March 23, 2021 - 12:52pm -- staubach.9@osu.edu

In a year of unprecedented experiences 4-H youth continue to thrive and find ways to succeed.

Prior to the slowdown caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, Beth Mason had been meeting with Hamitlon County 4-H on her vision to help market and promote 4-H during the Hamilton County Community Fair. Her hard work translated into a social media campaign, promotions plan and innovative programming ideas.

Unfortunately, the cancelation of the in-person programs left her hanging. She didn't get to execute her program in the way she had planned. But, like the resilient leader she is, Beth marched forward and prefected her plans in anticiption of the Integrated Marekting Campaign Competition.

Integrated Marketing Campaign Event includes a campaign that is related to any sports and entertainment event and/or company event. Examples include concerts, festivals, fairs, tournaments, pet adoption day, charity events, etc.

Congratulatios to Beth for placing 2nd in this compeitition. It always make us proud to see our 4-H members succeed in any event!

To check out her presention visit: https://youtu.be/89rzMMElvhc