Message From the President
It's not too late to donate a prize!

Prize Sponsorships are a great way to advertise your business. The prize tables receive a lot of attention through out the evening. If you have a prize to donate, let us know what it is and the value ASAP to make it into the program.

Table Favors are another great way to advertise your business! If you have something nice to put on the tables for the guests, we will accept items to make the tables special. Please let us know if you can help! 

The Casino Royale is the chamber's major fundraiser. We need your help to make it a success! If you can donate a gift card or item, please contact Deb at or 419-447-4141. If you donate a gift card, it could bring you a new customer!
The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Services will be presenting their annual Casino Royale Fundraiser on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The event will be held at Camden Falls located at 2460 S. SR 231, Tiffin. Cocktails will start at 6:30 pm and the raffle will begin at 7:30 pm. There is an abundance of activities planned including live music by Lee Alverson as Elton John and Billy Joel, heavy hor d’oeuvres, and a cash bar. 

Proceeds from this event allow us to continue our mission: support our local business community, improve our quality of life and attract visitors to our great City and County. The proceeds also support the Chamber’s programs including Educators Appreciation Breakfast, Outstanding Citizenship Award, Women's Career Excellence Award, Chamber Cash, and more. This event is the Chamber’s major fundraiser and cannot be done without the support of our community. For more information, visit
Tiffin 200 Bicentennial Events Survey
The Tiffin 200 Bicentennial Committee is looking for community input on celebratory events in 2022.
In 1822, Josiah Hedges purchased the land that would become Tiffin from the Delaware Land Office, and by March, it was named Tiffin. The legislature established Tiffin as the permanent seat of justice for Seneca County on March 25, 1822.
The survey asks for community opinion and suggestions for the bicentennial, including new and existing events that fall into the categories of education, celebration, and heritage for Tiffin's 2022 celebration.
The survey can be found  here  and will conclude on  February 7, 2020 .
More information and a link to the survey can be found at
Follow the Facebook page  @Tiffin200  to stay up to date as the committee finalizes current projects, including plaques for downtown buildings listing historical information and a Bicentennial Ball event. 
We are looking to you!
We need your help! Is your organization or business planning events for 2022? Consider making it a Tiffin 200 event! Let us know by responding to the  survey .
2024 Seneca County Bicentennial
In 1820, the Ohio government authorized the creation of the county from part of Huron County and was attached to Sandusky County. On April 1, 1824, the county was fully organized.
Want to help us plan for Seneca County’s Bicentennial? Contact  Brittany  to get involved!
Seneca County Bicentennial Barn Quilt Trail

From Fostoria to Attica, help us build a barn quilt trail through Seneca County in celebration of the 2024 Bicentennial.
A barn quilt mirrors the cloth quilt and is painted on wood or metal. It can be placed on any building—barns, historical places, or freestanding. The barn quilt movement began with Donna Sue Groves and her wish to honor her mother, Maxine, and her Appalachian heritage by having a painted quilt hung on her barn in Adams County, Ohio in 2011. For more information about Suzi Perron and her barn quilt workshops, visit ! Watch for presentations and workshops coming soon! 
For more information, please visit our Community Calendar , which has complete and up-to-date information on all these events. We hope to see you there!
Leadership Seneca County - January Update

The Leadership Seneca County class of 2020 spent the day at Tiffin University on Wednesday, January 15 th. Coordinator Kim Radison started the day with a presentation and discussion on time management and procrastination....

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Member News Blast
The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Services is offering a new Business Benefit to its members. Once a month, one member will be permitted to send out a news blast. The cost for this news blast is $100. This service is a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested sending your own news blast, please contact Deb. The business is responsible for providing all content and submitting it by the end of the month prior to the month that the message is sent.
Do you have an Upcoming Event?

You may submit information on any events, club meetings, or fundraisers that your business or organization is planning. You may submit online or use a printed Event Submission form. Chamber members should post their events directly online.

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Welcome to our newest members!
Synergy Ag

Synergy Ag, LLC was started in 2018. This is an agricultural based business.

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Renhill HR on Demand

Renhill is a Northwest Ohio, Woman-owned privately owned full-service staffing firm celebrating 50 years in business, helping many companies with their staffing needs. Beginning in 1970 as a permanent recruiting and placement service for the...

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Pictured (left to right): Kellie Hartsel, Mimi Johnston, Nicole Miller and Ryan Mott.

The January Ambassador Meeting was held on Friday, January 17. 
President Kellie Hartsel, St. Francis Senior Ministries, swore in three new Ambassadors: Mimi Johnston, Franciscan Earth Literacy Center; Nicole Miller, Nicole Miller State Farm; and Ryan Mott, MT Business Technologies.  
Chamber Challenge is Thursday, June 11, 2020.