The Coshocton County Beacon July 11, 2018 - Page 7

THE BEACON 7 JULY 11, 2018 Cornelius loves living and working in Coshocton “I never really left Coshocton. I love the close-knit feeling of small towns and even though people like to talk about the bad in Coshocton, there is so much good, too. ” -Amber Cornelius After she graduated from RVHS, she attended COTC and worked as a hair stylist for six years. She always was interested in business. She worked as an account executive for the Coshocton Tribune/Gannett news for three years. “I learned so much there and realized I had a real passion for marketing and sales.” Cornelius is currently the marketing and ecommerce manager at Novelty Advertising Company. Cornelius said she learned a lot about digital marketing and enjoys it. “I want to passionately represent every business that hires us – to highlight their good points. It’s so exciting to me to watch businesses grow – to know we’ve helped with that.” 18 month CD 1.95% APY “Novelty has been around since 1895, but there are still so many local people that don’t know what we do. I want to help change that and bring more local business awareness to the area. In January, we launched an ecommerce site and I’m working to build that website and get more direct sales. I also use social media to showcase what we do. If we do shirts or bags for someone, I post a picture so people can see what services we off er. My goal right now is to drive more traffi c to our website and let people know they can go online and order what they need.” Cornelius and her husband got married last year and have three “fur-babies” in their home. Th ey enjoy riding their Razor, kayaking and most outdoor activities. She also enjoys singing and is a member of the Coshocton County Career Center Advisory Board. Editor’s note: Th e Beacon is working with the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce to highlight young professionals in the community. COSHOCTON- Amber Cornelius of Fresno is the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce’s next featured young professional. Cornelius grew up in Coshocton and is a 2008 River View High School graduate. She attended the Coshocton County Career Center in the cosmetology program. “I always knew Cornelius that hair styling wouldn’t be my career, even though I really enjoyed doing hair and met some amazing people. I still do it on the side, once in a while.” “I never really left Coshocton. I love the close-knit feeling of small towns and even though people like to talk about the bad in Coshocton, there is so much good, too. I’m a country girl – I’ve never wanted to live in a city,” said Cornelius. Her husband, Brandon, also grew up in the county and is a Ridgewood graduate. Another reason she loves Coshocton is the way so many people pulled together when her father became ill with cancer. “We had thrown a benefi t for him and it was truly touching to see how many people in our community were willing to help – whether it was donating something for the auction, coming to the benefi t or just reaching out to let us know they were praying for him. It made me see just how blessed I am to live in such a compassionate community.” She lost her father last year. Happy Hill Farm Seasonal Homegrown Produce John Jr. & Ruth Miller 29575 T.R. 469 Fresno, OH 43824 1 mile west of Pearl Valley Cheese Phone: 740-545-7536 x1 Juanita Potts Family Home 740-294-3072 26 month CD 2.75% APY 54 month CD WATCH YOUR MONEY GROW! with our CD Specials 3.05% APY 413 Main St., Coshocton 740-622-0444 590 Walnut St., Coshocton 740-622-9417 503 W. Main St., West Lafayette 740-545-0227 1387 Coshocton Ave., Mt. Vernon 740-393-0058 Minimum Balance to open and obtain the APY is $500.00. Federal Regulations On Certifi cates of Deposit Require Substantial Penalty for Early Withdrawal. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of June 18, 2018. Fees could reduce earnings on the account. Please ask a customer service representative for further information about applicable fees and terms. A copy of The Home Loan Savings Bank’s account Rules and Regulations is available upon request. Rate subject to change. Opportunity for Couples Does your Mom or Dad need more assistance than the other is able to provide? Are you trying to take care of them, but find the commitment more than you expected? Are nursing home fees too high for them to stay together? Contact us and ask about our special pricing for couples. You may find they can both receive superior care for what you would expect to pay for only one. By Jen Jones