, and we want to add to the local food movement in Tiffin,” said Jeremy.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz commented: “Congratulations to Mary and Jeremy. It’s amazing to see the entrepreneurship in this community continuing to flourish and successful businesses helping new ones get started. It’s this spirit of connection and support which makes us unique. We wish them all the best.”

For more information, please check out Freeze Dried Ohio’s facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FreezeDriedOhio.

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About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio, which consistently ranks among the top communities nationally for economic development. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Heart of Ohio Sports to open studio in Downtown Tiffin

New livestreaming business to locate at 193 S. Washington St.

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 25, 2022 – Nate Mullins announced today that he has signed a lease to open a new studio for his Heart of Ohio Sports media company. The new multi-functional space, titled Studio², will be located at 193 S. Washington St. and should be open by the end of July or early August.

Heart of Ohio Sports is an online sports livestream and broadcast media company and is a part of Mullins Entertainment Productions, LLC which was launched in 2014. The business has ramped up this year to include six employees and expects to be at eight by the end of the year. The company has made significant investments in state-of-the-art computing, monitors, cameras, and audio interface equipment, and it broadcasts games on various platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and on their website, which is currently under development.

In making the announcement, Mullins also explained why he is growing his business here and the long-term vision for the company: “When we start out, I want it to be in Tiffin. I feel like this is where we will see the most support, simply because this is such a great place to do business. It truly is full of community minded family-owned businesses, just like the one I’m trying to start. My vision is to have multiple video crews that will go to sites to cover games. I want to provide the people of Ohio access to high school and college sports they have never had access to before when it comes to live streaming and media coverage.”

Currently broadcasting local high school baseball, this fall Heart of Ohio Sports will provide livestreams of every Tiffin Columbian and Calvert Catholic football game. The business is also partnering with Dead Shark Productions to produce video commercials, and has secured title sponsorships from First National Bank of Sycamore, Your Legacy, MST Sauce Company, TPC, Xcaret, and Rodgers Flowers as title sponsors. Heart of Ohio has also joined the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and is excited to do a ribbon cutting in the next few months. The Chamber will also work to promote sponsorship opportunities for Heart of Ohio Sports.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz was pleased with the announcement, saying, “We welcome Heart of Ohio Sports to the downtown and thank Nate on growing his entrepreneurial spirit and helping residents, alumni, and the general public experience the excitement of high school sports virtually from any location.”

You can learn more about Heart of Ohio Sports at www.facebook.com/HeartofOhioSports.

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About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC (now TSEP) umbrella as the “Downtown Development Board,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

About Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce

For over a century, the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce has been the trusted source of knowledge and support for area businesses. Learn more at www.SenecaRegionalChamber.com

Tom Rodgers Flowers and Airbnb Expands in Downtown Tiffin

Entrepreneur Brian Ferguson invests more than $200,000 in businesses

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 20, 2022 – Brian Ferguson, owner of Tom Rodgers Flowers, announced today that he is expanding the business into custom framing and has purchased and renovated 257 Rear S. Washington St., with plans to make it an Airbnb. Both the frame shop and Airbnb will be operational in mid-May.

Ferguson was excited to make the announcement, saying “I continue to believe and invest in Downtown Tiffin. It has truly undergone an amazing revitalization, and I am pleased to be able to expand my business and create a place for people to stay overnight, so they can experience everything we have to offer.”

Tom Rodgers Flowers was established in 1947 by Theodore Rodgers, and Tiffin native Brian Ferguson purchased the business in 2014. In 2019, the business upgraded the store and finalized a deal with Jim’s Formal Wear to expand and sell and rent designer clothing. The new expansion will add custom framing, matting, and shadow boxes to their services.

“It is exciting to have a business in Downtown Tiffin for 75 years and watch as they continue to expand and keep it fresh for future generations to enjoy,” said Mayor Aaron Montz. “The new upscale Airbnb is also welcome addition to our community.”

More information about Tom Rodgers Flowers I available at their website tomrodgersflowershop.com or on Facebook.

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

Lange Gordon Rannigan & Claus approved for grant

Five Building Owners Invest Nearly $80,000

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 19, 2022 – Today, the Architectural Board of Review (ABR) approved a Façade Enhancement Grant for the Lange Gordon Rannigan & Claus building located at 27 Court St.

The ABR approved a grant of nearly $4,000 for the restoration of the second and third floor windows for this property at 27 Court St. The ABR approved additional projects for exterior resurfacing at Big Mikes, located at 274 S Washington St., window mural signage for Decker’s Outlet, located at 139 South Washington Street, new signage at the Seneca County Justice Center, located at 103 E Market St., and for bicentennial window clings for downtown businesses. Combined, these projects total nearly $80,000 in investment in Downtown Tiffin.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz commented: “It is great to see the growth downtown continue as a result of the investments from our building and business owners. The momentum continues with no end in sight.”

Since the Façade Enhancement Program’s inception in 2014, 107 projects have been approved for a total downtown investment of $2.9 million.

About the Façade Enhancement Program

The Façade Enhancement Program is a City of Tiffin reimbursement grant that was started in 2014 and provides a 50 percent match of funds for eligible exterior improvements on residential and commercial structures within the downtown historic district, up to $10,000. Each building is eligible to receive up to $10,000 per calendar year. For more information, visit www.tiffinseneca.org (search “Façade Enhancement”).

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

Successful Seneca County service business seeks buyer

Seller asks $1.2 million for business with multi-county service

TIFFIN, OHIO – Monday, April 18, 2022 – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that the owner of a successful Seneca County service business is looking to retire and sell the business. Detailed information about this opportunity, codenamed “Project Celeste,” can be found on TSEP’s “Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse” at tseoc.org. The opportunity will remain open from now until June 20, 2022. Interested parties should contact Adam Gillmor, Development Coordinator at TSEP, at gillmor@tiffinseneca.org, or by phone at 614.725.8086.

The business owner, who wishes to remain anonymous at this time, plans to retire and wants to pass their business on to another entrepreneur. With $650,000 in gross sales and clients in the surrounding counties, this business well positioned for the future. Currently, the business employees four people and leases two spaces in Tiffin and Findlay. The seller is asking for $1.2 million for the business as well as its vehicles, inventory, and other assets. If the buyer needs assistance to learn the business, the seller is willing to provide six months to one year of introductory support to the buyer. Eligible parties may include people wanting to run and/or own the business, but don’t have to be both.

Current board president of the Seneca County Commissioners Anthony Paradiso stated his support of the project. “Seneca County businesses are well respected regionally and have a wide reach outside of our county. The Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse has connected businesses with buyers for a year, and I’m confident it will find a buyer for this successful and respected company.”

About the Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse

The Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse (TSEOC), launched in April 2021, is designed to facilitate the flow of entrepreneurial talent and capital to new business start-up, franchise, and business acquisition opportunities. There may be investors that do not want to run the business but would be willing to invest if a competent entrepreneur and business manager could be found. To date, the Clearinghouse has promoted ten opportunities and facilitated three successful business transactions: Bird Scooters, Kuebler Shoes, and T.J. Willie’s. Additional information can be found at tseoc.org.

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio, which consistently ranks among the top communities nationally for economic development. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Braised in Balance announces relocation to Downtown Tiffin

Northwest Ohio meal prep business partners with Chandelier

Braised in Balance owners Brittany Trammell & Brad Price

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 15, 2022 – Braised in Balance, a fresh meal prep business started in 2019 in northwest Ohio, announced today that it was relocating its operation to Downtown Tiffin. The business will still be serving existing customers during the transition and will be open for new customers and pick-up beginning in mid-May at the Chandelier Community Event Center at 151 S. Washington Street.

Established in Fremont in 2019, Braised in Balance is a chef-curated meal prep business that outgrew its initial location and searched the region for a new location with a larger kitchen. They chose Tiffin because of the opportunity to partner with the Chandelier and use their kitchen as well as for the vitality, energy and momentum of Tiffin’s downtown.

Co-owner Brittany Trammell was excited to make the announcement. “We are looking forward to getting engaged in the downtown activities and working with the local businesses. Right now, we are in Tiffin on Mondays and Tuesdays preparing meals, and we have found the Tiffin community to be very welcoming. We are excited to get completely up and running here and serve this community.”

Trammell and co-owner Brad Price manage a staff of four and prepare 250 to 500 meals every week using fresh, local ingredients to help community members reach their health goals. They have found that the majority of their clients are busy individuals and small families that want healthy meal options.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz commented: “It is exciting to see new, heathy food options which broaden the options available to our community, and it’s exciting to continue to see new businesses open up in our downtown.”

Braised in Balance is a member of the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce.

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC (now TSEP) umbrella as the “Downtown Development Board,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

About the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce

For over a century, the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce has been the trusted source of knowledge and support for area businesses. As innovators who find new ways of getting things done, we are staying up to date on economic, community, and technological developments. The Chamber wants their members to thrive, raising the bar for growth and prosperity in Seneca County. Learn more at www.TiffinChamber.com.

Seneca County Youth Entrepreneur Places in National Pitch Competition

This press release was issued from the Seneca County CEO program on 4/15/2022.

Madison Beard, high-school entrepreneur and National Pitch Competition honorable mention winner

A local youth entrepreneur was recently Honorable Mention in a National Pitch Competition, where she competed alongside over 260+ other high-school-aged entrepreneurs for a share of $4,000 in cash prizes.

Madison Beard from Seneca East and a participant of the Seneca County CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) program, made an official submission to the 2022 National Pitch Competition, alongside 5 other local Seneca CEO Students.

The other submissions from the Seneca County Program were made by CEO Participant(s), Shayden Heiser from Seneca East for his beef business Heiser Cattle Company, Ashton Hemminger from Calvert High School for her marketing consulting business AJ & Co., Natalie Johnson for her clothing business All Shapes ’N Sizes, Kaidan Mathias from Mohawk High School for her mental health non-profit Buddy Systems and Lauren Moyer from Mohawk High School for her dog walking business Leashes by Lauren.

Madison Beard has been working alongside her fellow CEO Participants all year to ideate and
create her business, Bars by Mads.

With this award, she receives $50 in cash prizes that can be invested back into her business concept, as well as a collection of resources to support them in their entrepreneurial journey.

The CEO program is an accredited entrepreneurship education course available to Seniors from all local Seneca County Schools. The class is never held in school, rather, participants meet five days a week for 90 minutes in local businesses.

Throughout the school year, the CEO program takes students out of the classroom and into
local businesses, allowing them to meet with community leaders, exposing them to dozens of
guest speakers, and providing them with mentors who coach them through the process of
starting and running a business.

Each student leaves the program having created two businesses – a class business, a
collaborative effort among all current participants which takes place in the first half of the year,
and an individual business, which participants focus on developing during the second semester
of the course.

In the 2022 National Pitch Competition, Madison Beard shared her business through a recorded, 30-second video, which was taken in one continuous shot and then uploaded to a secure platform for judging.

Submissions for the competition were reviewed by a community of over 70 CEO stakeholders from across the country comprised of CEO board members, CEO Alumni, local business owners, and mentors.

The top pitches were announced on a live webinar on April 13th, 2021, during which these highlevel judges awarded the winners and provided comments and expert advice to students on
pursuing their entrepreneurial path forward.

About CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities)

Midland Institute’s “CEO program” is entrepreneurship education that seeks to prepare people,
especially youth, to be responsible, enterprising individuals who become entrepreneurs or
entrepreneurial thinkers and contribute to economic development and sustainable communities.
The CEO program is much more than a textbook course. Rather, students are immersed in reallife learning experiences with the opportunity to take risks, manage the results, and learn from
the outcomes.

Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership opens national search for next President & CEO

Applications accepted until May 16

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 14, 2022 – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that it has launched a national search to find its next leader, as current President & CEO David Zak resigned this week to assume a leadership position with the Crawford Partnership for Education and Economic Development. Position description and requirements can be found at tsepsearch.com. Resumes and cover letters will be accepted by email only to tsepsearch@tiffinseneca.org until 5 p.m. Monday, May 16, 2022.  

Lillian Schumacher, Chair of the TSEP Board of Trustees and President of Tiffin University, was excited about starting the next chapter for the award-winning organization that serves as the economic, downtown, and community development agent for the City of Tiffin and rural Seneca County. “We are one of the premier local economic development organizations in the country,” she said, “and we are looking for a strong, experienced, dynamic, and visionary leader to help us continue the success we have seen over the past decade.” She also stated, “I am grateful for David Zak’s leadership and wish him the best in his new position.”

Site Selection magazine has ranked the Tiffin-Seneca County micropolitan in the top 20 percent nationally in economic development for 11 straight years, and for five of the past six years, it has ranked among the top 10 of the 581 micropolitans in the United States. Since 2014, companies have invested half a billion dollars and created 2,800 new jobs here, and in 2021, the organization won the Ohio Economic Development Association award for Innovation in Economic Development for its small business relief grant program.

Dean Keller, head of the Search Committee, Immediate Past Chair and President of the First National Bank of Sycamore, said, “We have incredible collaboration here, and we believe you need a holistic approach to economic development. In addition to traditional industrial and commercial development, we also focus on downtown revitalization, community development, entrepreneurship and workforce development in order to be a community of choice where people want to live, work, invest, and run a business.”

Thanks in large part to TSEP’s efforts, Downtown Tiffin has received both state and national Main Street accreditation every year since 2016, as well as nine state awards for revitalization excellence. It has also recorded more than 70 new downtown businesses, $35 million of new investment, and 100 façade projects take place in the downtown. TSEP Director of Downtown Revitalization Amy Reinhart has been recognized as Ohio’s Main Street Manager of the Year, and more than 50 volunteers contribute 1,500 hours per year to the downtown efforts.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz, a member of TSEP’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, described the importance of the search this way: “We continue to push for excellence in everything we do, and we aspire to continue becoming one of the best communities in the state and country. In order to get there, we need an experienced leader at TSEP to join our community and help us move forward with passion, dedication, and a high level of engagement.”

Rounding out the TSEP team are Development Coordinator Adam Gillmor, Seneca Job & Family Services Business Services Consultant Carol Owen Kern, and Operations Manager Corrina Haynes. Gillmor helps coordinate the Dream Big Tiffin! community development initiative, the Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurship Clearinghouse, and rural development. Owen Kern leads adult-based workforce development and the organization’s INSIGHT retention and expansion program. Haynes support the team, manages finances, and administers the Sandusky-Seneca-Tiffin Port Authority.

Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner, also a member of TSEP’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, strongly supports both the organization and the search. “It will be difficult to fill the shoes of David Zak, who is unfortunately moving on. We know, though, that TSEP has a great team in place and works extremely hard to promote our community, communicate with stakeholders, and drive economic growth. We think this is a great opportunity for the right person.” 

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio. Tiffin and Seneca County consistently rank in the top two percent of communities nationally for economic development and has one of the most recognized and award-winning downtown Main Street programs in Ohio. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.