Keep the Cheer Here banner in action

by Cinda Baxter on December 1, 2011

in Holidays, Marketing, The 3/50 Project

Thanks to John Ranes (owner, The Frame Workshop, Appleton WI) for sending in his photo of The 3/50 Project’s Keep the Cheer Here banner, hanging proudly in front of his store. Gotta love it!

To download the banner file for use in your town, visit the Resources page of the Project website. In addition to the banner, there are loads of other marketing materials to promote Keep the Cheer Here, so knock yourselves out.  From postcards to posters to blog slugs, we’ve got it all.

Have fun!


Photo used with permission.

Jimi December 1, 2011 at 10:57 am

Love this banner! I wish I had thought of that!! I will put it on my list of things to do next year. I’m sure you feel like a broken record telling people over and over to shop local, but keep spreading the message. Rural America depends on it.

Cinda Baxter December 1, 2011 at 11:50 am


I’m sooooo with you. My roots are those of a Nebraska farm kid, which means “rural” is always near and dear to my heart. One thing that’s been wonderfully unique about The 3/50 Project, however, is its ability to have a positive impact on communities of all sizes, from large metropolitan areas to remote agricultural towns. Everyone needs the locals to stay in business, after all.

Thanks for the thumbs up!

(P.S. To download the banner or other marketing items, visit the Resources page of the Project website–lots of goodies there, for use all year long.)

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