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Get in on the Action - Join the Experience! Issue #001 -- Amish Country Experiences
April 04, 2009

Ohio Amish Country Experiences

Volume 001
Issue 001

April 2009

Dear Ohio Amish Country Enthusiast,

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Welcome to the premiere edition of Ohio Amish Country Experiences. We appreciate your interest and share your passion. Thank you so much for subscribing!

We hope you will enjoy this and every subsequent issue of our brand new publication. We want to use this newsletter to help keep you informed and up-to-date with what's new and exciting in Ohio Amish Country.

From time to time we'll be featuring unique attractions to see, great places to go and new things to do.

In this special starter issue we'll be highlighting . . .

1. The all new Reviews section - Be a part of Ohio Amish Country as "Trip Advisors." Get the scoop - or dish it up!

2. The all new Trip Ideas section - Looking for some great trip ideas? Got a great trip idea? You'll not want to miss this bit of news.

3. The Tip of the Month - Need a tour guide? This one fits in your glove box!

4. April Events - Check out what's happening - where and when in Ohio Amish Country.

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New Additions to Experience Ohio Amish Country

Reviews:

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We're building on! We've added a whole new module to our site. We believe this could become the single most important aspect of Experience-Ohio-Amish-Country.com!

Now you can post pictures, comments and reviews of your favorite parts of Ohio Amish Country. You'll even be able to rate and comment on other people's reviews.

Here's your chance to share those memorable moments and wonderful experiences with everyone else.

We value the opinions of those "in the know." And those "in the know" means you! Every time you experience Ohio Amish Country you gain valuable insights and information that others need to know.

Other visitors would like to know your thoughts about where you stayed, where you ate and what you did. What made it so special and why?

From your visits, you've discovered and developed your favorites - those quaint little places off the beaten path, the hidden gems, the golden nuggets, the great bargains, the wonderful tastes, the - ok, sorry, I'm sure you get the idea. It just excites me to imagine all the possibilities!

WANTED:

Your Ohio Amish Country Experiences!

So, the next time you get back from visiting Ohio Amish Country, would you consider jumping online and writing up a quick review on what you did?

Just think, as the reviews accumulate, they'll become an invaluable resource for finding great places to go or stay. So be sure to keep checking back and - by all means please be sure to post your comments as well!

To get started with this great new feature simply check out the following link:

Ohio Amish Country Reviews _________________________________________________________________

Trip Ideas:

Another helpful addition to our site is a list of trip ideas. If you're not exactly sure where to start or where to go, try some suggested trip ideas.

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We've listed several "Route Trips" and some neat "Theme Trips" that are great starting points if you're looking for something special to do in Ohio Amish Country.

Better yet, if you've got a special trip idea that you'd like to share, we've got just the place for you!

To get started with this great new feature please check out the following link:

Ohio Amish Country Trip Ideas _________________________________________________________________

Tip of the Month:

The best "personal tour guide" you can get for the money - is the Map of Ohio's Amish Highways and Byways - hands down.

Here's what you get:

  • All the backroads, cities, towns and villages in Holmes County and the surrounding area listed for your convenience
  • Ohio-Amish-Byways-Map

  • A list of over 250 attractions, inns, bed & breakfasts, cottages, cabins, campgrounds and restaurants so you'll know where to find them
  • All towns, roads and selected attractions grid-indexed to the map to simplify your locating them
  • To borrow the cliché - Don't leave home without it! It's the best map of the area you'll ever find. We can't begin to explain how valuable it is to show you the way around the "Heart of Ohio Amish Country!" We guarantee your satisfaction or we'll buy it back.

    Get Your Map Here _________________________________________________________________

    April Events:

    April 4, 2009

    Machinery Sale
    Kidron Auction, 9 a.m. call 330-857-3431 or 800-589-9749.

    April 10 & 11, 2009

    34th Annual Wooster Rotary Club Antique & Collectible Auction
    Wooster High School, auction begins at 10 a.m. both days, 330-264-1420.

    April 25, 2009

    Native Plant Sale & Gardening Seminar
    The Wilderness Center, 877-359-5235.

    Smithville Village Yard Sales
    Smithville, over 100 yard sales, 330-669-2781.

    Orville Spring Rail Excursion
    Orville Depot, round trip to Pittsburg PA, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., 330-683-2426.

    April 25 & 26, 2009

    Wayne County Home & Garden Show
    Wayne County Fairgrounds, Sat 10-5, Sun 10-4, 330-262-5735.

    April 30 - May 3, 2009

    Geauga Maple Festival
    Historic Chardon Square, rides, arts & crafts, parades, pancake breakfasts, maple stirs, auction, Thurs noon-10, Fri & Sat 10 a.m. - 11 p.m., Sun 11 - 7.

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    Well, guess that's all for now - hope you find this news helpful and as exciting as we do.

    Trust also that you'll have a great Ohio Amish Country Experience - real soon!

    Best Regards,

    Stuart & Norma Watson

    P.S. Feel free to let us know what you think of our newsletter. Give us feedback or suggestions for future issues - just click here. Thanks again! _________________________________________________________________

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