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 “Oswego County is blessed with abundant natural resources, a rich history, and wonderful community events. Advertising on OswegoCountyToday.com allows us to reach a broader audience and share information through our blogs and links to our tourism Web site at www.visitoswegocounty.com.”

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Janet
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“Now that I can reflect on the hundreds (literally) of people who came to our St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence Open House the previous weekend, I want to say thanks for going a little beyond as far as promoting our event on Oswego County Today.
I know that the visibility we had there contributed to the great turnout.
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