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FABRegion.ca wins Award

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London – At this week’s Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO) annual conference in London, ON, the new website FABRegion.ca won a provincial marketing award.  The website, created by Fine Line Design in Stirling, ON, is a project belonging to the economic development offices of Hastings, Prince Edward and Lennox & Addington Counties as well as the Frontenac Community Futures Development Corporation.

“We are thrilled to receive this award”, stated Hastings County Economic Development Manager Andrew Redden who attended the conference.  “The award is marvelous recognition for our efforts and the ongoing partnership of our four communities”, added Lennox & Addington Economic Development Manager Stephen Paul who also attended.

FABRegion.ca is an online marketing platform that builds on the existing awareness and momentum of the four counties together as a gastronomic capital.  The website offers an avenue to promote the identification of the latest food trends, seed ideas and assist new entrepreneurs with an interest in opening an artisan food or drink production business.

Expert judges reviewed all of the entries that covered everything from promotional brochures to infrastructure development projects.  There are judges from specialized areas of expertise assigned to judge specific categories.  EDCO is Canada’s largest provincial economic development association that offers this program as well as professional development opportunities throughout the year.  Membership is close to 600 that come from the private and public sector.

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EDCO is Canada’s largest provincial economic development association that offers this program as well as professional development opportunities throughout the year. Membership is close to 600 that come from the private and public sector.