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Scarecrow Blog

Stay tuned for the latest news on the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival.

Focus on Our Sponsors: My Favorite Marketer

  Vic Michener is our Favorite Marketer. Vic donated and designed this website. Vic’s business is myFavoritemarketer.  We appreciate all his efforts. We asked Vic a few questions about the Scarecrow Invasion and his sponsorship.   What is impact of having a website to events like the Invasion?   People look first to the Internet

 

OPP Golden Helmets Performing at the Scarecrow Invasion

The Ontario Provincial Police Motorcycle Precision Team are the pre-parade entertainment at this years Scarecrow Invasion. The team is celebrating their 50th Anniversary. The precision team consists of 21-member team with 20 riders including the Ride Master and a commentator and a civilian motorcycle technician from Transport and Supply. The officiers on the team are on regular

 

Scarecrow Invasion Sponsors Shine

The Scarecrow Invasion has the best sponsors . Our sponsor each deserve to be highlighted on our site so we have created a section called “featured sponsors”. Our first features – BIA and Rotary  were written for our newsletter and moved to this site. Over the summer we will be featuring each of our sponsors. We want

 

Scarecrow Invasion Newsletter Summer 2013

We hope you enjoy reading our latest edition of Something to Crow About. It is great summer reading. Click on the link below to read about one of our great sponsors, scarecrow building workshops, events coming to Meaford and much, much more. Happy Summer to all our Scarecrow Friends! Something to Crow About 2013 Summer

 

Scarecrow Website Launch

Thanks to a donation by Vic Michener, MyFavoriteMarketer, the Scarecrow Invasion has a website. For the past few years, we have been grateful to the Municipality for housing our information and keeping us connected with the public. We greatly appreciate the kindness of the Municipality and especially Rob Armstrong. Thank you, Vic, for your design