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Our sponsors are a very important part of the Scarecrow Invasion. Please support them. We’ll be adding more profiles soon.

Welcome Royal Lepage as a sponsor of the Scarecrow Invasion

Royal Lepage Locations North is the latest sponsor of the Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival. Royal Lepage was founded in 1913. It is renowned as being the most-quoted real estate company in Canada and as a trusted source of information and advice when buying and selling your home. The Royal Lepage Locations North is located


Sponsor: Co-operators

  The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion  and Family Festival is pleased to have Co-operators represented by Jeff Elford Insurance and Financial Services as a sponsor for 2017. Jeff Elford Insurance & Financial Services is an incorporated company consisting of a team of eight insurance professionals, including two Certified Financial Planners. We use a team approach towards


Focus on Sponsors: Metroland Media by Kat Moore

As you start to notice the fall colours entering our town’s skyline, you know it is also time for our yearly visit from the wonderfully, imaginative Scarecrows.  Each year though, the visit of our beloved Scarecrows is carefully choreographed by our hardworking volunteers and our amazing sponsors.  This edition of Focus on the Sponsor is


Focus on Our Sponsors: Bayshore Broadcasting by Kat Moore

The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion is in full swing.  You can find the scarecrow hanging from streetlights, front porches and in store front windows, but it would all be impossible without some great community sponsors.  In this segment of Focus on Our Sponsors, I’d like to introduce you to Ross Kentner of Bayshore Broadcasting. Ross Kentner


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